The fourth in a series of posts on companionship and the spiritual journey.   Please pass along to those you consider companions on your journey into the fullness of God.  This follows the post: "Being human can also make us miserable, but we must not flee from our humanity" . . . Good theology teaches us that relationships are the essence of God as Trinity—that divine mystery of eternal community and companionship.

Good science agrees; contemporary cosmology tells us that relationships weave the universe together.

So, oneness with the God of the cosmos does not obliterate the need we have for one another. Instead, intimacy with God, like intimacy with others, requires relationship.

It’ll only take a single good relationship, a true spiritual companion, and you’ll know what I mean.

Companionship is the pathway to God.

To be continued . . .

AuthorChris Neufeld-Erdman