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BroMike " I WILL BUILD MY CHURCH AND THE GATES OF HELL WILL NOT PREVAIL AGAINST IT" WORDS OF JESUS IN MATTHEW 16:18
cclendenen Inspired by Nature, Based on Reason. The Journey, Not the Destination. Follow the light of reasoned spirituality.
EricMAllen May God's ray of blessing Pervade my soul, That it may lay hold Of strength-bestowing forces. My soul shall vow To waken in itself Life-giving might of love, To see God's strength Along life's path, And, with all it owns, To work God's will. -Rudolf Steiner
SharonSalzberg Sharon Salzberg is cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society (IMS) in Barre, Massachusetts. She has been a student of Buddhism since 1971, guiding meditation retreats worldwide since 1974. She has played a crucial role in bringing Asian meditation practices to the West. The ancient Buddhist practices of vipassana (mindfulness) and metta (lovingkindness) are the foundations of her work. "Each of us has a genuine capacity for love, forgiveness, wisdom and compassion. Meditation awakens these qualities so that we can discover for ourselves the unique happiness that is our birthright." She is the author of many books including: Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience, and Lovingkindness: The Revolutionary Art of Happiness.
Rev God is ever present and intimately involved in everything we do IF we invite Him in. He is absolute truth in a world that offers too many lies. I believe that the Apostate church is alive and well and our time on earth is short. Jesus is coming soon.
CalChurches Social justice is social gospel is what California's Faithful is all about.
TheRev We are not called by God to do extraordinary things, but to do ordinary things with extraordinary love. — Jean Vanier
JCarp "Strength for today and bright hope for tomorrow"
seeker "For God sent not his son to condemn the world, but that the world through him might be saved." Holy Bible, Gospel of John Chapter 3:17
Terri The biggest error in our thinking is in perceiving God as an authority figure, like a stern parent who disciplines us by dispensing reward and punishment for our behavior. How different would our life experiences be if we saw God not as a parent, but as a partner? An energy-generating source that supports our growth in whatever way we create it, via whatever experiences we create, offering nothing but unconditional love? Rather than a watchful figure standing over us in judgment, what if God is simply an energy of love and light that doesn't have an opinion?
Published October 11, 2010