From Catherine de Hueck Doherty:
God gives it to me saying, “I love you. Do you love me back? Come
and follow me in the darkness. I want to know if you are ready to go into the
things that you do not see yet, on faith alone.”
Then you look at God, or at what you think is God in
your mind, and you say, “Look, this is fine, but you're inviting me to what? An
emptiness? A nothingness? There is nothing to see. I cannot touch you. I cannot
feel you.” Then God goes on to say, “I invite you to a relationship of love; your
love of me, my love of you.”
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