Tag Archives: Christian Mystics

A Greater Outpouring Or A Greater Awareness?

Ever been to a praise and worship service where you see people crying out for more of the Holy Spirit?  I mean people falling prostrate or stretching their arms out as if they were expecting something to fall from the … Continue reading

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A Matter of Trust

“All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.” ― Julian of Norwich, Christian Mystic (1341-1415) What is “trusting in God”?  We sing, “I will trust in the Lord (’til I die)” and … Continue reading

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God as Mystery?

This post is kind of a headscratcher, so please bear with me. For as long as there has been religion, we’ve had many ways of describing God: Father, Mother, Lover, It, Void, Nature, the Highest Good, the Ultimate Reality…the list … Continue reading

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What I Believe: Spirituality: Mystery; Transcendence; and Wonder

These beliefs are the foundation of my spiritual life.  Rather appropriate that I do this post on a Sunday. True fellowship with the Divine encompasses these four beliefs. I desire Spirituality over “religion”.  True Spirituality is living and fluid, whereas … Continue reading

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