'It is in great simplicity that great beauty is revealed, and only then may we discover where God truly hides.'In this moving exploration of the path to understanding God's presence, Liam Lawton considers how we bring spiritual awakening and consolation into our lives, in every circumstance.Taking inspiration from the gentle, age-old wisdom of the Book of Ecclesiastes - 'There is a time for everything, and a season for everything under the sun' - he begins his journey of reflection and contemplation.Over its course, Liam shares remarkable stories of God's revelation in ordinary human life and of the people and events that have touched him during his years of ministry, along with fascinating perspectives on his own spiritual awakening.'These pages reveal a God who does not intrude upon human living but rather is available to enter into the very depth of it and become present to those who wish for eyes to see and ears to hear . Here are stories of pain and beauty, challenge and consolation, but, above all, inspiration'
|Publication date:||3rd September 2012|
|Publisher:||Hachette Books Ireland|
|Categories:||Christian life & practice,|
Liam Lawton is an award-winning, critically acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter, author and Roman Catholic priest, who was ordained in 1984. The poetic lyrics on his numerous platinum-selling albums are inspired by many sources, including the ancient texts of Celtic Ireland, from which he also draws inspiration for his haunting melodies. His music has been used in many an auspicious occasion, from the memorial services of 9/11 to concerts in such places as the Vatican, the White House and The Chicago Symphony Hall. Liam's choral music is used in choirs all over the English-speaking world and has been translated into Spanish, German and Swedish....More About Liam Lawton