Month: May 2021

THOUGHTS FROM THE EDGE OF TIME

Sometimes I get thoughts from so far out of the blue that they must be from the edge of time…or beyond. This is just another way of saying that the Holy Spirit is not limited to my personal agenda of what I would like… Continue Reading “THOUGHTS FROM THE EDGE OF TIME”

EIGHT THOUGHTS ABOUT GOD TAKING ON HUMAN NATURE

I admit that this Lectio Divina (Philippians 2:5) idea is as far out as the edge of time, but so is the Holy Spirit. Imagine how Jesus felt when, as the Son of God the Father, he knew all that is but could not… Continue Reading “EIGHT THOUGHTS ABOUT GOD TAKING ON HUMAN NATURE”

NOW, WHERE DID THAT COME FROM?

My Lectio Divina (Philippians 2:5) took me to this place recently, asking a series of questions, which, of course, only the Holy Spirit had the answers. It is like playing Spirit Games with my second Advocate (Jesus is numero uno). I am going to… Continue Reading “NOW, WHERE DID THAT COME FROM?”

JOUSTING WITH JEALOUSY: THE WALL THAT YOU WON’T SEE COMING

My Lectio Divina topics as applied to the “Lectio” phase have gone from me choosing the small phrases to ponder to letting go in favor of the Holy Spirit challenging me to make it fit with Philippians 2:5, my personal center. The results are… Continue Reading “JOUSTING WITH JEALOUSY: THE WALL THAT YOU WON’T SEE COMING”

STARTING OVER

When thinking about my Lectio Divina (Philippians 2:5) subject, the concept of starting over came up. Usually, I just slough it off as if it were an unrelated piece of the puzzle and I didn’t know where it fit. This time, I thought of… Continue Reading “STARTING OVER”

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