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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Let Go Let God Forgive

I open my heart to God and freely forgive.
 
Making mistakes or errors in judgment can happen. Anytime that I find myself in that position, I hope and pray that others find it in their hearts to forgive me. I extend that same courtesy as well. Am I forgiving the errors of others? Can I be free of resentment and forgive people whom I feel have wronged me? With God as my source, I am compassionate and understanding. I view situations from a higher perspective. I release negative thoughts and replace them with positive ones that heal and renew. What a joy it is to release old resentments and embrace new relationships through the power of forgiveness.
“How often should I forgive? As many as seven times?” Jesus said to him, “Not seven times, but I tell you, seventy-seven times.”—Matthew 18:21-22

Monday, November 20, 2017

Let Go Let God through Inner Peace

I center myself in the presence of infinite peace.
 
At the end of the day, when I am alone with my thoughts, do they stray to what I should have, would have, or could have done differently? Rather than wasting time reflecting on the past and what cannot be changed, I center myself in the presence of pure, infinite peace. Peace is my natural state of being and when circumstances threaten to disrupt that sense of well-being, I turn within to reconnect with my spiritual nature. There I find the serenity I seek. I am filled with a steady flow of spiritual energy and strength that enables me to relax, rest, and renew. I let go of the should-haves and embrace the possibilities that are before me. I quiet my heart and mind by centering myself in the presence of infinite peace.
To set the mind on the Spirit is life and peace. —Romans 8:6

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Let Go Let God Express Grace

In grace, I release every sense of limitation.
 
The spiritual idea of grace is often considered in terms of related words such as gracious and graceful . They suggest a sense of grace as a quiet state of consciousness that helps to create an easy, peaceful life experience. Grace can be all of that, but it is so much more! Grace is the power I lovingly convey whenever I recognize and express my Christ Presence. The Bible reminds me that Stephen—one of the earliest converts—being “full of grace and power, did great wonders and signs among the people.” In expressing the quality of grace, I find the clarity, peace, and power to accomplish the spiritual work that is mine to create. In grace, I release every sense of limitation.
For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under law but under grace.—Romans 6:14

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Let Go Let God there is Potential

In the void lies the potential for everything.
 
Some days, my life may seem unchanging. I may feel stuck in a transition in my life, in between what was and what is yet to be. I begin to wonder what Spirit has for me to be and do. Turning my thoughts to Spirit, I calm my questioning mind and remember the beginning of everything is nothingness. When nothing is certain, everything is possible. I treasure my time in the sacred silence of prayer and meditation. Setting aside any worry or convictions about what should be happening, I create space for the emerging good Spirit has for me. Open and receptive to divine nudges, I take action on my guidance and new paths open before me. I am content in the stillness, confident in the divine potential within me to take shape and appear.
In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, the earth was a formless void.—Genesis 1:1

Friday, November 17, 2017

Let Go Let God Have Faith

I have mountain-moving faith!
 
I believe beyond any doubt that Spirit within guides me to my highest and best. As I face challenges, I remain faith-filled that I have all I need to meet and exceed any difficulty. Jesus said that faith the size of a mustard seed could move mountains. With my faith, I am able to discern what is mine to do. I am not discouraged or dissuaded by the opinions of others. Rather, I look within to the guidance of Spirit, and I listen in the Silence with an open mind. I know all things are possible, so I look beyond current circumstances to the higher Truth of my being. I have mountain-moving faith to do whatever I am called to do in the most positive ways for the highest good.
For truly I tell you, if you have faith the size of a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, “Move from here to there,” and it will move.—Matthew 17:20

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Let Go Let God Listen

My life is guided by the eternal, loving voice of God-life within.
 
In the Gospel narratives, Jesus frequently begins and ends parables with the command, “Listen!” It is a call to not only hear the messages with our ears, but to listen with spiritual understanding. I pray to lift myself into a state of conscious awareness with God so that I may truly listen to what is being spoken. I take time apart from my daily activities in the world to center myself in silent prayer. I pray not in supplication but from a desire to fully understand my own completeness and spiritual nature. When I listen to life using my divine inner guidance, I hear the inner calling of God whisper sweetly to me. I listen for spiritual understanding, for wisdom, and for divine ideas. My life is guided by the eternal, loving voice of God-life within.
Let anyone with ears listen!—Matthew 11:15

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Let Go Let God as a Mentor

Encouraging and nurturing others brings me joy.
 
Throughout our lives we will find people who make impacts in meaningful ways. Their wisdom and knowledge comes from their own experiences that they willingly share to benefit others. I, too, can offer a helping hand to someone else when I accept the role of being a mentor. Recognizing that caring and nurturing my fellow human beings is a sacred responsibility, I remain patient, kind, and compassionate. ­­I impart knowledge, always encouraging others to stretch their wings and to step out with faith and confidence. The challenge to learn and grow is made easier with self-confidence and faith. As I watch those I mentor excel and see their abilities grow, I am filled with joy and gratitude for the opportunity to be of service.
Give instruction to the wise, and they will become wiser still.—Proverbs 9:9