I give you thanks, O Lord, with my whole heart; before the angels I sing your praise; I bow down toward your holy temple and give thanks to your name for your mercy and your faithfulness… -Psalm 138:1,2 Controversy or Hidden Gem? Thanksgiving is probably the most religious holiday we celebrate as a culture and
I believe there are many paths to awakening but only one way home. A word from the Lord, The soul that has become a bridge is my own. It belongs to me. Souls which ultimately do not know me are not bridges but a chasm, which leads others to death. Careful, Dear Ones, not to
Today’s reading for many is a reflection on the Gospel account of Jesus driving out the money changers in the temple. And just before it, in the Gospel of Mark, we see that Jesus seems particularly irritated at a certain fig tree. Are the two incidents mere coincidence or could they be part and parcel
When I started my journey of faith with the Lord, it began with a promise. I cried our from the pit and he heard my cry. I had cried out before, but this time was different. This time I was ready to believe. This time I was ready to give up doing things my way.
How beautiful is the gift of divine mercy falling in the weeks between Passover and Pentecost? The Lord already has given us so many gifts in the gift of his dying and resurrection and the fulfillment of the scriptures, yet here he is once more, pouring forth his goodness in divine revelation! And it’s not