Living a Spiritual Lifestyle
February 22, 2017
 Eric msg 1 
       message  selfish vs. unselfish love       
The material world is so seductive.
Through our animal nature we are wired
to stay on alert for threats,
and to constantly work on solving problems.
 
That’s the material lifestyle.
What would living a spiritual lifestyle look like?
 
I think it means to be
constantly on the alert for God’s Goodness.
Seeing Spirit at work in everything.
Praying without ceasing (or at least, when needed).
Being generous and gracious.
Calling on prayer partners for support
and borrowing other people's faith
in tough times.
 
How’s your relationship  with your Higher Self?
Spiritually oriented people
stay in close contact with the Most High.
Whether through meditation, prayer,
spiritual music or literature,
spiritual friendships or community.
People who live a spiritual lifestyle
are more adaptable to changing circumstances
in the material world.
 
You aren’t here on the earth plane
to just eat, sleep and work.
Stay in touch with the invisible side of life.


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This Sunday, February 26:  Rev. Eric - Selfish vs. Unselfish Love
Spirit of the Sound Choir is in the house!
Meditation at 10:00 am
Children's Program opens at 9:55
Celebration service at 10:30 - potluck brunch follows

 
February gift of the month club: donate used eyeglasses
for the Lions Club's Recycle for Sight program

This program supports children and adults in experiencing clear sight
by recycling, repairing, and distributing eyewear at sites around the world
which provide free screenings and evaluations.  Just bring them in as is.


 
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This Sunday, February 26 - cosponsored by Amazing Grace
3-4:30 pm Yoga with Rainey, live music by Shantala ($25)
6-8:30 pm Kirtan with Shantala & Gina Sala ($25)
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New!  Divine Dining auction - food, fun, and friendship
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Save the date: Rabbi Ted Falcon is speaking Sunday, March 5: Trick or Treat

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Sunday service at 10:30 am - prelude music starts at 10:20
Meditation 10:00-10:20
Children's program for ages 2-12 - opens at 9:55
Potluck brunch after service - please bring a dish to share

Street parking   -   Access by stairs only
Service dogs only, please, on Sundays


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Amazing Grace Spiritual Center                                                        Services 10:30 am Sunday
A Centers for Spiritual Living Church
                                                Potluck brunch 11:45
Rev. Eric O'del  206.402.2633
                                                            2007 NW 61st St  Seattle WA 98107
Rev. Colette Mercier 425.891.7892                                                   at the corner of 20th Ave NW in Ballard




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