Monthly Archives: February 2011

Soul Byte: The Fulness of God

The amount to which we are full of our “selves” is the amount to which we are not full of God.

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Listenings: Ordinary Wonder

While holding the “magnificence” of the spiritual life ever before us, we must remember that much of the wonder we find in the spiritual journey comes to us through ordinary things.  Symphonies are played on man-made instruments.  They don’t just … Continue reading

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Soul Byte: Get Out of the Way!

A big part of spiritual formation is getting our “selves” out of the way, so the Spirit can work in us.

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The Holy Gospel: February 27, 2011 (Year A)

Read:  Matthew 6:24-34 Meditation:  “Singularity” A read through the sections of the Sermon on the Mount reveals that a lot of it can be summarized under one theme:  singularity.  Whether we are praying, fasting, or dealing with the world’s goods, … Continue reading

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Soul Byte: The Formative Flow

Jesus never asks us to go “for” him before we have been “with” him.  Check it out in Mark 3:14.

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Connections: David McKenna

Today, I introduce you to another one of my mentors:  David McKenna. Jeannie and I became friends with him and his wife (Janet) when they came to serve as the presidential family at Asbury Theological Seminary in 1982.  From the … Continue reading

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Soul Byte: At Your Side

The God who made you is with you.  God never walks away from anyone or anything He has made.

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