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Publisher: TAN Books
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Format: Paperback
Pages: 428
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Heliotropium is a classic piece of literature from the 17th century, offering timeless guidance to all readers on ways to live in harmony with God's will. Discover the path to finding and living out peace, comfort, and happiness through a framework set by this book.

Discover how you can know what God wills for your life, and how you can actively pursue fulfilling his plan. Written with an inspired faith-filled strength, this believer's guide offers clear, practical advice on how to attain the ultimate goal of unity with God's will. From moving stories in the first section to helpful lessons throughout sections two and three, Heliotropium works to build understanding around these topics for all ages.

The 428 pages of Heliotropium provide readers not only timeless principles but also lasting insight into honing our relations with Christ in order to thus learn more about ourselves and our truest purposes in life. By presenting valuable pieces of history across Europe from centuries ago as a visual tool for learning even more about following God’s will faithfully and faithfully applying it in daily life, this text provides a level of clarity not found otherwise on conforming oneself to success by essentially exploring one’s faith further.

This paperback version of Heliotropium makes sharing stories between religiously-minded circles throughout generations easy and convenient since everyone can obtain and use it regardless of their technological capabilities or resources!

Customer Reviews

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Colin Singleton
Opens the Eyes to the Will of God

I'm pleased to see that Tumblar House carries this book! I have a digital addition, but love to hold reals books in my hands.

I've finished Part One, which has 5 chapters. The first part explains what it is that God wills (no spoilers!) and begins to talk about how we ought to be okay with God's Will.

I have yet to finish the book, but once I order one from Tumblar House, I'll be finishing it in no time.

The only downside is that the translation is not in modern English, so it can be a little tricky if you're reading late at night and a little tired.