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Abandonment To Divine Providence

Auhtor: Father De Caussade

Language: english

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Review by Stephen M. Charme, March 2007


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Excerpts from the Book 'Abandonment To Divine Providence':

... oh my God, to teach me the great secret of understanding how to keep myself in interior peace and silence, to allow of Your effecting in my soul ...
... you tell me, which makes you walk like a crab. God will prevent great laxness and will allow small relaxations to keep you humble. St. Francis ...
... desiring anything more until He judges fit to give it to you. In this way you will avoid interior agitation by which the devil succeeds too well ...
... attraction, and an especial inspiration threw herself into the midst of the flames without waiting for the executioners. It is this courage, ...
... effect in you, and do not attach yourself to any of the interior conditions in which He places you, nor regret any of which He deprives you. ...
... in spite of the repugnance experienced in the soul, is an assurance of real and solid progress. Then there remains nothing but bare faith in ...
... of not knowing, or of passing over many interior sins is another temptation of the enemy to deprive you of peace, and to disturb you. I command ...
... What! are not all Religious called to this life and you in particular? Even this weakness so clearly revealed to you by your trial, and your ...
... for keeping us always in a state of abjection and self-contempt. Without this bitter remedy we should succumb to the enticements of self-love. ...
... You, know as well as I do, my dear Sister, that in order to raise souls to a state of perfection God is wont to make them bear all kinds of crosses ...
... the least appearance of having any. The life of faith is a continual struggle against the senses. Abandonment TO Divine Providence LETTER ...
... of your weakness and powerlessness. F'enelon says that this is a grace to make us despair of ourselves in order that we may hope only in God. It ...
... soul. There is a time when the soul lives in God, and a time when God lives in the soul. What is appropriate to one state is inconsistent ...
... of the righteous under the old law even that of St. Joseph, and of Mary herself. God continues to speak to-day as He spoke in former ...
... in a good sense, is full of courage and confidence. To live by faith is to live by joy, confidence, and certainty about all that has to be done ...
... His love. The divine love in these souls is like a supernatural instinct. In nature, each thing contains that which is suitable to its kind. Each ...
... God only, and to unite our will to His, is, in the best sense of the word, that goodwill to which peace has been promised. How can created ...
... are so many sources of spiritual ruin. The same can be said, proportionately, of those inclinations which incite us to commit venial sin, or voluntary ...
... a chaste fear which you must never lay aside as for anxious doubts born of self-love, they must be despised and driven away. With regard to the ...
... fulfillment of the holy will of God in all things, renouncing your own will however holy and reasonable it may appear to you. There is, truly, ...