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02.06.22 Video "Ask Not What the Holy Spirit Can Do for You - Ask What You Can Do for the Holy Spirit"

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As we progress in our practice of A Course in Miracles we begin to realize some subtle shifts in our awareness. One thing that happens is that we realize that the miracles we ask for are not just for ourselves. We see the impact they have on others sometimes in ways we could never imagine. Consequently, our faith in our oneness grows and belief in our apparent separateness diminishes. We then accept our special function to be the servant of the Holy Spirit. 24 min. SUBSCRIBE & SHARE

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Rev. Peter Graham

Rev. Peter Graham is CMC Minister #40. He was ordained on Feb. 23, 2002. He serves on the CMC Board of Directors as Secretary. He facilitates the CMC's Thursday "LGBTQ and Beyond" Zoom! 7 p.m. (Pac.) meeting. Zoom ID: 442 048 698

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