Spirit World

Dear Prayer Partners, 

…Jesus climbed the mountain to pray, taking Peter, John, and James along. Luke 9:28

 Richard Rohr says that praying is like building your own house.

“To pray is to discover that someone else is within your house. To pray is to recognize that it is not your house at all. To keep praying is to have no house to protect because there is only One House. And that One House is everybody’s Home…That is the politics of prayer. And that is probably why truly spiritual people are always a threat to politicians of any sort. They want our allegiance and we can no longer give it. Our house is too big.” Richard Rohr, “Prayer as a Political Activity”

Jesus took them up the mountain to pray. He was transfigured, and God's voice reminded those in attendance that “Jesus was the Heavenly Father's precious Son!”

Do earthly political figures deserve our respect and support? I pray for great leaders who walk this planet that we can follow and flourish with. What the story of the transfiguration tells us is that Jesus the Christ is the ultimate King of the earth and cosmos! Within Christ’s kingdom through prayer we are each invited to live in a big house. Read Luke 9:28-36 for further reflection.

This Sunday I will be addressing from a theological perspective, paranormal activity. I will be sharing some actual experiences I have had with “ghosts”.  We’ll be talking of the spirit world perhaps in some ways you have not done in worship before. Hope to see you there.

Prayers: For victims of sex trafficking. That an extra dose of joy might enter your life and mine this day.

The “Song of the Transfiguration”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDbvvfkBAkw


 Still in One Peace,

 Pastor David J. Jensen

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