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CAH02 Come and See

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Hello friends

In this episode we pray with John 1:35-39, when John the Baptist points his friends to Jesus. “Look!” says John, “Behold! Here is the Lamb of God!”


The friends, of course, are compelled to follow, and when they ask Jesus where he is staying, he says to them “Come and see.”

May you have the grace to be deeply present as you listen.

Every blessing.

This is the re-publication of an episode that was published in 2014 under the name Lectio Divina Podcast.

CAH 01 Introduction

Hello friends!

Here we are… at the launch of the Contemplative at Home podcast.

Thank you to all of you who  listened to the pilot episodes which I published last year under the name “Lectio Divina Podcast”. Your encouragement and feedback has led to the launch of re-named Contemplative at Home Podcast. Thank you so much for being here thus far. Your companionship is a gift.

To those of you who are new, you are warmly welcome! If you’d like to some background on the way we pray here or are curious as to what this is all about, you might find this episode a helpful place to start.

In this episode you will hear:

– about the contemplative prayer method used in this podcast

– why I’m taking the time to publish these podcasts

– how to get the most out of the prayer experience

Following from here, I hope to publish a new prayer session at the end of each week.

I very much offer all the efforts of this project to the Lord, for His glory. I trust that it will find its way into the right ears and hearts at the right time.

As Paul wrote to the Corinthians: “All who contemplate the Lord’s glory with unveiled faces, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.” 2 Cor 3:18 NIV  And to that, all I can say is “Yes, please!! Let’s pray!”

Every blessing, friends.