Tag Archives: experience of God

Of confusion and being human

“It’s in the emptiness and even desperation of confusion where God might be found.” My vantage point during our silent retreats is to have a “front row” seat watching what the Holy Spirit is doing in a variety of people’s … Continue reading

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Words, words, words

I often make the comment that, “words matter.” You’re probably saying (in your head), “Way to go, Captain Obvious! You appear to have a firm grasp on reality.” I don’t say that because I’m kind of a geek about words … Continue reading

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Wrestling With God When He Doesn’t Seem Good | RELEVANT Magazine

Wrestling With God When He Doesn’t Seem Good | RELEVANT Magazine. Posted by Dr. Ray Mitsch… written by Karyn Noll

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Comforting…

I don’t know about you all, but this is indeed very comforting… Spotty experience of God This side of Paradise, people are with God in such a remote and spotty way that their experience of Eternal Life is at best … Continue reading

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