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The Power of Prayer isn’t Lost in the Modern Times


Peter Vu’s “Lord Jesus, I Want to See… (Adult Edition),” is a guide book on how to nurture one’s spiritual life through prayer. Whether you are someone who has devoted your life to improving your spiritual development, or you are just starting to discover your spirituality, Vu’s words of wisdom in his book will ignite your spiritual journey.

People always seem to pay particular attention to their physical health, but oftentimes they pay far too little attention to their spirituality. Going to the gym for a physical exercise inspired the author to come up with a spiritual exercise as well. Hence, the book provides a spiritual calendar in which each day has a corresponding spiritual exercise for readers to perform.

The book essentially illustrates that even when science and technology have put in a lot of effort into advancing way of life, the power of prayer is not yet lost in the 21st century. The guidelines for producing good citizens of society starts with good spiritual training. The author presents these guidelines in a convincing, comforting, and encouraging tone. The unique style of writing makes the impression that the book does not correct the readers but teaches them. The book, in its entirety, is reflective, personal, and intimate.

The last pages of the book are a declaration that the author embraces the modern forms of praying, which do not just recite memorized prayers as in the traditional form. If you are someone who feels like you have lost your way and cannot get back to your spiritual path, or you are someone who wants to pray yet you do not know what to say and where to start, then this book will guide you through.

“Lord Jesus, I Want to See” book copies are available at;;;;
Writer: Peter Vu
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Publication Date: May 14, 2017
ISBN-10: 1457554909
ISBN-13: 978-1457554902
Paperback: $17.95
Kindle: $9.99
About the Author
Peter Vu is a catholic priest who writes religious books. He is born in Saigon City, Vietnam. He is a survivor of the Vietnam war and came as a refugee to the United States. He attended a year of high school in Union High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to learn the English language and study the culture as well. While staying at Christopher House Seminary, he spent two years at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Then, he finished his remaining two years in college at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota and graduated with a double major- Mathematics and Philosophy. He then attended graduate school at the University of St. Mary of the Lake and Mundelein Seminary in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated as top of his class and earned his Master Degree of Divinity and the Sacred Theology Baccalaureate.

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