Experiencing the Depth of Jesus Christ: The Autobiography Setting & Symbolism

Jeanne Marie Bouvier de la Motte Guyon
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Inwardly

The direction a person should turn in order to fully connect with the Lord, especially during prayer time in order to create a full sense of Him.

The Lord's Presence

A place sought by Christians. Guyon offers ways to place oneself in that position more readily, though she says it's a human tendency to turn away from this place.

Mt. Calvary

Where Jesus was crucified. Guyon cautions that a Christian must be willing to be on Mt. Calvary as well as on Mt. Tabor.

Mt. Tabor

Where Jesus was "transfigured." Guyon warns that a Christian must be willing to remain faithful, even when times are bad.

The Law of Central Tendency

A principle introduced by Guyon that says anyone who moves inwardly will be drawn farther in by God.

Divine Union

A completion of the Christian faith, prayer, and walk in which the self gives way to...

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