This fascinating story about Mother Teresa has really stirred up interest.
Things to learn from this? First, if you journal don’t just ask people to destroy what you have written after you die, destroy them yourself. Second, discipleship to Jesus is deeper, richer and more complicated than we can imagine.
A question: What function does doubt play in your faith? Is it helpful or destructive?
“…the believer ought to acknowledge and even celebrate this dark night of the soul, understanding that this is not a threatening darkness which conceals an enemy but is rather the intimate darkness within which we embrace our faith. For when we can say that we would follow God regardless of the uncertainty involved in such a decision, then real faith is born — for love acts not when a certain set of criteria has been met, but rather because it is in the nature of love to act.” – Peter Rollins, How (Not) To Speak Of God