"Something is missing," writes R. C. Sproul. æWhat is missing is a depth of spiritual communion with God. Worship is unsatisfying to multitudes, and the Christian life is often marked more by a sense of the absence of God than a vital sense of his presence." Sproul continues: "This book is about a quest. It is about the most important quest of our lives. It is the soul’s quest for God. The quest is for the wellspring of life, for the taste of the sweetness of honey in our mouths, and for the divine light that alone can illumine our darkest chambers." The Soul’s Quest for God offers readers a way forward by - Examining the biblical pattern for spiritual growth. - Looking at biblical models of spiritual maturity. - Exploring the soul’s nature, its value, and how it’s nurtured. - Considering barriers to the soul’s quest. - Explaining the soul’s ultimate destination.