Consoling Thoughts on God and Providence

Consoling Thoughts on God and Providence

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Pages: 158
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Experience the profound and timeless spiritual treasures found in Consoling Thoughts on God and Providence by St. Francis de Sales. This classic Christian text eschews complexity, presenting foundational spiritual teachings in a straightforward style that is both elegant and clear. With particular focus on how God's mercy extends to even the most fallen among us, readers learn timeless lessons of surrendering to His will.

St. Francis de Sales is beloved as one of the greatest Doctors of the Church, renowned for his gentleness and kindness. As Bishop of Geneva his preaching was tireless, but he nonetheless found time to write personal letters to those same souls he was ministering to. Through this book we can gain insight into why St. Francis has earned such history-transcending acclaim; his profound love for God shines through each page.

Consoling Thoughts on God and Providence provides assurance that God desires only the best for us, reminding readers of His merciful and compassionate nature. This text proves time and time again how great is His joy when just one lost soul turns around in repentance – no matter how sinful an individual may be perceived or believe themselves to be, they are still eligible for absolute repentance when turning towards Him with a sincere heart.

Order your copy of Consoling Thoughts on God and Providence today to experience firsthand why St Francis de Sales has been revered by millions through the ages!
St. Francis de Sales:
St. Francis de Sales

St. Francis de Sales is a doctor of the Roman Catholic Church, who was active in the struggle against Calvinism and co-founded the order of Visitation Nuns. He is known also for his writings on the topic of spiritual direction and spiritual formation, particularly the Introduction to the Devout Life and the Treatise on the Love of God. In addition to his spiritual works, his writings include controversies against Calvinists, letters, sermons, and documents on diocesan administration.

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Love the short concise chapters.

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