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Habitation of Dragons (Cassette Tape)

In each of the forty-two short chapters Miller looks at a different personal "dragon" he has encountered in his life such as loneliness, insecurity, prejudice, or emotional dishonesty. He illustrates each "dragon encounter" with a brief incident from his own personal experience or a difficult encounter with members of his family.

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In each of the forty-two short chapters Miller looks at a different personal “dragon” he has encountered in his life such as loneliness, insecurity, prejudice, or emotional dishonesty. He illustrates each “dragon encounter” with a brief incident from his own personal experience or a difficult encounter with members of his family. Then Keith cites an experience or two (with the same issue) from classic theological or psychological works – of many wise articulate writers.

After these, Keith shares his own prayer about the incident, and finally a brief scripture dealing with the original issue – all designed to help you, the reader, see different ways people have faced and dealt with their own dragons to help you, face and come to God with the private dragons of your own life, one day at a time.

This book has been used for private meditations during all seasons in the year. Most often the book is used during the forty days prior to Easter, as part of a Lenten discipline. It has been used in adult formation groups, as an opening meditation in seminary classes, by couples, and individuals as a beginning point for establishing a daily prayer discipline.

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