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Talking With God
"Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is daily admission of one's weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart." - Mahatma Gandhi "For prayer is nothing else than being on terms of friendship with God." - Saint Teresa of Avila "To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing." - Martin... Continue Reading!
Exponential Happiness through a Rainbow
A sky mottled with blue peeking through dark clouds drew my eyes upward as I left the grocery store. Then I noticed faint colors emerging on both sides of my visual horizon above the trees. My uplifted face caught a few raindrops as I walked across the parking lot toward my car oblivious to anything but the sky. I stopped in the cross lines next to the handicapped parking unable or unwilling to... Continue Reading!
Does life ever follow a straight path? Or is the path that we perceive to be crooked actually the straightest path toward fulfillment of our dreams and ideals? Book Review - Crooked Lines This past weekend I found myself glued to my phone reading a Kindle book I downloaded from Amazon for $2.99 because the author was doing a fundraiser for a mission in India. It was a special offer, but the... Continue Reading!
Discussions with God
This week we decided to Celebrate Sunday with a discussion about prayer. Instead of a sermon, we selected some Bible passages and part of a speech on prayer by Rev. Moon. We included testimonies and discussion time within the selected readings. How does prayer impact your life? James 5:13-17 “Is anyone among you in trouble? He should turn to prayer. Is anyone is good heart? He should sing... Continue Reading!
Finding an Unshakeable Faith
Disappointment with God – part 2 I came across an interesting video the other day that asked if the average church goer was stuck in some kind of spiritual adolescence. It made me think. Are we like spiritual adolescents; we aren't quite ready to take on what it means to be a person of faith, and are only “in there” so to speak when we are buoyed up with emotion and excitement? We are... Continue Reading!