Lisa Cameron
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“We Are Made for the Beloved”
Week 2
Threshold Moment

A Christian mystic of the 14th century, Julian of Norwich, lived during one of the worst centuries of human history, including the black death pandemic that wiped out millions of people, famines, floods, war, and corruption. In her writing, she addresses what she believed to be at the root of suffering–the misplaced idea of God’s rejection. This allows yourself to connect with the God who loves you and all of creation. Take time to bask in the warmth of God’s love as your contemplative practice this week inviting us to be healed for the truth we have forgotten that we are deeply loved.

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