The Sanctifying Work of Silence: The Holiness Pastor at Prayer

When we pray that paradoxical line in the Wesleyan covenant renewal service — “Let me be full, let me be empty; let me have all things, let me have nothing” — what are we asking of God? In a theological and experiential tradition that emphasizes the “full” and “all things” dimensions of holiness, silence provides the necessary counterpart for a prayer practice that sanctifies entirely. This workshop is sponsored by NTS.

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