Divine law is designed for the expression of pure spiritual potential. As with any law the rules are accessible, but it is our choice to cooperate with the law and minimize our own challenges.
What does it mean to live a sacred life? At its heart is a single principle: to engage the world from the the Christ presence within us.
When we successfully navigate a challenge to our faith, we must be careful not to rest on our laurels.
There is an underlying intelligence in all things that is evidenced by the constant change in the world.
While study and spiritual practices are an important part of the journey, there comes a time at which these helpful tools have a limited capacity to help us move forward.
When we begin to understand the nature of God, we cannot help but be awestruck and humbled. Thanksgiving and love are the only appropriate response. As we step out in faith, we do so based on the character of God (bless your name forever and ever), not our own worthiness. We can declare that God is foremost in our life (I will extol you, my God and my King) when we begin to understand the nature…
Spiritual growth is not a straight climb. We experience times of major forward progress. Then we reach a plateau stage, where things roll along smoothly.
The power of the uttered and thought word cannot be underestimated. We can use the creative authority of the word to craft a life of joy or pain.
Have you noticed how one negative thought can quickly turn a positive state of mind into a chaotic mess?
When we begin to understand our spiritual heritage, our entire perspective is changed forever. The commonwealth of God is only experienced from the perspective of unity.
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