A Taste of Shalom

You really should check out the Radix Fidem forum linked over on the right side here under the “Blogroll” heading. Good things are happening there.

When you first shift your conscious awareness over to the heart-led way, it can be disorienting. Your heart knows how to run the show just fine, but your mind has been conditioned to not surrender to the heart. You will have a lot of un-learning to do. Early on, you’ll become aware of a sense of having to reevaluate everything, and it can shake up your job, marriage, and just about everything else. What’s happening is that your mind is having to relearn what is moral and what isn’t, and it’s a pretty tough experience.

Once you get to the other side of that, you begin to sense where things belong; you develop an instinct for what ought to be. It leaves you room to appreciate the situation of your life in a whole different light. You begin to stop worrying about things you can’t change and find yourself on a path that changes you in ways you could never have dreamed. The heart-led way is for everyone. We sincerely hope to see you and everyone else start down that path.

Radix Fidem, our particular way of doing the heart-led life, is not for everyone. But for those who stick around, there is a growing sense of fellowship and appreciation for each other. Over the past few weeks, I felt a strong sense that things were falling into place for our faith community. There is enough core members who’ve weathered the worst of that testing period and have begun doing solid work in the Lord.

This is what shalom tastes like; this is a community that walks in Biblical Law. There’s not many who interact much, but those few are a treasure in my life. I thank God for the blessing of having you join us.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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