God in the World – Praying for Others

God in the World

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God in the World

God in the world means that we believe that God is embodied in the here and now. As a result, continually look to see God in all things, places and people. Last week we talked about definitions of a neighbor and carefully considered different ways of looking at others with respect and dignity.

We all agreed that, particularly in our church, we know that the people are good and seek to act within God’s guidance. If someone approaches us in our congregation with a viewpoint extremely different than ours, we can respectfully disagree and walk away KNOWING that God is in charge. We all agreed that this is where faith can be challenging.

movedwithcompassionBeginning to Pray for Others

A question that continues to arise is how to pray for others. We first had to look at who is our neighbor, and what does it mean to…

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