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In this month’s episode of Friends in For­ma­tion, Richel­la, James, and Nate answer lis­ten­er ques­tions about wrestling with unhealthy views of God, habits that can help us read deeply, and whether to pray for some­one’s heal­ing right away, or only after feel­ing led to do so.

Show Notes

[1:10] A.W. Toz­er opens his Knowl­edge of the Holy with, What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most impor­tant thing about us.” Dal­las Willard wrote that if our view of God does not allow us to whol­ly give our­selves to God in love, you need to rethink your the­ol­o­gy until it does. Ques­tion: what sig­nif­i­cant view of God have you wres­tled with successfully?

[14:59] Have you expe­ri­enced inte­gra­tion over the years in your writ­ten con­ver­sa­tions: in devo­tion­al read­ing, in jour­nal­ing… and in the two intertwined?

[28:02] Should you wait until you feel led to pray for some­one’s heal­ing, or should you jump right in and just do it?


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