Facilitating Healing by Tapping Into Love

  • Wed 23rd Sep 2020 - 5:30am
    The third step is going to be being serious about what you are beginning. This is really important because I truly believe that we aren't fully alive, fully human, until we honor our spirit, and rediscover our spirituality. The most important thing to avoid will be coming over as sombre, over-serious, grim faced, and generally downbeat. Many centuries ago, a wise person wrote that "the glory of God is women and men made fully alive." Stick to the steps just like spelled out above and everything should go well. You will have handled regain your spirituality easily and rapidly be now on to other activities. Just continue with the stages in order, for the reasons as explained, while carefully avoiding the traps, problems and potential mistakes mentioned. Then take advantage of the fruits and advantages of having regained your spirituality that you will have earned by your time and effort. It is a most wonderful theme. In fact, it would be impossible to get a more important theme! In my reading and studying of Hebrews Chapter 7 in the New Testament, it becomes very clear that the theme is 'looking unto Jesus'. For everything, look to Jesus. That is good. Could any man dare to try to improve upon that? Never! The writer of this profound letter is showing how Jesus Christ is better than all the other priests put together, and that is what we are seeing in these verses. We have a great high priest who has gone into the holies, the risen and living Lord Jesus Christ. The Latin root meaning for priest is Pontifex who is a bridge builder, and Jesus Christ bridges the gulf and it is a big gulf to bridge and there is no one else who can bridge that gulf or chasm.
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