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This book puts the spiritual life into words in a profound way.
If you have any questions or doubts about who God is, or if you want to know more about how God wants people to react to hurting, you MUST read this book.
To come to know the meaning of our lives, our creation, we must enter into the love of God directly through compassion.
An amazing book. Helped me rethink what I thought compassion was. I've become a huge fan of Henri Nouwen. He was recommended to me by my priest. I'm very thankful he did.Published 11 days ago by David Mojica Jr
This book makes one think really hard. We are using it as a Bible Study guide in our women's group. I love the way it organized - each chapter moves more deeply into Compassion - a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by jenniewynne
Great and inspiring book in line with the message of Pope Francis.Published 2 months ago by Romeo D. Jazmin
My wife heard about this book while on a religious retreat. She has yet to finish but finds it very inciteful.Published 3 months ago by John P. Breidster
A good Christian perspective on compassion with interesting stories that help to clarify the importance of compassion in our world today. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christine Y. Mason
This well designed book tells of compassion in action, compassion experienced and opens the Christ follower's eyes to life's unending call to live a compassion filled life.Published 4 months ago by helen w. appelberg
This is a painfully boring slog to get through. Personally I can't concentrate on what it's trying to say because the word compassion is written at a minimum of about 10 times per... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kathleen A Nahman
One of the best books I've ever read. Not everybody will think so, but it was a word in due season for me. Very convicting.Published 6 months ago by SneimerB
I was disappointed in that the book turned out to be primarily about the advantages of being a Christian in community and not really about compassion at all except in the most... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Craig Bergland