This book offers a powerful strategy for regaining, strengthening, and sustaining a devotional life. It presents a twenty-two day program based on Psalm 119 for finding or recovering your spiritual center. Along the way, you will gain a deep appreciation for this scripture and its power to sustain faith.
Following the structure of Psalm 119 (which uses the 22 characters of the Hebrew alphabet), Discovering Your Spiritual Center offers a twenty-two day strategy for change. The author writes: ". . . life asks impossibly difficult things of us at times, and too often we can lose our way." He guides readers through a study of the Psalm in its purest form, using the Hebrew language as the foundation of understanding.
With the eloquent imagery of David Teems, you will embark on a journey toward refreshed faith and deepened understanding. David writes, "We never quite get used to the darkness of our voyage, but the stars are dependable and true, and we find the confidence to move forward. . . . In discovering God, we discover ourselves. . . . Life is never the same again."
With full chapters devoted to readers who struggle with time constraints and the hassle of the everyday, Discovering Your Spiritual Center offers a Quick Start to rediscovery. This book shows us how to let go, trust and submit to Godís Word, and abandon that which pulls us away from him.
About the Author
David Teems is the author of To Love is Christ (Thomas Nelson, 2005), And Thereby Hangs A Tale (Harvest House, 2010), and Majestie: The King Behind the King James Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2010). He earned his bachelor's degree in psychology from Georgia State University. A talented musician and songwriter, David has recorded eight albums, including three voiceover recordings: Hope, More Hope, and Speak To Me 9 (scripture and music). David, his wife Benita, and their family live in Franklin, Tennessee.
Praise for David Teemsí writing:
"Each page . . . by David Teems is charged with originality, beauty and the richness of our common language, as well as necessary and timely spiritual content."
-Review of To Love Is Christ