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Henri Nouwen
Henri Nouwen - author, theologian, mentor, pastor, activist, Dutch priest, and above all - beloved.
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Andy Walton May 16
When I can’t sleep I spend a bit of time with . What a gift he is.
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Ray Glennon May 17
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. defines throwaway culture. It’s reminiscent of saying “The world says we are worthwhile because of what we do, or what we have, or what people say about us. That’s a lie. We have value because we are God’s beloved.” Live a Consistent Life Ethic (CLE).
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Henri Nouwen May 18
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from "Return of the Prodigal Son -
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Henri Nouwen May 18
I now see that the hands that forgive, console, heal, and offer a festive meal must become my own.
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Wayne Hipley May 16
"Whenever Jesus says to people he has healed: 'Your faith has saved you,' he is saying that they have found new life because they have surrendered in complete trust to the love of God revealed in him." ~ Henri Nouwen
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Dave Valente May 9
A valuable lesson from ......
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Shawn Smucker May 10
"Ask yourself, ‘Where is the glory of God? If the glory of God is not there, where I am, where else can it be?’"
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Henri Nouwen May 16
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from "A Cry For Mercy: Prayers for the Genesee" -
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Henri Nouwen May 16
Our inclination is to show our Lord only what we feel comfortable with. But the more we dare to reveal our whole trembling self to him, the more we will be able to sense that his love, which is perfect love, casts out all our fears
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Gracemass May 13
Prayer is first of all listening to God. It's openness. God is always speaking. He is always doing something Fr
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Angela May 13
"It indeed is a hard discipline to be useless in God’s presence and to let him speak in the silence of my heart. But whenever I become a little useless I know that God is calling me to a new life beyond the boundaries of my usefulness." -
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Ashley Goad May 14
"We are not called by God to do extraordinary things, but to do ordinary things with extraordinary love." ~Jean Vanier
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Kelly Rosati May 14
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Henri Nouwen May 15
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from The Way of the Heart -
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Henri Nouwen May 15
Our task is to help people concentrate on the real but often hidden event of God’s active presence in their lives.
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Shawn Smucker May 3
"Deep silence leads us to realize that prayer is, above all, acceptance."
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Xpand Edition May 4
Since our lives do not only consist of success stories, it is also important to look at the crises, disappointments and other negative experiences
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Project Touchline May 5
Prayer leads you to see new paths and to hear new melodies in the air. Prayer is the breath of your life that gives you freedom to go and to stay where you wish, to find the many signs that point out the way to a new land.
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Henri Nouwen May 6
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from A Spirituality of Living -
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Henri Nouwen May 6
Solitude is where Jesus listened to God. It is where we listen to God. Solitude is where community begins.
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