I Remember Now ~ The Higher Perspective ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 39

I’m so grateful and excited that Echo is beginning her new column “Higher Perspective” on this website. Living from the higher perspective of the Divine is absolutely crucial in terms of how we see and respond to the current circumstance we find ourselves in. As I wrote in an earlier post, I’m a big fan…

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I Remember Now ~ Politics And The Soul ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad. Post 37

Those who say politics and religion don’t mix, don’t understand either one. Ghandi With the Primary season upon us and the November elections approaching, I thought you would enjoy a Post about everyone’s favorite subject: Politics! Wait. What? I know. Just the word makes many of us sick in the gut. But before you stop…

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I Remember Now ~ A New Kind Of Baptism ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 36

I recently wrote and led a baptism for our friend’s child.  The baptism was held in their beautiful backyard. A traditional Baptism service of the Christian Church implies: There is something wrong with the one being baptized. They are a sinner. They need to be fixed by baptism so they can become a forgiven and…

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I Remember Now ~ The Life That Peter Built ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 34

If we’re paying attention at all, the Truth about life reveals itself to us in the most simple and profound ways. It revealed itself to me in a small, neighborhood restaurant in East Boston. About a year ago, I walked into Angela’s restaurant which is near our daughter’s home in East Boston. Angela’s is a…

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I Remember Now ~ Today Salvation Has Come ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 33

“Today Salvation Has Come” Luke 19:9 If you’re like me, you could use some salvation about now. Holy Crap. I won’t go through the litany (we all know too well) of everything coming down in this country/world. But the shooting of elementary children in Uvalde, TX, and in Buffalo NY really hit me hard. I…

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I Remember Now ~ Thoughts on Holy Week ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 32

Holy Week/Easter declares the universal, eternal nature of the soul. As I write this, we are in what the Christian Church calls Holy Week. Holy Week is the pinnacle of the Church year. As I previously wrote, I still love and am grateful for so much of what I received from the Christian Church. It raised…

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