Tens of billions of dollars are spent each year on books about the spiritual life. We spend so much money reading about someone else's spiritual journey because we’re not sure we can trust our hearing when it comes to our spiritual call. The Beloved is talking to me? God wants to be in communion with me? But I am so flawed. I need to go through the 10 stages to flawlessness before God could possibly want me.
If that were the case, then why does the soft, still voice call out to us?
This month's theme: Threshold
Speaker: Rev. Ian White Maher
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