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Matthew 13 How receptive are you to the word of the kingdom that Jesus spread in the world in his parable about the Sower and the Seed? And what was the “word of the kingdom” that Jesus was sowing? The … Continue reading
“A house divided cannot stand…” …not a house with family members divided, not a church with members divided, not a nation with citizens divided, nor a person with a divided and conflicted mind. This blog is in response to … Continue reading
Have you had any bright ideas lately? Maybe you’re too busy to have one. By bright idea, I mean something new, innovative, unique, outside the box, revolutionary… something that no one else has discovered. And I have … Continue reading
Luke 10:38-42 I tend to feel guilty when I’m not being productive. What’s that all about? I think this is the “way of the world” — the gotta-be-busy mindset. Unfortunately, busyness is a high price to pay when … Continue reading
Happiness is finding your center. Personally, I think that’s where God dwells. In my post on the 5 steps of centering prayer, I spelled out how to get started. I don’t stop using any other forms of prayer by … Continue reading
I believe in prayer. I practice various forms of it every day, several times a day—from intercessory prayer to glad-hearted prayer to centering prayer. Prayer is spiritual fuel that gives me power to follow the path that opens … Continue reading
Practicing centering prayer will change your life. Don’t let the word “prayer” throw you. There’s a tendency to compartmentalize the notion of prayer from some forms of institutional religion but practicing it has shown it to be a journey … Continue reading
One of the benefits of centering prayer is that is helps reduce the influence of the fear-driven EGO. Peace comes when fear is removed. Fear is cast out by perfect love. This is both an internal and an external … Continue reading