There are times in our lives when our spiritual practices feel too difficult, or we believe we’re not getting any benefit from them. At these times, we need to give God the benefit of the doubt.
Like crows, our minds pick up a lot of shiny things over the course of a lifetime. And this includes beliefs about ourselves that are very hard to let go.
Change can happen at radically different speeds, but it always leaves us vulnerable.
A prayer about discovering grace in the hands of God.
What you fall in love with decides everything.
Here’s more inspiration from St. Ignatius of Loyola. This is his prayer for generosity.
Here’s a very short prayer, from the writings of Julian of Norwich, that assures us that all will be well.
Here’s a prayer encouraging us to trust in the slow work of God.
This prayer/poem from Wendell Berry makes me think of the Bible story of Doubting Thomas.
As we begin Lent, here’s one of my favorite prayers that gives me comfort during times of uncertainty.