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Spiritual Dryness: The Symptoms, the Struggle and the Light at the End

I’m writing this blog about being vulnerable to spiritual dryness. I’m sharing my thoughts not because I have permanently overcome this but rather from my own spiritual struggle and from the struggle of others that I come across. If anything, this blog is an expression of my own wounds, failings and things that I’ve learned by His grace. I believe that our wounds during our spiritual battles are not only for us but to be shared to shed light on the spiritual path to others. I’m also writing from my understanding of the lives of the saints and those who walked the spiritual path before us: “Remember those who rule over you, who have spoken the word of God to you, whose faith follow, considering the outcome oftheirconduct” Hebrews 13:7. Everyone has probably gone through a period of spiritual dryness. These spiritually dry periods could be only a couple of days or could last a very long period of time, leaving us feeling alone, unarmed and in despair in the wilderness of our spiritual b…