Our oldest Christian traditions invite us to listen as well as speak when we pray, yet often God’s voice seems barely audible. A bestseller since its original release a quarter century ago, Echoes of Eternity Volume II is an authentic record of one man’s quiet listening to God and recording of what he heard. These brief meditations were gathered from his faithful daily devotional practice. They have the power to fuel your own quiet moments alone with the Almighty.
This is a Logos Reader Edition. Learn more.
Hal M. Helms graduated from Furman University and earned an M. Div. from Hartford Seminary. He served five congregations and then in 1974 became chaplain at the Community of Jesus, an ecumenical Christian Community on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Rev. Helms “mildly modernized” a number of classics, including The Pilgrim's Progress, The Imitation of Christ, and The Confessions of St. Augustine and wrote several devotional books. He died in 1997.