Waiting for the elevator at a busy hotel, I am reading this, wondering about the people waiting with me. How are we going deeper, planting roots in God, to grow stronger in our relationship with our creator?
Today’s post is by Patience Robbins
“Holiness is not in what you do, but what you allow to be done to you by the circumstances of your life.” -Richard Rohr
At a recent retreat, we were pondering the phrase: going deeper. This phrase emerged in conversations about our desire for God and growing in our relationship with God. These are some of my reflections on this theme.
When I hear “going deeper,” my first response is to think of some profound mystical experience – something dramatic, extraordinary, a striking revelation of God in my life. I usually associate this with something special that I do: a retreat, time of prayer, visit to a sacred place, attending a church service. But as I listen to others and reflect on my experience, I realize that going deeper into God happens in the very ordinary, nitty-gritty of my life. It is usually an…
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