Michael Mayne's wonderful books have touched readers more deeply than those of almost any other modern spiritual writer. With insight and wry humour he shows us how to see the things of God in art and in science, in poetry and in architecture, as well as in the scriptures and in liturgy. He makes the Christian understanding of life intelligible and attractive for people inside and far outside the churches. He teaches us to notice, to wonder, to be astonished. We learn to trust, and to love. This previously unpublished collection of sermons and addresses has been edited and brought together into a cohesive narrative by the leading scholar of Mayne's work, Joel Huffstetler.