Isaiah 25.6-9 for Sunday, November 4, 2012
Welcome to the Lectio Divina Podcast. As I share in this week’s edition, I have been so pleased to find that we have persons from over 30 countries from all over the world meditating and praying with us by way of this podcast! That being the case, it would be a great delight for me to hear from you how you are using this podcast in your setting. Where are you when you listen? Do you listen from the website or are you listening by way of your MP3 playing or phone? Do you have a community of folk listening together? Or, most important, why do you listen? Please post a few of your comments in the Comment section or email me!
Thank you for being a part of my spiritual community. You are making this such a rich journey for me.
Peace Deep Down,
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8 thoughts on “Isaiah 25:6-9 for Sunday, November 4, 2012”
Monday nights right before I go to sleep. It settles my mind after a (usually) hectic day. Thanks for consistently producing these meditative prayers.
Thanks, Ben! I always enjoy your input here. It’s nice to have you along for the adventure, brother. Peace, Todd
Thank you for providing this minstry. As you have yourself said, there is an added dimension to lectio divina when the Word is heard from a living voice, rather than as words read from a page by oneself.
Thank you, Ray, for your connection. I hope you have a great day and week…Peace, Todd
Hi Todd from the Trossachs in Scotland
I am a Parish Minister and thanks God for your ministry; a most wonderful way that I am fed so I can in turn feed my people
Thank you for your note. Where in Scotland? I was in Scotland and England a couple of years ago on a wonderful adventure studying Celtic Christianity. Spent most of my time on Lindisfarne Island but also was in Edinburgh and Durham. Amazing. May your soul find joy today!
Thank you Todd. Jan and I are so grateful for Jesus coming as the lifted shroud to take away the darkness in our lives. We need but look inward for the Light! He is alive and well in you my friend.
Hello Karen and Jan! I am always moved by your kindness and love. Thank you for the note and the friendship. Warmth and Light, Todd