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Essays by KT
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Affirming Diversity
Which Way Home
Mis experiencias con español
La figura de la madre
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Manifestations of the Divine Brahma
The Six Models of the Church
Screwtape
Affirmative Action
Poverty
A Friend Is
A persuadir
Aprovecha el día
Armas de fuego
Asperger's Disorder
ASDs: Autism
Black Friday
Book Intro
Big Boys Dont Cry?
Cancion del pirata
Cell Phones
Cathedral Within
Change the World
Child Care
Civil Society
Community...
Conscience
Christian Family
Organ Donation
Deanne Bray
Don't
Time
Drug Testing
Memoria
Faith in Narnia
Fast Food?
Foundational...
Friends?
Guns and Games
Grenz Review
The Odyssey
I Am
Jesus the Christ
Keep the Laws!
Koinonia
La ciencia
La inmigración
Louis Braille
Marriage Reflection
Maria...
Media/Self-Image
Mi lugar de refugio
My Life (Erikson)
Morality
My Special Place
Ranas
Reflection -Marriage
Romance sonámbulo
Paul/Community
Public-service values
Philosophy/Christianity
Semana Santa
Smoking
Solidarity
Spe Salvi
Surprise!
Teen Suicide
Thanks/Adoration
Un Santo legendario
Better World
The Four Loves
"Jesus Freak" Picture
Mona Lupe
Mother of Jesus
Holy Eucharist
Religión en Niebla
The U.S. Economy
Todo es regalo
Trip to NY ...
True Friends
Una lección
Unlikeliest Friends
Santo legendario
Vs. and Verses
What's the Diff?
Walsh Review
Means to be Human
Million dollars
Witnesses
9/11

Holy Spirit (Part of "Book")

My fifth year of going to Steubie (2007) was amazing. There was adoration Friday as well as Saturday. And both nights I experienced it to the full. No making myself feel inspired... I WAS inspired.
"When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me. Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known." 1 Corinthians 13:11-12
Friday night during adoration I couldn't stop smiling. I've wanted to live in Never-Never Land for so long; I didn't want to grow up. This being true, I still wanted to be a better leader. God let me know that He would help me to do so. He'd help me to "grow up" and it would be okay and He'd help me become a better leader. It was the first time I felt like I could really be a leader and the first time I felt free to be completely myself. Instead of feeling like I had to follow what others were doing during praise and worship I did what I felt called to do. It was the first time I really understood the Holy Spirit and let it work through me. June 15, 2007 was the day I "became an adult", the day I "grew up". I was terrified and honestly I still am but I know that God will help me and He'll be there for me, the Holy Spirit will work through me.
All weekend He kept telling me that my future husband was there that weekend. Maybe there's a guy there that I met and I'll marry him someday but maybe He was talking about Himself and he wants me to become a nun. I don't know but I'll find out.
Saturday during adoration, as the blessed sacrament was being walked out the door I saw the robe of Jesus as though it was a ghost. It was the brightest white I'd ever seen. And as he exited the room, He promised to me as He promised to the apostles the Holy Spirit (John 14:15-31). I must go so I can send my spirit to be with you forever. Though Jesus was leaving, he sent his spirit to be with me always.

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