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Speaking to the Soul: Forgiveness

The next time you find yourself trapped in the same old sin, whatever it is, ask yourself, “What did I really hope to gain?” There’s a very good possibility that it’s something you already have.

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Speaking to the Soul: LISTEN!

No matter how thorny your situation is, there is a way out. By looking in the high places, going where others do not go, and by observing whatever is around you… maybe just sheep and some scrub brushes… you can find an answer. Listen, can you hear it?

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Speaking to the Soul: No shortcuts

As we enter Lent, we have to remember that temptation is all around, and seduces by offering the easy way, the shortcut. It’s not the big things that usually tempt us—it’s the little ones.

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Speaking to the Soul: Sublime Fear

As we stand on the cusp of Lent, about to enter the dark times of the persecution and death of Jesus in our liturgical calender, it is a good time to be reminded that God the sublime and awe-inspiring has thrown God’s weight fully behind Jesus in this moment.

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Speaking to the Soul: Mom

In these times of turmoil in both the world and the church, I don’t think it is a bad thing to believe in a God-made-flesh who we can stand up to and argue with.

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