• David Carlson

805: “We are in God and God whom we do not see is in us.” -- Julian of Norwich

Day 805: Monday, May 30, 2022

“We are in God and God whom we do not see is in us.”

-- Julian of Norwich


Jacqueline and David have begun their pilgrimage and traveled through the town of Norwich England on their way to catch a ferry to the French port of Calais. Jacqueline visited the church of Julian of Norwich and gifted us with several photos. Thank you Jacqueline and David!


“For we are so preciously loved by God that we cannot even comprehend it. No created being can ever know how much and how sweetly and tenderly God loves them. It is only with the help of his grace that we are able to persevere in spiritual contemplation with endless wonder at his high, surpassing, immeasurable love which our Lord in his goodness has for us.”

-- Julian of Norwich



“Truth sees God, and wisdom contemplates God, and from these two comes a third, a holy and wonderful delight in God, who is love.”

-- Julian of Norwich




“And in this he showed me a little thing, the quantity of a hazel nut, lying in the palm of my hand, as it seemed. And it was as round as any ball. I looked upon it with the eye of my understanding, and thought, ‘What may this be?’ And it was answered generally thus, ‘It is all that is made.’ I marveled how it might last, for I thought it might suddenly have fallen to nothing for littleness. And I was answered in my understanding: It lasts and ever shall, for God loves it. And so have all things their beginning by the love of God.

In this little thing I saw three properties.

The first is that God made it.

The second that God loves it.

And the third, that God keeps it.”

“The fullness of joy is to behold God in everything. God is the ground, the substance, the teaching, the teacher, the purpose, and the reward for which every soul labors.”

-- Julian of Norwich




“Pray, even if you feel nothing, see nothing. For when you are dry, empty, sick or weak, at such a time is your prayer most pleasing to God, even though you may find little joy in it. This is true of all believing prayer.”

-- Julian of Norwich





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