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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Let Go Let God with Insight

I trust in my spiritual insight, and I am at peace.
 
Experience can guide me as I deal with any challenges in my life. I appreciate acquired skills and the many ways in which they serve me. Still, at times a new perspective is needed to take a fresh look for any missed opportunities or solutions. So I learn to rely on my indwelling spiritual insight—my Christ expression—to guide me to the most effective choices I can make. In experiencing Oneness with God as Source, any fears and challenges of the world are dissolved and alleviated. I am able to find both courage and peace. No proof is needed, or even possible, for my spiritual insight. I simply trust, and I am at peace.
When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all the truth; for he will not speak on his own, but will speak whatever he hears, and he will declare to you the things that are to come.—John 16:13

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Let Go Let God with Purpose

I am a divinely created being with purpose and potential.
 
There are times when I may ask myself, What is my purpose? What contribution do I make to the world? In these moments, I remember that I am a unique creation of God. There is no one in the world who looks, thinks, and acts exactly like me. My uniqueness is my contribution. I have much to offer the world and much to give. I do this by expressing my opinions and values and sharing my voice and creativity in positive ways. I am here to be me. If I feel unsure or doubtful, I remind myself that I have unlimited potential. In the face of pure love, doubt recedes and my purpose is revealed. I step forward in faith as an active participant in life and simply be me—a divinely created being with purpose and potential.

The Lord will fulfill his purpose for me; your steadfast love, O Lord, endures forever.—Psalm 138:8

Friday, February 16, 2018

Let Go Let God as Compassion

I am a channel of compassion for myself and others.
 
Spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle said of human nature that if we believe in our judgments of others then we treat those people as if those judgments are true. I may not be aware of my criticisms. It may be a signal that I need healing, compassion, and an open mind. If this happens, I go to my heart and open a channel for compassion. I become aware of the things we have in common: the need to be accepted and to belong, people we care about, dreams, and goals. I understand that, beneath our differences, we are the same precious children of God—perfect, complete, and whole. I treat them as I would like to be treated, and pray for their needs and dreams—for all the peace, love, and abundance they desire.
Every generous act of giving ... is from above, coming down from the Father of lights.—James 1:17

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Let Go Let God Live an Inspired Life

I am living a fully inspired life.
 
I make a habit of pausing at the start of the day to remember who I am in Truth. Sometimes I reflect on the qualities of the Divine, such as compassion, goodness, and beauty. I acknowledge the presence and power of my divine identity within my consciousness. I remind myself that I am made in the image of God, and I rejoice in the presence of these spiritual qualities as my being. Rumi’s words remind me, “You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” When I am established in faith, I see the beauty and magnificence of the Divine reflected to me wherever I look. When I say Yes! to the sacredness of my being, I open myself to living an inspired life.

Be renewed in the spirit of your minds, and to clothe yourselves with the new self, created according to the likeness of God.—Ephesians 4:23-24

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Let Go Let God Follow the Heart

Possibilities become realities as I live in the awareness of my divine potential.
 
When I think, speak, and act from my awareness of God’s presence within, I do so with confidence. Living in the moment, I feel alive to the presence of divine life. Such an awareness prompts me to start laying a foundation for my heart’s desire. I build on that foundation, considering different options and following through on what feels right for me. Perhaps I want to make better use of my talents or skills in a career choice or as a volunteer. Of course, just wishing won’t bring results. I have work to do, but the work itself brings me satisfaction. A gentle assurance emanating from the depths of my soul sets me on the path of progress. Possibilities become realities as I live in the awareness of my divine potential.

To set the mind on the Spirit is life and peace.—Romans 8:6

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Let Go Let God Breathe in Inner Peace

I relax and breathe in the peace of God.
 
Throughout Jesus’ ministry, he taught that the kingdom of God exists within every person. When I accept this truth, I become consciously aware of the presence of God within me. Although the world may present me with situations that are out of my control, I can choose to experience inner peace. To center myself in this awareness, I practice thinking and speaking affirmations of peace. I use prayer and meditation to help me connect my entire being to the peace within me. No matter where I am or what I am doing, I can pause to relax and breathe in the peace of God. In doing so, I open myself up to health and wellness in mind, body, and spirit.
I have said this to you, so that in me you may have peace. In the world you face persecution. But take courage; I have conquered the world!—John 16:33

Monday, February 12, 2018

Let Go Let God in World Peace

Open to infinite love, I practice peace.
 
An awakening to the love of God as a Presence within all and the Power to overcome all is the strong foundation for peace in the world. One by one, we build on this foundation. Love is patient. As individuals and as leaders of countries, we listen to one another. We acquaint ourselves with the views and needs of others. Our understanding moves us beyond what is exclusive to what is inclusive. Love is kind. Thinking and speaking the best about others initiates a similar response. The gentleness conveyed envelops others—whether in person or afar. Love calls on us to want and do the best for all. Open to infinite love, I practice peace.

Love is patient; love is kind ... It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things.—1 Corinthians 13:4, 7