Forgetting our dependence on the Spirit has devastating consequences. [Click title to read more.]
Walking at night has taught me that sometimes, to experience communion with God, one needs to step way from books and analyzing and thinking. [Click title to read more.]
We talk a lot about hearing God and paying attention to Him, but we have a habit of then immediately turning on every device and engaging in every activity within reach, often with mindless fervor. No wonder we can't hear anything! [Click title to read more.]
If you are a believer, where you are, God is also. And where your great love and your great work is in His name, God rejoices. It is in those ordinary spaces that you stand the strongest chance of brushing up against glory. [Click title to read more.]
Some revelations take longer to receive than others. And some come only at certain, special times. Be patient, but be ready. [Click title to read more.]
You are not responsible for your own goodness. The person you are "after" Christ has everything to do with God, and very little to do with you at all. [Click title to read more.]
It is the business of the Spirit to linger over what is unformed, what is empty, what is not yet, and to make it something new and beautiful. [Click title to read more.]
All I can say is this: that God sought my spirit and my heart and somehow, inexplicably, conquered them and made them His. The spirit that cries out in me isn't my own; it's His, calling back to Himself. [Click title to read more].