Path to Intimacy

Prayers of Faith – Intimacy

“But whenever you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you.”  - Jesus of Nazareth, as recorded by Matthew As followers of Christ, we are enjoined to “pray without ceasing,” and “devote yourselves to prayer, …

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Acceptance: The Crux of the Matter

Part three in a three-part series on acceptance of difficulty. “We must accept and cooperate with the inevitable.  If we rail and kick against it and grow bitter, we won’t change the inevitable; but we will change ourselves.”  - Dale Carnegie Unfortunately, the Dale Carnegie quote above reflects the way many people go through the …

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Oneness: Living Communion

“If religion is only the garb in which Christianity is clothed – and this garb has looked very different in different ages – what then is religionless Christianity?”  Dietrich Bonhoeffer Bonhoeffer asks the most pertinent of questions; “What then is religionless Christianity?”  It is living in a state of growing oneness with our God, having …

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Covenants New and Old Part 2

“Most Christians are satisfied living their entire lives as common Christians. They never experience the richness of what it truly means to be a Christian. Without a deep insatiable hunger for the things of God, there is nothing within them prodding them to go forward to perfection…once again, we need a great move of the …

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