Take me often from the tumult of things into Thy presence. There show me what I am, and what Thou hast purposed me to be. Then hide me from Thy tears.Hebridean Altars Over the past couple of days I have allowed myself time to allow this brief prayer to soak into my life. To fully appreciate it . . .
I write this to give whoever reads hope because we all feel like a Duck in Water at times. If you do not know what I mean by that, please let me explain……. What I mean by that is all of us at times feel in over our heads. Above the water we look calm like a duck and others don’t even notice . . .
by Pastor Chris Gribble This is the dilemma that I face. I know how to be selfish. This seems to be automatic. I know how to see what’s wrong with others. This is obvious. I know words that can make someone feel bad about themselves. These words seem to roll easily off my tongue.But, how to be . . .
After listening to this podcast spend some time writing your thoughts around how you can be part of God’s Way of Shalom, and feel free to share some in a comment below. . . .
I find this video extremely thought provoking for myself especially given our circumstance. In our world we to often get stuck in a MINDSET OF DISTRUST AND SCARCITY. Often using our power or privilege to ensure WE have more than enough. This video points at something truly revolutionary and . . .
John 8:12-30 Timing can be everything when it comes to truth. But, I don’t think that there ever would be a right time for the religious leaders to hear this next truth that was spoken by Jesus. His words were a direct confrontation to the lie. But, from what I know of Jesus he was never going to . . .
And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.Philippians 4:8 “In difficult times carry something beautiful in your heart.” Blaise . . .
In this current season I have been doing a lot of thinking around Leadership and have attended countless leadership webinars, podcast, and Zoom sessions. These things have always helped led to positive reflection during times of contemplation afterwards. I say this because I am positive these things . . .
Richard Rohr's Daily MeditationFrom the Center for Action and Contemplation Julian of Norwich A Perennial WisdomMonday, May 11, 2020 Although Julian of Norwich is an anonymous woman who lived over 600 years ago, seekers and scholars return . . .