60-60 Experiment

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[Cross posted from my SoulRevolution.net mini-blog. Currently on day 28 of the 60-60 Experiment.] I want to be perfect. I want God to love me because I earned it. I want to be entitled to all kinds of good things because I worked hard and did a good job. There is a whole lot of

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Things I have noticed so far: God doesn’t butt into my life. I have to choose to be involved with him. I should stop thinking of these alarms that interrupt as an intrusion. [Ironic that my alarm is interrupting this blog post, eh?] I set my cell phone calendar to chime once an hour. Now

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It’s been a rough couple of days.  I have been wrestling, fighting, struggling.  With God, with myself, with doubt and frustration, with anger, with fear.  Lots of white noise in my head. I sat down for my coffee and Bible time today and was brought to this: But now God has shown us a different

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There’s a lot going on in my head, in my life, in my spirit.  I have wanted to blog about it several times, but I don’t yet have the words. This Experiment has, so far, been the most profoundly impactful thing I’ve done.  It’s bringing things to the forefront that I haven’t really dealt with

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Wow. That’s all I can say, really. I probably won’t be posting a great deal of details about my journey. I am journaling offline. I do hope to post once in a while with any particularly impactful discoveries. I’ve been carrying around a kitchen timer all day.  It’s amazing how fast an hour can go

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“For the next 60 days, try to stay in a continuous, honest conversation with God, willing to do his will moment by moment.” — SoulRevolution.net This is the beginning of a challenge put forth by John Burke in his soon to be released book, Soul Revolution: How Imperfect People Become All God Intended. John Burke