I know that last sentence is bad grammar, but it is an excellent way to find God.
No matter who I vote for, they will bow to idols that I do not kneel to.
The Holy One, the Almighty, the Lover of Souls…he comes to us first. We don’t approach him.
One of the things I love about Ruth’s story is that it shows us how to defeat tribalism.
Here is a secret to the inner life: God seems to be most active in our lives when we are willing to work where we can.
We tend to forget what God has done when we’re convinced there’s something he should be doing.
If all elements of faith can be understood, it is no longer a faith in the Almighty.