Jul 3, 2010
Ofver the last few weeks, I've been showing you how to grow your spiritual life, how to protect it, and how to make it uniquely yours.
Now, let's talk about giving it depth. In fact, we'll discuss getting it deep in more than one sense. And you'll see how depth and protection go together so well.
We're not talking about something that your typical preacher has. And, if your memories go back to some bad times in church, we are not talking about something posessed by those busybodies who insisted upon minding everyone's business but their own. They have what they have. If you're reading this, you're able to have much, much more.
No, you're not able to get so much more because you're reading something that I wrote. But if you're here, you are probably asking the right questions which will cause some wonderful doors to open.
Did you ever notice someone who seems to have a spiritual life, but has one that inhcludes a quiet confidence and acceptance of other people's paths? They might have what I'm looking for. They might know. For you and me, it's for us to build our own and see if that's what we built.
And you'll know!