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Guest preacher Cody Nielsen reflects on witnessing to our faith in a world of many faiths in a way that’s faithful but not judgmental.
Spiritual maturity and fullness of life involve bringing our outer and inner lives into harmony. God’s grace brings the shadows that are hidden in our unconscious into the light of awareness.
Jesus clears the temple so no one can make sacrifices. There’s no other way left to please God but to love your neighbor.
To take up your cross is to sacrifice for the sake of love. When we do, Jesus is with us, bearing the weight.
Temptations are fears or attachments that divert or distort our perfect love. The “Examen” is a form of prayer that helps us see the places where we get our of tune with God.
The story of Jesus transfigured, shining with light, invites us to abandon our attempts to figure God out, and simply be in wonder.
We hold each other’s hands as we pray – and anchored to the Spirit in each other, we reach our hands out into the world. It is “the hands of love” that form a chain reaction of being ministered to and ministering to others. This is the rhythm of Christian practice.
Jesus casts out our demons of shame, the feeling we’re “unclean,” unworthy.