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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Let Go Let God Shine Guidance

Divine light shines in and through me as a beacon of understanding.
Until light enters a room, finding my way through the darkness can be difficult. In the same way, unless the level of my soul’s light is increased, there is little chance of discerning spiritual understanding. If I need more divine guidance, I must step up my vibrational energy and increase the light of my soul. One way I can do that is to focus the lens of my mind on a positive spiritual statement such as an affirmation or prayer throughout the day. This can serve as a mental focus to direct the energy of my soul into a greater intensity. As I shine the light of my inner being, a divine radiance begins to fill even the darkest corners of my mind and opens up my heart to greater understanding.
Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light.—Genesis 1:3

Monday, December 11, 2017

Let Go Let God in Relationships

I embrace the sacred opportunity in every relationship.
As I reflect on the relationships in my life, I appreciate their wide variety. From time spent with those I hold dear to a simple smile exchanged in the checkout line, every connection I make provides an opportunity to shine light into someone’s life—whether for an instant or a lifetime. I approach every relationship in my life aware of its sacred nature, ready to shine my Christ Light. I look for opportunities to share joy, create healthy boundaries, value the unique expression of God that each person is, and see parts of myself reflected in others. I recognize this sacred awareness in every connection I make, and I grow in Spirit. The possibility for spiritual evolution exists in every relationship I have, if I simply allow myself to see it.
Let the same mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus.—Philippians 2:5

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Let Go Let God with Hope

I behold the wonder of God.
Watching children discover the wonders of life reminds me that God is the source of life at the center of everyone. Holding this truth in mind, I know that each and every creation is precious to God. Because I know that all of nature is to be treasured, I help preserve the environment that supports the abundance of life. I honor God by honoring all creation because of our shared sacred heritage. Nothing can come between individuals or nations except our resistance to accepting who we are as God’s created. As I view the abundance and diversity of life with wonder, I take in the awesomeness of God that continues to unfold. I am eager to live from an awareness of the sacred presence that sustains all life.
Whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.—Matthew 18:5

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Let Go Let God Provide Prosperity

My life is filled with an overflowing measure of God’s goodness.
I am a beloved child of God. Rooted in this awareness, I affirm prosperity as my divine inheritance. I believe in the sufficiency of God as my source and supply. There is no good being withheld from me. My life is filled with an overflowing measure of blessings. In my daily prayers, I give thanks to God as the inexhaustible source of all life. I am grateful for divine healing energy that flows through my body. I embrace the peace that washes over me when challenges appear. I express joy-filled gratitude that my physical needs are met. Like a magnet, this practice of gratitude draws ever more abundance to me. Every spiritual desire of my heart is fulfilled.
And God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance, so that by always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good work.—2 Corinthians 9:8

Friday, December 8, 2017

Let Go Let God Forgive

I appreciate my innate capacity to forgive.
When I practice personal forgiveness, I free myself from the chains that have kept me bound to the past and I align myself with Jesus’ vision. This opens the way for me to see the glory that surrounds and fills me. I take a moment to stand in appreciation of my capacity to forgive. The choice I make to release the past is mine to make and it cannot be taken from me. Through forgiveness, I make myself available to the Divine. I am no longer distracted by the outer world for I am attuned to the presence of God. I forgive myself for holding on to limiting, false beliefs about who I am, and I let go of the past. New, bright understanding of my true nature replaces old, worn-out beliefs.
But there is forgiveness with you, so that you may be revered.—Psalm 130:4

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Let Go Let God Pray For Others

Praying for others is a double blessing.
Prayer is my time of connection with the perfect wholeness of Spirit, which is also our nature. First, I center in the perfect life and love that is the essence of my divine self. I then lift up the light of Spirit as it shines in others. I see others as they truly are, spiritually whole and free. I hold a vision of wholeness for people I don’t know, understanding the value of adding my positive energy to the greater vibration in our world. Sometimes I see the essence in others that they have forgotten or have yet to discover for themselves. If I feel they are receptive to my prayer support, I share my prayer practice with those I hold in prayer. Knowing the truth of my wholeness and then holding it for others is a double blessing.
Pray in the Spirit at all times in every prayer and supplication.—Ephesians 6:18

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Let Go, Let God

I let go and open the way to new and bountiful good.
When I clean out my closet, I get rid of material things I no longer use. In the same way, I practice letting go of ideas or habits that no longer serve me. They may have been important at one time, but my philosophy has evolved. Perhaps I’ve grown beyond an idea or inclination that no longer feeds my soul. In the practice of letting go, I take stock of what I have or what I believe or what I need. I release the intangible thoughts and habits, and in doing so, I am helping myself. As I affirm I let go and let God, I feel liberated. I no longer feel tied to any thing or thought. This act of surrender opens the way to abundant blessings. I let go; I let God work in and through me.
Put these things into practice … so that all may see your progress.—1 Timothy 4:15