Are You Ready to Explore the Deep Places of Your Soul?


Learning what God wants of us means letting the Holy Spirit guide us into the deep places of our souls.

– J. Brent Bill

We are made in the image of God.

God has left his imprint within us.

It is our job to discover this imprint and show it to the world.

But, we need to take the time to do some inner work if we wish to find it.

Our imprint changes as we age.

We are meant to do and accomplish many things!

My inner work is a form of silent prayer called Centering Prayer.

Centering Prayer has helped provide me with clarity and Inner Nudges.

I have learned that clarity also comes with the action I take on these Inner Nudges.

Are you ready to explore the deep places of your soul?

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Also by J. Brent Bill

Beauty, Truth, Life, and Love: Four Essentials for the Abundant Life  is out November 5 !

Sacred Compass: The Way of Spiritual Discernment

Holy Silence

Life Lessons from a Bad Quaker: A Humble Stumble Toward Simplicity and Grace

Mind the Light: Learning to See With Spiritual Eyes

Finding God in the Verbs: Crafting a Fresh Language of Prayer

Holy Silence: The Quaker Way by J. Brent Bill:  Quaker silence is not about stillness, as such, but rather about encountering God in a living and vital holy hush. This e-course encourages women and men to undertake a journey of spiritual silence. The destination is a quiet inner place where God teaches us directly. Friends (as Quakers are formally known) have been honing their take on silence for more than 350 years. It’s a silence that invites us to an immediate and personal encounter with God. That’s because Quakers believe that when we are silent, then the Spirit of God grants us insights, guidance, and understanding of spiritual truth.

 

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