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The Contemplative Companion for Friday, April 17, 2015

“The Lord is my light and my salvation; what should I fear?” – Psalm 27.1

Light is the motion of divine love, and when we experience its warmth, and participate in its awakening presence through the practices of silence and stillness, we discover the truth awaiting all of us: fear is nothing in the flow of divine light. 59 more words

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The Contemplative Companion for Thursday, April 16, 2015

“Taste and see how good God is; blessed  is the person who takes refuge in God.”  – Psalm 34.2

Silence. Stillness. Simplicity. These practices are  50 more words

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The Contemplative Companion for Wednesday, April, 15, 2015

“But whoever lives the truth comes to the light.” – John 3.21

Love is the unconcealing power that discloses our self to our Self, not to shame but to transform. 72 more words

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The Contemplative Companion for Tuesday, April 14, 2015

“The wind blows where it wills, and you can hear the sound it makes, but you do not know where it comes from or where it goes; so it is with everyone who is born of the Spirit.” 154 more words

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The Contemplative Companion for Monday, April 13, 2015

“Unless you are born from above, you cannot see the Kingdom of God.” – John 3.3

Awakened by the light of resurrection, a whisper of silence holds my heart and mind like a silken stream of inwardness. 49 more words

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What is Contemplative Christianity? - Ponderings for Holy Saturday, April 4, 2015

by peter traben haas

Our Aim

ContemplativeChristians.com aims to be an online spiritual resource for the contemplative journey deeper into God’s love. The purpose of this blog is to continue the articulation of contemplative Christianity in the third millennium of Christian faith.  1,321 more words

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The Contemplative Companion for Good Friday, April 3, 2015

“So they took Jesus, and, carrying the cross himself, he went out to what is called the Place of the Skull, in Hebrew, Golgotha. There they crucified him, and with him two others, one on either side, with Jesus in the middle.”  John 19.16-18  50 more words

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