Definition of Mystery:
Something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain.
Synonyms of Mystery:
Puzzle, enigma, conundrum, riddle, secret, unsolved problem, question, etc.
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Out of every season of grief or suffering, when the hand of God seemed heavy or even unjust, new lessons for living were learned, new resources of courage were uncovered, and that finally, inescapably, the conviction came that God does “move in a mysterious way His wonders to perform. –Daily Reflections | More…
The way we have been restored to our spiritual path is partly a mystery. Our willingness to accept mystery in our lives has taught us we are part of a larger whole.
There is more at work in the world than we can know. Acceptance of the larger whole restores us to health.
It was when we didn’t see our place – as part of creation – that we were in the greatest pain and difficulty. Now each day, each hour, when we remember we are not in charge, and our will is not in control, we are restored again. –Touchstones | More…
In some mysterious and wonderful way you are part of everything. And in that same mysterious and wonderful way, everything is a part of you. In order to experience this, we must be aware of how limited our senses are. –Elders Meditations
Our often unrecognized, but most powerful teachers are our women. In order for men to learn a balanced way, we need to learn from our men Elders and our women Elders. Learning from the women Elders will teach us a whole different set of values and insights to life. When we have life problems, we need to go to the grandmothers to get their advice. –Elders Meditations | More…
The mystery of sanctification is that the perfections of Jesus Christ are imparted to me, not gradually, but instantly when by faith I enter into the realisation that Jesus Christ is made unto me sanctification. Sanctification does not mean anything less than the holiness of Jesus being made mine manifestly. –My Utmost for His Highest | More…