French Christian monk
Brother Lawrence (c. 1614 - 1691) was a lay brother in a Carmelite monastery. Today he is most commonly remembered for the closeness of his relationship to God as recorded in the classic Christian text, The Practice of the Presence of God.
|This article about a religious leader is a stub. You can help Wikiquote by expanding it.|
- The greater perfection a soul aspires after, the more dependent it is upon Divine Grace.
- From the "Fourth Conversation" in The Practice of the Presence of God at Gutenberg.org.
- Encyclopedic article on Brother Lawrence on Wikipedia
- Works related to Author:Lawrence of the Resurrection on Wikisource