Directions for Daily Communion with God by Matthew Henry
Matthew Henry encourages and exhorts readers in their daily communion with God. The book is organized into three sections: How to begin the day, How to spend the day and How to end the day with God. Also included is the spiritual basis to make "Friendly Visits" to people. Time tested Matthew Henry is direct and deep and he makes point after point about what is true about God and how we should commune with God because of who He is. The text was relatively updated by the Religious Tract Society.
Paperback 6X9, 150 pages. ISBN 9781941281383
Matthew Henry (1662-1714) was born at Broad Oak, Flintshire, Wales. His father Philip Henry was a nonconformist minister who was ejected by the Act of Uniformity in 1662, and took up residence at his wife's property in Broad Oak. Matthew was educated at home by his father, the academy of Thomas Doolittle two years, and at Gray's Inn for law studies. He was ordained in 1687 and began as pastor of a Presbyterian church in Chester and stayed for for 25 years. He married Katherine Hardware in 1687 (died in childbirth), then Mary Warurton in 1690. He moved to Hackney London in 1712 for two more years when he died of apoplexy. He is known for his popular commentary of the Bible.