Christ

Conversations with God #16…A Folk Tale

This is a folk tale.  Perhaps even a myth.  As with all folk tales, there is a kernel of truth in it.  But the story itself is not important, and it’s certainly not to be taken literally.  What’s important is how you might apply it in your life. What would you ask for if the […]

And God said, “I am”…

God said, “I am”. And it all went downhill from there. Why? Because we immediately began trying to figure out what that means. And then we began to write it down. And, of course, when something gets written (stone tablets, anyone?), it become solid.  Solid truth.  Unchanging truth. But, contrary, to popular opinion, God is […]

A Broken Heart and a Contrite Spirit #2

Jesus is love.  As such, He is the Christ.  Jesus no longer has the capacity to not love.  He has evolved beyond such.  The fact that He has evolved beyond the capacity to not love suggests that we, too, must eventually evolve beyond the capacity to not love.  I choose this path. Right now, in […]

View from a High Mountain

I approached the Lord this morning with a touch of anxiety.  I said, basically, “Lord, I know I try not to ask for much other than for you to teach me.  But today, I need you.  I need comfort.  Will you comfort me?  And, will you teach me what it means to be my “ascended […]

Loving Jesus

I said, “Lord, who are you…really?” He said, “I am the purity that you seek. I have no need to exist. I simply am” For the past year or so, I have been practicing approaching the Lord without ego. It takes a lot of practice.  It may always take a lot of practice. Approaching without […]

The Nature of Christ

Someone posted the following question today on facebook: “Do you think the symbol of the cross is disrespectful to Christ? Did Satan inspire this, to focus on His execution?… the Lord does say “take up your cross and follow me” and He submitted Himself to the cross when He had all the power to end […]

“Be Me”…Thoughts on the Sacrament and Eternal Life

Last week, the following came to me: Christ said, “Come unto Me”, and the journey began He said, “Walk with Me”, and we walked, and talked He said, “Be with Me”, and we sat Then He said, “Be Me”…to be continued.   Of course, the question of what it means to “Be Me” was obvious, […]