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Impossible? NOT!

Impossible? NOT!

The stressed existence that most of us think is a normal part of life on earth is not the way things have to be.

comforting

comforting

It was the Jesuit priests who taught me in seminary who gave me an appreciation of and love for Classical music.

incredible things

incredible things

Many of the things I plan seem to bear little fruit and my most powerful encounters with the divine are often unexpected

metanoia

metanoia

With our backs to the light, all we can see is our own shadows.

I’m being saved

I’m being saved

The best response to the question “have you been saved” is not a past tense “yes I have been saved” but a present-tense, here and now response

with new vision

with new vision

Deep within the healthy human is a longing for much more than physical abilities and material possessions.

the foundation

the foundation

If prayer is to grow into relationship rather than remain as obligation it needs to reflect and engage the reality of our lives

good news

good news

But more often the words of this prayer give me direction and hope in the midst of daily routines and demands.

be the first

be the first

If we follow Christ we experience freedom. With Christ we are freed from the trap of following every fad, fashion, celebrity or opinion.

say the word

say the word

Put simply, the way I speak to me about me has the power to make or break my day.

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Impossible? NOT!

Impossible? NOT!

The stressed existence that most of us think is a normal part of life on earth is not the way things have to be.

comforting

comforting

It was the Jesuit priests who taught me in seminary who gave me an appreciation of and love for Classical music.

incredible things

incredible things

Many of the things I plan seem to bear little fruit and my most powerful encounters with the divine are often unexpected

metanoia

metanoia

With our backs to the light, all we can see is our own shadows.

I’m being saved

I’m being saved

The best response to the question “have you been saved” is not a past tense “yes I have been saved” but a present-tense, here and now response