- Author: Bob Sorge
- Publisher: Oasis House
- Publish Date: 2001
- Page Count: 217
Secrets of the Secret Place is not a devotional book, but it helps to read it like a devotional. I do not believe Bob Sorge intended it to be a devotional, but the reflection it inspires, and concepts it presents are so profound that a reader cannot consume more than one chapter at a time.
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The book is divided into 52 chapters, each just a few pages long. Each chapter addresses some specific aspect of what I have often referred to as a 'quiet time.' To build each chapter, Sorge draws on the biblical idea of the 'secret place' - that place where Jesus tells us the Father is. Sorge takes time in the secret place to levels I have never before considered, or experienced. Secrets of the Secret Place is a book that can help the follower after Christ build tremendous intimacy with God, and is therefore, a book you will want to keep accessible, so you can work through it again and again.
'To be joined to Christ is to chase Him with abandoned intensity - pursue Him with the intent of laying hold of Him. This holy chase to which we've been invited is the magnificent obsession of the secret place.'