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Books on Deep Prayer

Diary of Private Prayer by John Baillie (Fireside, 1996)
Prayers for the Christian Year by William Barclay
(SCM Press, 1964)
Reaching Out Without Dumbing Down: A Theology
of Worship
by Marva Dawn (Eerdmans, 1995)
Prayer by Richard Foster (Harper/SanFrancisco, 1992)
Pastoral Care by Gregory the Great, Walter Burghardt, ed. (Paulist, 1994)
From Glory to Glory by Gregory of Nyssa
(St. Vladimirs, 1979)
Dark Night of the Soul by John of the Cross
(Image Books, Doubleday, 1959)
Prayers of the Reformers by Clyde Manschreck (Augsburg/Fortress, 1958)
Contemplative Prayer by Thomas Merton
(Image Books, Doubleday, 1971)
The Way of the Heart by Henri Nouwen (Harper/SanFrancisco, 1991)
The Contemplative Pastor by Eugene Peterson
(Eerdmans, 1993)
Worship, Community, and the Triune God of Grace by James Torrance (InterVarsity, 1997)
Worship by Evelyn Underhill (Shaw, 1992)

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