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Habitation of Dragons (Book)

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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This title might make you think these are some kind of gothic devotionals, but no. There is a reason Keith chose these words. Right in the middle of the biblical drama, in the thirty-fifth chapter of Isaiah, is a magnificent poem attributed to the poet-prophet Isaiah—a man of God whose words were quoted over four hundred times by writers of the New Testament. Here are a few lines from this poem:

“And the parched ground shall become a pool, and the thirsty land springs of water: in the habitation of dragons, where each lay, shall be grass with reeds and rushes.  And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called The way of holiness…”

Isaiah 35: 7-8, KJV

These meditations are for people who would like to spend a few minutes every day thinking and praying about the problems of the Christian Way. When you hear Keith read them, you will experience vulnerable, honest descriptions of some of the struggles Keith has experienced. He found that… “paradoxically,…the more of my own self-centeredness, sin, and denial I see and confess to God, the more free I fee to relate to other people who have problems.”

Habitation of Dragons has been used for private meditations during all seasons in the year. 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, as well as individuals interested in a beginning point for establishing a daily prayer discipline.

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