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February 11, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

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Let Go
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Let GoLet Go is a collection of some of the best of Fenelon’s spiritual letters, translated into contemporary English. Reading this work enables you to sit at the feet of a truly great saint. This work should be read in a devotional mood if it is to fulfill its purpose of revealing to the reader the spiritual wisdom, insights, and convictions of a true man of God.

We are currently featuring Fenelon’s classic devotional work, Let Go, in quality paperback form at 55% the regular price of $5.99. So you can obtain a copy of this enduring work for only $2.49.
68 pp. Paper. $5.99 On Sale! $2.49



Audio CD: Let Go and The Royal Way of the Cross

Fenelon Let GoDon’t have time to read Let Go? Now, you can listen to it while you’re driving or doing other tasks. This audio version combines both Let Go and a similar work of Fenelon, the Royal Way of the Cross. We have combined condensed versions of these two works together (eliminating letters with similar messages) for this audio recording.
65 min. audio CD $4.95



Let Go: Book and CD Combination


Let Go Royal Way of CrossIf you’re thinking of purchasing the paperback version of Let Go, for only $2.50 more, you can have the audio version as well. You will receive the quality paperback edition, plus the audio book on CD.
Book + audio disc for only $4.95



MP3 Download: Let Go and the Royal Way of the Cross

Fenelon Let GoDon’t want to have to wait to listen to our audio book of Let Go and the Royal Way of the Cross? Save time, money, and shipping costs by ordering the MP3 download instead of the CD. With a click of a button, you can download the 65-minute audio book to your computer.
65 min. audio MP3 download. $4.45



Excerpts from Let Go:

“We are never less alone than when we are in the company of a single faithful friend. We are never less deserted than when we are carried in the arms of the All-Powerful. Nothing is more comforting than the instant succor of God. What He sends by means of His creatures receives no virtue from that foul and barren channel. Rather, it owes everything to the Source. And so, when the fountain breaks forth within the heart itself, we have no need of the creature. “God, who at sundry times and in divers manners, spoke in times past unto the fathers by the prophets, has, in these last days, spoken to us by His Son” (Heb. 1:1,2). Shall we then feel any regret that the feeble voice of the prophets has ceased? O how pure and powerful is the immediate voice of God in the soul! It is certain whenever Providence cuts off all the channels.”

“It is by the circumcision of the heart that we are made children and inheritors of the faith of Abraham. And this circumcision is necessary in order that we may, like him, leave our native country without knowing where we go. Blessed lot! To leave all and deliver ourselves up to the jealous care of God, Who is the knife of circumcision! Our own hand can accomplish nothing but superficial reforms. That is because we do not truly know ourselves. We cannot tell where to strike. We would never find the spot that the hand of God so readily finds. Furthermore, self-love holds back our hand and spares itself. It does not have the courage to wound itself deeply. And besides, the choice of the spot and the preparation for the blow deaden its force.

But the hand of God strikes in unexpected places, it finds the very joint of the armor and leaves nothing unscathed. Self-love then becomes the patient. Let it cry out. Yet, see to it that it does not stir under the hand of God, lest it interfere with the success of the operation. It must remain motionless beneath the knife. All that is required is fidelity in not refusing a single stroke.”

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