In our walk with God, we will fall; we will be embarrassed, but if, as Heschel says, “embarrassment is the beginning of faith,” then perhaps we can and will handle our embarrassments with a feeling of hope and purpose.
Walking the “Bridge of Sighs” pushes our fears out of us; while they are inside of us, they kill us and steal our capacity to trust God and see how God works, even and especially in times of dark and tumultuous times.
By Susan K. Smith, God gives you a hint. You can feel the nudging, the spiritual nudging within your spirit, telling you that something is up. You can try to ignore it, but you really cannot. A “God-nudge” is persistent and can be annoying. That is because when God is trying to tell us something,...
We must all marvel at the fact that in spite of that, people continue to be born, to fight against evil and sometimes push through it. People continue to birth new beauty of their own human spirits in spite of being taunted and pulled by evil, God notwithstanding.