The third week of Lent, we remember the trial of Jesus, and the unbelief of the religious leaders. What do you hope for? What do you wish you could believe, if only you could see it?
In Roots and Sky by Christie Purifoy, pages 115-116, she reminds us that hope does not come with spring, that to hope then is to hope too late. Faith and hope come in winter, when the sky is grey and cold and the flower bulbs are buried deep in the ground. This week, keep your eyes open for “miracles in the rain”. How is God “tugging us and this whole wintry, weary world toward new life”?
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"Now faith is confidence
in what we hope for
and assurance about
what we do not see."
In this blog, I demonstrate some of the prayer vinyasas that I’ve taught in class. A vinyasa is a sequence of poses, so a prayer vinyasa is a sequence of poses coordinated with a prayer or verse of scripture. It’s my hope that these vinyasas will provide an opportunity for you to draw close to God and listen for the voice of the Divine within you...