In one way or another, we are all touched by God. How can it not be so, since he loves us, since he is love itself? Sadly, some of us may never feel his touch: children born unloved and growing up without love. Sadly too, many of us shuffle or stride through life scarcely aware of that touch. Yet He is touching us all the time, through the happenings in our lives, both tragic and wonderful, through the times when we open ourselves to God in prayer, or reflect on the life of Jesus Christ.
This is a book of random reflections on the touch of God. Anthea Dove invites us to share in her experience of God through a series of thoughts, stories and poems.
There are over one hundred pieces in this collection.
‘Touched by God is passionate, striking, and immanent. Dove’s earlier works contain all of these elements in streaks of light. This is radiant. Thank you‘ — Helen Percy (author)
About the Author
Anthea Dove lives with her husband near the sea in North Yorkshire. A former teacher, she has written many Christian books, leads retreats and quiet days, and has a strong commitment to working for social justice and ecumenism.