Holy Spirit and Holy Moses by Rick 21 July 2017

I was never too sure about God’s Holy Spirit Minister said it quickly and moved along In my doubt, I talked with God Trust Me, He said with love Holy Spirit sent from above To always be there So you will Know I Care Source: Holy Spirit and Holy Moses

So Close

     She only wished to touch His robe trying to see Him through crowds on the road She reached out for His hem Jesus immediately knew then A woman of great faith Touched His hem and heart Just by that touch Jesus knew! Source: So Close

May It Be « discoveringandsharinggrace

As I mentioned, I love reading the scriptures leading up to Christmas. Some of the most amazing scriptures relate to Mary and her faith. What would our reaction be if an angel of the Lord spoke to us about what was about to happen and what was expected of us? Shock? Wonder? Fear? Amazement? Confusion? [...]

Spiritual Observation – Rick Christensen

Spiritual Observation Sept 30th by Rick Christensen How are we going to look at life today? “The fullness of joy is to behold God in everything.” – Julian of Norwich If we are experiencing a challenging time can we be joyful that God is with us? That has been a challenge for me and one I [...]

CommUNITY

CommUNITY by Rick Christensen     During my prayer time and talks with God this week, we covered many topics. This week is different. It is good to be back with you to share what I  received. We don’t know one another. I spent time this week observing people in the workplace being occupied with [...]

A Prayer for the Time of My Dying

Art by Rob Goldstein There is no common truth   At the time of my dying may it be an act of life of joy of reconciliation a work of grace an exchange of gifts a step in time forward and backward as essential to life as birth (c) Rob Goldstein 2015 Source: A Prayer [...]

A Living Hymn

  Demons and angels—our darkest impulses and our noblest aspirations—clash in our deepest core. We advance not by slaying the demons, but by accepting them for what they are, pitying them, and slowly, painstakingly converting them, until both of our sides harmonize as notes in a living hymn. -from Perfect Joy