This is a wonderful quote to sink your teeth into. If you want to gain full appreciation, read it slowly and piece by piece as you meditate on it. How much I need to practice this!!
“One barrier to intimacy with the Savior is hurriedness. Intimacy may not be rushed. To meet with the Son of God takes time. We cannot dash into his presence and choke down spiritual inwardness before we hurry to our one o’clock appointment. Inwardness is time-consuming, open only to minds willing to sample spirituality in small bites, savoring each one. Intimacy with Christ comes from entering his presence with inner peace rather than bursting into his presence from the hassles of life. A relaxed contemplation of the indwelling Christ allows for an inner communion impossible to achieve while oppressed by busyness and care. Holy living is not abrupt living. No one who hurries into the presence of God is content to remain for long. Those who hurry in, hurry out” (from Calvin Miller, “No Hurry,” in Couples’ NIV Devotional Bible, ed. staff of Marriage Partnership Magazine (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1994) p.935; as quoted from George Guthrie, “Hebrews, The NIV Application Commentary,” p.144)

“For we can do nothing against the truth, but only for the truth” (2 Corinthians13:8)
 “Porque nada podemos contra la verdad, sino por la verdad.” (2 Corintios 13:8)
Pastor James T. Cater 
Miramar Church 
6390 SW 32nd Street 
Miramar, FL 33023 
(954) 981-4677