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In Renovation of the Heart, Dallas says,
“Our soul is like a stream of water, which gives strength, direction and harmony to every other area of our life. When the stream is as it should be, we are constantly refreshed and exuberant in all we do, because our soul itself is then profusely rooted in the vastness of God and His Kingdom…and all else within us is enlivened and directed by that stream. There we are harmony with God, reality, and the rest of human nature and nature at large.”
It’s been said that the infinite need of the soul can only be satisfied by God’s infinite capacity and desire to satisfy.
The soul was designed for a habitat in which it can thrive.
Let’s dive in behind the scenes for a portion of another session from the most recent Become Good Soil Intensive.
In this episode, among other categories, I refer to an IKEA instruction manual and, by way of contrast, a powerful trailer from Gerber Knives: Hello, Trouble.
Through October 12, we are accepting applications for the next Become Good Soil Intensive. Find out more.
For the Kingdom,
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