Explorations in Theology

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The Door is Out

Trying to enter through the exit door

After I finished recording the previous two conversations with Michele she launched into two dreams she had had a number of years prior that shaped her direction. I said, let me record that second one! Here it is. When God has called us out there is something to see (if we turn around)… OK I will let her tell it.

2 thoughts on “The Door is Out

  1. Interesting! Our little church is going around the debate of what to do about a building – the one that we rent was already a bit of a squash and is definitely too small with Covid distancing restrictions so we’ve been paying for it for a year without getting any use other than storage out of it. Its perceived advantage is that it is in the centre of town, therefore a “witness.” Surprisingly, the mairie (this is in secular France) have been letting us use one of the municipal halls free of charge since January. Praying that witness might be more than an empty building with the doors constantly locked…

    1. Yes… what to do… I appreciate that for those of us out of the construct the answer is easy. Any process though is a challenge. Seems that we have to sow in the direction we want to travel?

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