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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God – Video Blog # 2

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Can I know God? Check this out and see for yourself…

The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God – Video Blog # 1

posted by smcswain

These are a series of video blogs I am producing to introduce you to what I call “the sacred art of knowing God.” I hope you find them useful on your spiritual path.

The Real Meaning of Easter! Consider this…

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When you pretend to believe things you really no longer believe and you do so… …Just to please those whose friendships you’re afraid you might lose; or, because… …You fear their judgments of your admission or, worse… …The thought of […]

Destinations! Or, Today?

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It was Mark Nepo who observed, “Birds learn how to fly, never knowing where flight will take them.” I have spent the greater part of my life worrying about my destination…where the flight of my life was taking me…instead of […]

What Is the Breath of Life?

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In the Song of Creation, otherwise known as the Book of Genesis, the writer says of the first two mythical representatives of the human race, “And God breathed into their nostrils the breath of life and humans became living souls” (Gen. […]

Giving Your Attention Too Quickly to the Next Thing…

posted by smcswain

“Much of our confusion in life comes from giving our attention too quickly to the next thing…” says Mark Nepo this morning. Ah, now that touches a nerve in me. It does some of you, too. Which is precisely why, […]

So, You Want to Become a Great Leader?…Live a Successful Life?…or, Know a Meaningful Spiritual Life? Here’s How:

posted by smcswain

I coach professionals, business executives, and religious leaders all across America. There’s a little cliche, the origin of which I do not know, that goes like this: “You cannot get there from here; You can only get here from there.” […]

Do You Hear the Birds Sing?…

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Do you hear the birds singing in the quiet hours of dawn? For years, I have awakened between five and six every morning. It is my favorite time of the day. The world is filled with stillness. My mind is […]

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Contentment...In Any and All Circumstances
The spiritual teacher, Eckhart Tolle, once wrote, "Accept this moment as if you had chosen it." That's not so different, is it, from what the spiritual teacher, Saint Paul, described, when he wrote, "...I have learned how to be content with whatever I have" (Phil. 4:11)? [caption id="attachmen

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The Beliefs I Was Told I Had to Believe to Be a "Good Christian"
If you were raised in a Christian faith tradition similar to mine, you will readily recognize the following beliefs, the following worldview. If you were not, however, this will give you an idea of what I was taught to believe and what many Christians believe still. While I mention only a few below,

posted 4:22:47pm Jan. 20, 2015 | read full post »

Divine Consciousness: What "Being Saved" is Really All About
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posted 10:29:44am Jan. 16, 2015 | read full post »

Do You Have an Inner Guide?
Inner Guide? Do you have an inner guide? Yes, of course. In a few days, I will be giving the keynote talk to the Chairpersons of Departments of Communication from colleges and universities across the country. They

posted 7:50:24am Jan. 07, 2015 | read full post »

The Real Miracle of Christmas
The miracle of Christmas...the incarnation...is not that the Eternal Christ fully or exclusively indwelled Jesus but that the Eternal Christ fully and completely indwells you and me. The miracle o

posted 11:18:07am Dec. 26, 2014 | read full post »


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