Every now and then, we come across a work that corresponds with the deepest motions of our spirit and continues to make a profound and lasting impression upon us. This is one such work.
It is not a clinical treatment of a theological discipline. But rather, it is more like the breathings of a saint that has made contact with his God. If a soul ever had a heartbeat, you can surely feel it in the pages of the book. It is beautiful.
It is a work that is not to be read academically, but devotionally and with many accompanying prayers; not hurriedly, but contemplatively. Do not allow our fast-paced society rob you of the one thing that is needful -namely, the pursuit of God Himself.