What do you do when practicing religion feels more like a routine than anything else? Relevant Magazine recently published an article that looked into that idea, giving advice on what believers can do when their spiritual high takes a dip. Writer James Dwyer said praying, continuing to worship and staying involved in your community, among other things, can be of great help.
“By returning to the basics of our faith, the fundamentals of what we believe,” he wrote, “we open ourselves up to a fresh revelation from God — a new glimpse of His glory and majesty.”
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