Habitation of Dragons Author:Keith Miller With disarming honesty and openness, Keith Miller writes about agonizing encounters with "personal dragons"--Loneliness...a sense of insecurity...frustration...anxiety...guilt feelings...fear...resentment...critical attitudes...prejudice...mixed motives...dishonesty in relationships. — But out of these encounters emerges hope--a way..."Some years... more » ago I began to look for books which would describe the kind of "inner" Christian life which would lead one to an "outer" vulnerable involvement with other people...."« less
I read this book as a daily devotional. Each chapter is one day of reading. It was ok. The chapters are only 2 to 3 pages so they are easy to read. I would read the chapter and then read another devotional and then the bible. It sat in my book shelf for 10 years or more. I read it mostly to get it off the shelf and out of the house. Sad reason but there it is. I gave it three stars because I am glad I read it, got some help from it and now am passing it on.
This is an old library book from some church. It is in good readable condition.