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Jesus often sought solitude to pray. When someone discovers that their heart is a sensory organ in itself, that habit of Jesus makes an awful lot of sense that it didn’t before. Communion with unfallen nature is a divine treat, … Continue reading
Living heart-led doesn’t make you stupid, but a lot of folks might thinks so. People see that massive scar on my knee and the vestigial swelling and ask questions. Most of the time it ends up with silly questions about … Continue reading
For anyone who operates on the moral level of the heart, it is thoroughly frustrating to see people walk away from that beguiling faculty of the Spirit. It is inherent in the most ancient roots of Hebrew culture to take … Continue reading