THE CLOUD OF UNKNOWING - CHAPTER 31

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if it so be that thy foredone special deeds will always press in thy remembrance betwixt thee and thy God, or any new thought or stirring of any sin either, thou shalt stalwartly step above them with a fervent stirring of love, and tread them down under thy feet.

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exchange our ego for God's

To enter into this type of work for the church the monks had to empty themselves of all good deeds as well as sinful deeds. To be pure of heart and soul. My work in this area has been done without such a pure heart. However God seems to accept me just the same. The work needed to constantly purge ourselves would require living in a monastery. Still we can contemplate and empty ourselves of our ego and fill ourselves with the loving light of God.

Lou Craddock

Lou Craddock




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