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Friday, June 7, 2013

I’m not leaving the Feast, but I am calling a new place home...

Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. 
Psalsm 133:1 (KJV)

I’m not leaving the Feast, but I am calling a new place home. I’ve been invited to contribute regularly to Circles of Faith and join “friends on a mission to foster community among Christian women of all faith traditions and backgrounds through the exchange of stories and articles, blogs, events, and ministry information.” I couldn’t be happier. I asked the Lord to enlarge my territory, and He’s opening doors. I didn’t know how desperately I needed community until I fell into one; women seeking God through words, music, shared experiences. I’m just praying to be faithful, to write His Words, to challenge hearts to be still and know…
Fellowship has become my new sacrament.

I came across author Anne Lamott’s reference to the Four Immutable Laws of the Spirit, and gained a new lens through which to view the Master’s Work. They help me manage my natural impatience, being mindful that there are things I can do while awaiting His Will and His timing…
The Four Immutable Laws of the Spirit:
Whoever is present are the right people.
Whenever it begins is the right time.
Whatever happens is the only thing that could of happened.
And when it's over, it's over.

Fellowship has become my new sacrament. It is good and pleasant when we dwell together. And, no matter how impatient we are, how certain we are, it is only when the Holy Spirit moves that we should move.

These are the right people, and this is the right time. So I will make my feast movable, go there, and fellowship among the members of my new community. Thank You Lord, for moving me, for making this time, for bringing this into being.

Once a month, I’ll post there, and I’d love it if you’d follow me. Even better, why not meet me there, since there are diverse and talented women there sharing their gifts and their hearts. Consider liking us on Facebook, following us on Twitter, reading, commenting, getting involved.
So, come along, won’t you? Won’t you join me in the Circle of Faith? 

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