Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
“When we first take our Christian discipleship seriously and commit ourselves to accountability with other Christians who are doing the same, we find out that we have a lot of rough edges. Our personality is harsh, or we’re sharp in the way we relate to others, or we’re a bit out of shape in our prayer. But it is the process of following Christ that helps us to go deeper and deeper into ourselves so that we empty ourselves: prayer, the sacraments, commitment to a group, or spiritual direction. We empty ourselves completely so that Jesus can take up residence more fully within us. Jesus changes our sharp edges and makes us gentle. It’s a practical thing. It’s working with God in a real way. It requires sincerity, and once we love the truth above everything, God sets us free. That’s communion.”
The Kingdom of Christ
Throw Yourself upon the Resources of God
Seeing in New Ways
See I am making all things new
How Jesus Frees Us from Negative Thinking
God's Promise: "I am acting"
How not to become an "injustice collector"
How good it is to be marooned on "unsure ground"
I want conversion, not a new normal
The Quiet Eye of the Heart - Reflection after the death of Mr George Floyd
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (Mary at the Cross)
Coronavirus: The important shift is what happens within
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (Wedding at Cana)
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (The Nativity)
Celebrating Easter when the world is turned upside-down - Easter in a pandemic
Jesus wants to wash your feet
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (The Visitation)
All Shall Be Well
God also tells us to "shelter in place" within our hearts
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (The Annunciation)
The Bible Recap
Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life