Perhaps this is what we are given, in exchange for His physical presence as a human and divine being.
"Maybe we just did not have the inner experience to see it, or the courage to believe in such an everywhere presence and such 'easy' access to the Divine: 'You belong to Christ, and Christ belongs to God' (1 Corinthians 3:23) is an inner knowing and grounding. I cannot prove it to you; you have to go there for yourself, rest there, draw upon its truth, and then it becomes your greatest strength and deepest truth." - Richard Rohr, Adapted from The Cosmic Christ
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Everywhere, for Everyone
Richard Rohr explains the "everywhere, for everyone" nature of the Christ in this way: