The Source of Miracles
7 Steps to Transforming Your Life through the Lord's Prayer
New York Times bestselling author Kathleen McGowan’s transformative new book unlocks the hidden power of the Lord’s Prayer in seven simple steps.
In this brilliant handbook, Kathleen McGowan reveals the true secret to a joyous and fulfilling life: using the Lord’s Prayer to create real and lasting change in the soul. Each chapter in The Source of Miracles is a guide to one of the seven steps in the process, corresponding to a primary teaching of the prayer:
FAITH: Understand that you are part of God’s plan
SURRENDER: Find the ultimate liberation and peace
SERVICE: Create heaven on earth through your own good works
ABUNDANCE: Attract joy and fulfillment through gratitude
FORGIVENESS: Release anger and resentment
OVERCOMING OBSTACLES: Know that you can master temptation
LOVE: Tap into the greatest power of all
Featuring meditations, affirmations, and other activities designed to help readers work through life’s challenges.
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The real secret to creating and sustaining an abundant, joyous, and fulfilled life has been hiding in plain sight -- in the power of the prayer that unites two billion Christians worldwide, the prayer that each one of them knows by heart.
True happiness and success can't just be wished for. The real secret to fulfillment lies in using the Lord's Prayer as part of an ongoing spiritual practice that leads to real and lasting change in the soul -- change that will manifest itself in earthly, tangible ways. Each chapter in The Source of Miracles is a guide to one of seven steps in that process, corresponding to a primary teaching of the prayer: faith, surrender, service, abundance, forgiveness, obstacles, and love.
Questions for Discussion
1. How do you make use of the Lord’s Prayer in your daily life? When did you first learn the words to the Lord’s Prayer and who taught you? Why does Kathleen McGowan argue that you do not need to be a practicing Christian to benefit from reciting the Lo see more