A Poetic Prayer of Joy: Our Father

In Poetry, Prayer, Spiritual Formation by BizgaineyLeave a Comment

I normally post poems via a different website. I am, however, going to begin to include my poems – as well as the poetic expressions of others (both modern and historical pieces) – as a part of this site.

I believe we will never disrupt our normal routines if we don’t take the time to reflect on and enjoy the artistic expression of poetry.

You will find my latest work, Our Father, on my site.  I hope the piece enriches your life and encourages you as you go!  If …
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One Reliable Way to Notice Our Knowable God!

In Contemplation, Culture, Spiritual Formation by Bizgainey2 Comments

A God who is unnoticeable in the world is one who is unknowable to its people.  I fear we exist in a culture in which God is no longer noticeable.  If my fear is on target, the realities are life-shaking.

Perhaps I am wrong.

Maybe God is noticeable.

A question might help us both personalize and consider His notice-ability:

How often have you been aware of God’s presence within the last 24 hours?

Once?

Twice?

Can’t recall any moments?

If you can’t recall any moments, you are, in all likelihood, …
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