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Tag Archives: God

A Windfall of Delight

We know that our inevitable passing away is not the end of our ripened and transformed life. Continue Reading A Windfall of Delight

The Sower’s Generosity

The focus of the parable of the Sower is not on us and our shortfalls but on the generosity of our maker. Continue Reading The Sower’s Generosity

Love and Suffering

Love and suffering are the primary spiritual teachers more than any Bible, church, sacrament, or minister. Continue Reading Love and Suffering

Sacred Bodies

I believe that the spiritual realm is so enmeshed with the physical that it is imperceptible. Continue Reading Sacred Bodies

Knowing and Loving Our Bodies

God knows what it’s like to live in flesh. Continue Reading Knowing and Loving Our Bodies

Contemplation Reveals Our Wounds

Contemplation breaks us open to ourselves. Continue Reading Contemplation Reveals Our Wounds

Listening to the Voice of God

The voice of God will sound like the voice of risk, of trust, of surrender, of soul, of love, of your deepest self. Continue Reading Listening to the Voice of God

God Is the Beloved

When we go into the Presence, we find someone not against us, but someone who is definitely for us! Continue Reading God Is the Beloved

In Communion with All

What would it be like to be raised on gratitude, to raise a pledge of interdependence? Continue Reading In Communion with All

Reality as Communion

Unless Christ is experienced as a living relationship between people, the gospel remains largely an abstraction. Continue Reading Reality as Communion

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