Todd Speaks with Richard Rohr on Lectio Divina

You will notice that I was pretty overwhelmed by getting to have this conversation with Richard. Please excuse my giddiness. But, I have heard that many have found the conversation helpful for their contemplative considerations. Maybe you will too!

Thanks for listening.
In Grace,
Todd

6 thoughts on “Todd Speaks with Richard Rohr on Lectio Divina

  1. What a lovely conversation. As I sit in the evening at the Franciscan center outside Philadelphia, it was a joy to reflect t with you I the significance of election and the blessing of silence.

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  2. Beautiful message to be in Gods presence today. Even through the storms of life, like a tree to bear fruit with God.
    Mans muscle take God out.
    Be still and I know Gods presence is here, right now.

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  3. Beautiful message. Being still and knowing Gods presence. Not pretending, being in the real.
    Mans muscle throws God out of the picture. I have that foundation of Gods presence.
    Through storms, just like a tree, grow and bear fruit….
    Thank you for this lecture. It put my mind at ease. To know to put God with me through everything.

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    1. Dear Meg,
      Thank you for your note. I am so pleased that you find my podcast helpful in your walk with God! If you’re open to it, it would be nice to hear a little more about what brought you to lectio divina and/or other contemplative practices and such. You can read more about my journey on my website under Who Is Todd…Have a wonderful day.
      In Christ’s Peace with You,
      Todd

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