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Day: September 28, 2015

The Thin Place at the Cliffs of Moher

“Thin places” are what the Celtic monks call places where the dividing line between the natural world and the supernatural realm of God’s Spirit are so thin there is hardly any distinction. They are the holy places where God and man meet. Like Moses and the burning bush, Elijah and the still small voice, Andrew Eberhart tells of the thin places he experienced while in Ireland for a Spiritual Formation class.

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Omar Rikabi ~ He Had a Name

The first name given in creation was Adam. It means humanity.

The Scripture story tells us that God, through Jesus Christ, created all of humanity in his image and breathed into us the breath of life.

I thought of Adam when I saw the first hashtag given to Aylan’s story: Humanity Washed Ashore.

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Rhythm, Rehearsal and Readiness

Rehearsal – of anything – makes us more confident, comfortable, skilled. So when we gather in often to worship, we are in essence rehearsing our faith, becoming more confident of it, more defined by it, and better able to stand on it and articulate it.

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