Frank Laubach’s Prayer Diary has 6 ratings and 2 reviews. Josh Morgan said: As the title states, this is Frank Laubach’s journal for 6 months of prayers. Frank Laubach on February 3, Topics: Prayer Devotional Classics Letters by a Modern Mystic is a collection of letters Laubach wrote while living on the. Frank Charles Laubach (September 2, – June 11, ), from Benton, PA was a Laubach’s insight came from his experiments in prayer detailed in a.

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Now I am trying to let God control my hands as I pound the typewriter keys. How infinitely richer this direct first hand grasping of God Himself lahbach, than the old method which I used and recommended for years, the endless reading of devotional books.

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Be the first to ask a question about Frank Laubach’s Prayer Diary. More than that, he has brought thousands of people to a richer experience of God. Edward McKendree Bounds Author. Madeleine marked it as to-read Mar 20, In a U.

Laubach, Frank Charles (1884-1970)

Kat marked it as to-read Feb 24, He was author of a number of devotional writings and works on literacy. Concentration is merely the continuous return to the same problem from a million angles Christ Liveth in Me and Game with Minutes.


There has been a succession of marvelous experiences of the friendship of God. If the way out is not more perfect slavery to God, then what is the way out? His work touched countries, involved languages, and taught mission people to read. I compel my mind to open out toward God.

Again, “disgusted with the pettiness and futility of my unled self,” he experimented with “feeling God in each movement by an act of will — willing that He shall direct these fingers that now strike this typewriter — willing that He shall pour through my steps as I walk. Laubach had a deep interest in the Philippines.

He wrote a biography of the Filipino national hero, Jose Rizal: Windows open outward as well as upward. Open your soul and entertain the glory of God and after a while that glory will be reflected in the world about you and in the very clouds above your head. Laubach, Frank and Karen A.

It is a prayee act. Books by Frank C. An account of Laubach’s linguistic methods. It is possible for all people under all conditions to establish this habit if they make constant effort and experiment within their peculiar circumstances to discover how it can be done.

Bob Hor llaubach it as to-read Aug 31, WhitePeopleNew Life. It flowed without pausing and without ever a failing syllable for a half hour.


Frank Laubach

But the quotation given contains the psychological principles back of Laubach’s method for achieving active union with God, constantly abiding in the abundant life. We do not think of one thing. Can a mother wash dishes, care for lsubach babies, continuously talking to God? This is a suggestion that the New Testament authors, who even urged prayer for Roman emperors who persecuted the Church, would readily endorse, I’m sure.

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Any hour for any body can be rich with God. After founding churches on the island of Mindanao, he established and became dean of Union College in Manila. We need to know, for example, Can a laboring man successfully attain this continuous surrender to God? If you are weary of some sleepy form of devotion, probably God is as weary of it as you are. MindFlowFranl. Man and Martyr, published in Manila in It means two burning passions: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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