By David N. Mosser
"The advancements now we have made for this year's version will proceed that culture of serving the wishes of Pastors and Preachers"
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We want to control the flow of life so that it responds to our immediate needs. Whereas our part of the river may appear chaotic, the river’s flow maintains integrity. When we view God as totally beyond creation it is easy to characterize God as indifferent. When we turn inward and search for God within our own souls and experience, our relationship with God changes. ” Only recently have I come to understand it as foundational for my spiritual practices. The “ground of being” is inherently a natural relational image.
Jesus has a firm grasp on his identity and he moves with increasing confidence in his unfolding destiny. In the garden of Gethsemane he was deeply distressed over the direction in which his destiny was unfolding. He prayed to God: “Remove this cup from me; yet, not what I want, but what you want” (Mark 14:36). We are not privy to any additional dialogue between Jesus and “the Father” on that occasion, but he leaves the garden with his commitment intact and walks into the control of his enemies.
We began this series with an observation by Gerald May that all human beings have an inborn desire for God. ” A healthy prayer life is possible only if we relate to God as intimately as the psalmist. God is not merely totally other, but the very foundation of our lives and of all creation. Our relationship with God brings us into relationship with all creation. Ultimately, prayer moves us to a higher plane. The power and intent of prayer is fulfilled in community. This community is engaged in the healing of the world.
Abingdon Preaching Annual 2006 by David N. Mosser