Archive for March, 2010

By Keith Miller | March 30, 2010

Don’t Shut Down the Fire Alarm, Find the Fire!

Dear Keith, I’ve been troubled a lot with anxiety lately and seem to be having more problems with my relationships recently.  I have made a commitment to Christ and asked God for the filling of the Holy Spirit and I have done everything my friends have told me to do to get rid of this […]

By Keith Miller | March 24, 2010

When God Is Silent

Keith, what can I do when my prayers are boring—even to me? How can I pray more attentively in a way that leads toward the transformation of my real life? Years ago, when I first began taking a life of communicating with God seriously, I felt uneasy with silence while praying. So I filled most […]

By Keith Miller | March 16, 2010

A Split Second of Clarity

Last November I had surgery at a day-surgery center, under a general anesthetic and then went home after a few hours.  I always clearly request “no narcotics,” for pain relief, since I have had severe problems with certain drug reactions in the past—both in and out of medical situations.  But the new drug seemed to […]

By Keith Miller | March 1, 2010

Content with Who You Are

Keith, my problem is that my spouse says that I am selfish, but I buy her nice clothes and presents of jewelry, etc.  I even joined the church because she wanted me to.  And I know a lot of men don’t do things like that.  But in spite of everything I do, she is very […]

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