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Tag Archives: Holy Spirit

The Liminal Paradox

Liminal Space The Liminal Paradox Wednesday, April 29, 2020 Sheryl Fullerton, an editor and author with whom I have worked for many years, received a cancer diagnosis two years ago which required a difficult surgery. Like many individuals who are on earnest spiritual journeys, she allowed the painful and challenging experience to transform and guide… Continue Reading The Liminal Paradox

Naturally Indwelling

Action and Contemplation: Part One Naturally Indwelling Friday, January 10, 2020 Those who have gone to their own depths through contemplation uncover an indwelling Presence. Austrian philosopher Martin Buber (1878–1965) called this intimacy an “I-thou” relationship. It is a deep and loving “yes” to God and to life that is inherent within each of us.… Continue Reading Naturally Indwelling

Inspiriting the World

Incarnation Inspiriting the World Thursday, December 26, 2019 What I am calling an incarnational worldview is the profound recognition of the presence of the divine in literally “every thing” and “every one.” It is the key to mental and spiritual health as well as to a kind of basic contentment and happiness. An incarnational worldview… Continue Reading Inspiriting the World

The Field of Love

Science: Old and New The Field of Love Thursday, November 7, 2019 The physical phenomenon of quantum entanglement is a wonderful illustration of the interconnected nature of reality, both spiritual and material. Allow me to try to explain in layperson’s terms: In quantum physics, it appears that one particle of any entangled pair “knows” what… Continue Reading The Field of Love

Breakthroughs

Church: Old and New Breakthroughs Thursday, October 31, 2019 Whether or not they are acknowledged publicly, those on the margins and their allies recognize acts of injustice. Sebastian Moore presents the crucifixion of Jesus as an unjust political act that claimed a human life. Every time it happens, no matter when or where, no matter… Continue Reading Breakthroughs

Compassion, Not Sacrifice

Prophets: Part Two Compassion, Not Sacrifice Wednesday, July 10, 2019 In his book The Great Spiritual Migration, Brian McLaren writes about the possible meaning behind Jesus’ cleansing of the temple (see John 2:13-17): Perhaps it is not merely the cost of sacrifice that Jesus protests. Perhaps it is the whole belief system associated with sacrifice,… Continue Reading Compassion, Not Sacrifice

Indwelling Spirit: Weekly Summary

Indwelling Spirit Summary: Sunday, May 19—Friday, May 24, 2019 When the Spirit is alive in people, they wake up from their mechanical thinking and enter the realm of co-creative power. (Sunday) I believe all of history has been the age of the Spirit. Creation just keeps unfolding. (Monday) The Holy Spirit shows up as the… Continue Reading Indwelling Spirit: Weekly Summary

Living in the Spirit

Indwelling Spirit Living in the Spirit Friday, May 24, 2019 In very real ways, soul, consciousness, love, and the Holy Spirit are one and the same. Each of these point to something that is larger than the individual, shared with God, ubiquitous, and even eternal—and then revealed through us! Holiness does not mean people are… Continue Reading Living in the Spirit

God Outpouring

Indwelling Spirit God Outpouring Thursday, May 23, 2019 Protestant theologian Jürgen Moltmann grew up in a secular home in Hamburg, Germany, and was drafted into the German army at age eighteen to fight in World War II. As a prisoner of war, he began reading the Bible and encountered God in the midst of suffering.… Continue Reading God Outpouring

A Constant Grace

Indwelling Spirit A Constant Grace Wednesday, May 22, 2019 The work of the Holy Spirit in our lives is to reveal to us the truth of our being so that the way of our being can match it. —Wm. Paul Young [1] The love in you—which is the Spirit in you—always somehow says yes. (See… Continue Reading A Constant Grace

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