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An autumn prayer

There may be a fever of prayerful activity, “raging against the dying of the light,” trying to stave off the coldness to come. They are symptoms of the southerning sun. Soon, some of us know, our prayers will be those of sleepwalkers, slow to respond to the promptings and proddings of the Spirit, fumbling and in danger of falling.

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Speaking to the Soul: Fall and beyond

When souls are not tended carefully, they are like a plant that doesn’t get water or fertilizer. They shrivel and never reach the potential that was present when they were mere seedlings.

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Speaking to the Soul: Beautiful Beyond Measure

…it is as if God reaches for us in every single moment, whispering, “Come back. Come back to me. You are beautiful beyond measure, and you are meant for me. Your essence is to expand, like the tiny tendrils of trees, into the heaven of my love.”

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