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A Life of Prayer

Since I first learned to pray, kneeling awkwardly by my bedside as a child, I have prayed a similar set of prayers each morning and evening. While the rest of my prayer life has grown and changed over the years, my morning and evening prayers remain remarkably the same. I am a creature of habit. I get ready each morning and evening in... Keep Reading

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“God first loved us” (1 John 3:19). This simple declaration discloses the deepest wellspring of commitment in the Christian spiritual life. In time’s infancy, an original act of divine love brought forth a human creature swaddled in divine commitment. So completely was God given to this creature, so fully did God perceive it as an intrinsic part of the divine life, that... Keep Reading

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Free to Love

 This is the passover of the Lord. I will pass over you, and no plague shall destroy you —from Exodus 12.11, 13          Owe no one anything, except to love one another; for the one who loves another has fulfilled the law. —Romans 13.8 You have been set free. From all your guilt and shame, from all the debts you thought you owed, all obligations and duties, you have been set free. From fear of death, from... Keep Reading

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