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Posted by Paul Edwards (Fr. Paul) on Nov 12, 2012 | Comments (0)


Pentecost XXVI: Bottom Line Spirituality

Unlocking the Gospel Secrets of Spirituality

Discover what difference reading these scriptures in a Worldly or a Godly way make.

THE LANGUAGE OF THE SPIRIT

Spiritual language is natural, conscious and innate. It is not something we learn, it is something we discover.  This language is not rationally taught but consciously remembered.

Jesus did not spend time teaching us our spiritual language because it is natural to us.  We just need to remember how to do it.

Take time to sense the godly Presence within when a spiritual word is added to the rational, worldly reading of scripture.

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OLD TESTAMENT: Samuel 23:5

Worldly: “He has made for me an everlasting Covenant.”
Godly:

“He has made for me an everlasting spiritual Covenant of Love.”

Worldly sees place as a position to move to. Godly sees place as a condition to open to.

PSALM: 132:1-12, (13-18)

Worldy: let us go to his dwelling place.
Godly: let us go to his dwelling place in our heart.

 

Worldly sees things physically seen. Godly senses the spiritually unseen.

EPISTLE: Revelation 1:7

Worldy: “Every eye will see Him”.
Godly: “Every eye will see Him spiritually”.

 

Worldly place is physically not here. Godly place is conditionally here.

GOSPEL: John 18:33-37

Worldly: “My Kingdom is from another place.”
Godly: “My Kingdom is from another place spiritually.”

 

For further study see the follow on Pentecost XXVI Meditation.


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