Four chairs are arranged in a small circle, three of which are occupied by God in the Persons of the Father, Son, and Spirit. The fourth chair is reserved specifically for you. What happens next can be a game-changer for any person.
In The Fourth Chair, Anne Barbour explores this compelling metaphor of being seated in the presence and fullness of God. In this place of complete acceptance and exposure, not only will we see the beauty and diversity of God in three Persons, we discover our unique connections to each of Them, and the highly personal invitation extended for us to come home. With deep conviction and purposefulness, Anne drives each of us to unlock more of the mystery of what it means to live the rest of our days from the fourth chair, experiencing the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit.