Reading the words “Father-God” reminded me to be careful not to take my “to-do” “to-fix” prayer list to Him, but rather be still enough to allow Him to impart wisdom. Then on to the clamoring of voices to fit into the molds, expectations and paths […]
I had always thought that when Jesus prayed “take this cup” in the Agony in the Garden that he was asking not to die – to find another way. But what I learned was that when Jesus took on the sins of the world, he would be separated from His Father – and that separation is what caused His tremendous pain and agony. We are never separated from God’s love – thank’s to Jesus.