What if God still speaks and works?It can be hard to believe it, even harder to see it... or is it? What if God's not making it hard, but inviting us to look and to listen?This podcast creates a space to practice looking and listening, through voices like yours. Through stories and organic conversat… read more
In episode 141, Phil Thompson helps us acknowledge a difficult reality: sometimes our suffering is a result of our nearsightedness (or even the nearsightedness of others.) Spiritual myopia -- our tendency to focus hard on the present and leave the eternal a blur -- is something we're all prone to struggle with, but God desires us to have "eyes to see"... if we're willing.
When have you been spiritually nearsighted?
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The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."
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