Sunday Service Videos September 29, 2013— “That Inner Voice”

The monthly service theme for September, 2013, is “Hearing Your Voice.” Here are the links and players to the videos from Sunday, September 29, 2013, “That Inner Voice.”

Stefan Mitchell Song “Last Song”

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Erin McGaughan Sings “Forever”


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Erin McGaughan Sings “I Am that I Am”


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Erin McGaughan Sings “All Night All Day”


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Stefan Mitchell Sings “So the World May Hear”


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Sermon by Rev. Karen Lindvig: “That Inner Voice”


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Stefan Mitchell Song “Never Get the Chance”


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About the Sermon

Rev. Karen explores inner voices, their range of expressions, and how to know when ones are providing divine guidance towards one’s true life expression. Karen uses several ways of illustrating how to grow in this way: her own personal experiences of finding her voice; the story of Elijah finding the power of the inner whisper; and the story of Johnnie Woods expressing her story of providing hospice care, told live by Johnnie herself; the important idea about divine guidance in James 3:17: But the wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without a trace of partiality or hypocrisy.”

Key quotations related to this sermon:

I Kings 19:12 “And after the earthquake a fire; but the Lord was not in the fire: and after the fire a still small voice.”

Joan Sotkin: “Your Inner Voice comes from the part of you that can see the bigger picture and helps guide you towards your true life expression. Your Inner Voice understands its connection to the All There Is and feels the oneness of all creation.”

Milena Rimpeva: “Your inner voice is very quiet… it is not a voice, but a kind of a feeling, like an inner state of soul comfort.”

Key ideas related to this sermon:

1. We have a chorus of thoughts and inner voices. We have an inner cheerleader that says, “you can do it”, and the critical parent that says, “Stop right there.” We have the voice of the ego that says, “What about me?”

2. Discerning between these voices takes focus and listening.

3. The Inner Voice will guide us to goodness, wholeness and healing.