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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Let Go Let God Provide Answers

Whatever the question, love is my answer.

From time to time, I may encounter difficulty in my relationships. If I consider another person a problem in my life, I have the opportunity to change that perception. Love is the law and the fulfillment of law. God is love, and love is the answer to all discord and disappointment.
I put aside any doubts, fears or judgments about others. Even if the choice feels difficult, I choose love. God always meets me more than halfway, giving me the courage and strength to live with an open heart.
Whenever there is a call for love, I answer with loving-kindness. As love flows from me, the energy of love surrounds me and others. I am filled with abundant life and joy when I love unconditionally.
He said to him, “You have given the right answer; do this, and you will live.”—Luke 10:28

Monday, July 30, 2012

Let Go Let God Claim Prosperity

Through my connection with God, all my needs are abundantly met.

Signs of prosperity abound—trees full with fruit, countless stars shining in the sky, myriad wildflowers carpeting roadside fields. I can choose to notice and appreciate these signs of abundance or I can seek and find evidence of lack.
If I allow my mind to dwell on thoughts of limitation, I invite feelings of deprivation. Instead, I fill my mind with the awareness of God’s presence, and I focus on abundant good. I think about the people I have loved, the kindnesses I have received, and the opportunities I have been given. The more I think about how prosperous I am, the more prosperous I feel. The more prosperous I feel, the more willing I am to claim the prosperity that is mine by divine birthright.
For to those who have, more will be given, and they will have an abundance.—Matthew 13:12

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Let Go Let God in Joy

The Christ Light fills my heart with joy.

When my joy emanates from the Christ within, it is unwavering and infused with wondrous power. The Christ Light—the Spirit of joy enthroned in my heart—brings eternal joy and happiness. It radiates from the center of my being to the very circumference of my world. Outer conditions do not affect such joy, for it has its foundation and substance in God.
Joy welling up from my heart quickens my mind, animates my body, and shines its rays of gladness into my environment. Joy produces order and satisfaction in my life.
I keep my Christ Light shining by using it, by daily drawing more of its essence from God within, and by letting it shine into the world to bless others. The joy of Christ is mine now and always.
You will have joy and gladness.—Luke 1:14

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Let Go Let God Be Free

I am one with God, and I am free!

A skein of geese gliding against a clear blue sky is a simple image of freedom. Their V-shaped formation points to their destination. How often do I yearn for that same sense of freedom?
In Truth, I am free. I may not physically fly above the trees, but I have the freedom of Spirit that allows me to choose my path. I can focus on where I have been, where I am, or where I want to go. I can hold on to fearful thoughts or open my mind to unlimited possibilities.
I choose to allow the spirit of God within to guide me to greater freedom than I can imagine. I am free to live, learn and enjoy all the wonders of this life. I am one with God—no greater freedom exists.
For freedom Christ has set us free. Stand firm … do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.—Galatians 5:1

Friday, July 27, 2012

Let Go Let God Pray for Others

Our prayers have power.

When I pray affirmatively, I create a sacred and powerful prayer consciousness. In this awareness, I stand in the Truth of my Being. I acknowledge the impact prayer has on my body, mind and soul. I witness the power of prayer in my life.
I then open my heart to pray for others. I hold humankind in my heart, for we are one. Each person is my brother, sister, a loved one. Prayer unites us in sacred communion with God and one another.
Prayer consciousness spans the globe, and our prayers are powerful. We pray for peace, wholeness and love. We share prayers of thanksgiving and 123456789-affirmations of Truth, and lives are transformed.
Brothers and sisters, pray for us, so that the word of the Lord may spread rapidly and be glorified everywhere, just as it is among you.—2 Thessalonians 3:1

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Let Go Let God Find Inner Peace

I am in harmony with the serenity in my soul.

Good communication is vital in any relationship; however, with the abundance of media channels available these days, I could easily find myself in “communication overload” with little time for contemplation and silence.
To release any overwhelming feelings and reconnect with my spiritual nature, I take time to attune to the peace of God that is always within me. Several times a day, I take a break to become still and get in touch with the peace of my soul. A wonderful feeling of relaxation flows through my body as I silently rest in the presence of absolute peace.
This blessed awareness of inner peace stays with me as I move throughout my day. I am refreshed and ready for what is mine to do.
My presence will go with you, and I will give you rest.—Exodus 33:14

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Let Go Let God in Love Overflowing

God’s love fills me and overflows from me.

I spend this day in appreciation of God’s infinite love, freely given and gratefully received. As I share kindness and compassion with others, I am an instrument of Divine Love.
Divine Love expresses through me as not only love for family and friends, but also love for those more challenging. Every person is a spiritual being deserving of love and kindness.
God’s love is unconditional, without judgment or expectations. As I allow this love to fill my heart, I also relinquish judgment. I embrace unconditional love that heals all hurt. As I share the love of God, I give and receive the greatest gift of all.
This is my prayer, that your love may overflow more and more with knowledge and full insight.—Philippians 1:9

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Let Go Let God Provide Empowerment

I choose words that empower.

If I am worried about future circumstances or doubting my present good, I recognize that I am responsible for the thoughts I hold and the words I speak.
Is my self-talk negative or worrisome, or uplifting and empowering? Am I steadfast in honoring the presence of God within or is my faith wavering? The choice is mine. I direct the power of my thoughts and words.
I consciously choose to think and speak uplifting words of Truth and gratitude to myself and others. As I do, my concerns dissipate and my faith is strengthened.
I shift my consciousness and empower myself and others as I radiate hope and inspiration.
On the day I called, you answered me, you increased my strength of soul.—Psalm 138:3

Monday, July 23, 2012

Let Go Let God in Faith

My faith works at all times for my highest good.
Charles Fillmore once wrote, “Faith in the reality, power and willingness of the mental and spiritual forces is absolutely necessary to one who expects to succeed in demonstrating the higher law.”
I have faith in my God-given abilities, which cause the very power of God to work in and through me. I have faith that with God, I can accomplish whatever I undertake.
My faith works! When I remember that the power of God is at work within me, I can do anything. I do not block the power of God working in and through me in any way.
Faith is an action. Having faith makes me more optimistic, healthier and more prosperous. My faith opens the way to realizing my highest good.
Show me your faith apart from your works, and I by my works will show you my faith.—James 2:18

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Let Go Let God Forgive

I forgive as I grow in love and compassion.

As part of its growth, the locust sheds its old skin, releasing it to enter a new phase of life. In the same way, some of my old beliefs may limit me, like a skin grown too tight. If I believe others have kept me from God’s good, it may be time to release these old beliefs and forgive.
The spirit of God fills me with unconditional love as I let go of thoughts of anger or hurt which no longer serve me. God loves me, protects me and provides for my every need. Nothing can change this eternal love.
I accept the grace of forgiveness and forgive myself and all others. I grow in love and compassion as I move forward on my spiritual journey.
Neither is new wine put into old wineskins; … but new wine is put into fresh wineskins, and so both are preserved.—Matthew 9:17

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Let Go Let God Give Comfort

Thank You, God, for Your abiding love.

When change happens suddenly or dramatically, I remind myself that I am never alone—the love of God is with me and within me. While the circumstances of life are transitory, God’s love is eternal and enduring.
As I give myself time to adapt to changes in the outer world, I enter into a holy time of inner reflection. I feel the strength and love of God supporting me. I experience God’s love in the midst of challenging circumstances. God is my source of strength, peace and wisdom.
Through times of change and all of life, I am comforted and sustained by the love of God within.
Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change.–Psalm 46:2

Friday, July 20, 2012

Let Go Let God Honor World Peace.

I affirm peace on planet Earth.

What a beautiful, diverse planet this is! From dense rainforest to neatly mown lawns; from microscopic insects to enormous mammals; from deep-swimming sea life to high-flying birds—each exemplifies the creative energy of God.
Divine creativity is also within me and within all humanity, and I celebrate each unique contribution. Just as diverse wildlife co-exists naturally, so can human beings from all walks of life. I affirm balance and peace on planet Earth as we celebrate our diversity.
When differences arise, I look for what I might learn from others. I honor our diversity, knowing God is the underlying energy out of which all creation arises.
The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world, and those who live in it.—Psalm 24:1

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Let Go Let God Be Worry-Free

Life works better when I worry less and pray more.
One of the quickest ways to sap my vitality is to keep fretting over a prickly situation. Hanging my head in despair will not solve anything; it just leaves me feeling more stressed.
Life works better when I choose to worry less and pray more. I don’t pretend a challenge doesn’t exist—I simply stay open to possible solutions. When I pray, I redirect my focus from the difficulty to the possibility. I turn to my inner wisdom for a divine solution.
I embrace the Truth that I am wise, capable, spiritually equipped and divinely supported at all times. With this prayer-soaked consciousness, I experience results that unfold perfectly for me and all concerned.
Can any of you by worrying add a single hour to your span of life?—Luke 12:25

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Let Go Let God with Grace

I move with ease and grace through my life.

What makes a swan gliding across a lake the picture of grace? Is it the beauty it so generously shares? Is it the quiet movement that does not disturb the water yet propels the swan to reach the distant shore?
I am that swan when I center my thoughts on the Christ of my being and surrender to the gentle power of Spirit. I give from the beauty of love and wisdom within me as I speak words of encouragement or reach out to another in compassion.
Centered in peace, I am undisturbed by any outer appearance of seeming disorder. I remain at peace as I take a cleansing breath. Whatever arises, I move through it with ease and grace.
We were gentle among you, like a nurse tenderly caring for her own children.—1 Thessalonians 2:7

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Let Go Let God with Clarity

I am centered in God and maintain a clear vision.

When I clean a window or mirror, I am instantly amazed at how clear my view becomes. The same principle applies when I remove obstacles in my mind. If I am unable to see my way through troubling circumstances, my perspective may be clouded by uncertainty, negativity or self-doubt. As I remove these obstacles, my vision clears, and I more readily see the truth of the situation.
To achieve clarity of thought, I relax into the presence of God in prayer. I release fear and doubt and open my heart and mind to Divine Mind. Centered in God within, I make decisions more easily and confidently. I maintain a clear vision.
Then Jesus laid his hands on his eyes again; and he looked intently and his sight was restored, and he saw everything clearly.—Mark 8:25

Monday, July 16, 2012

Let Go Let God in Kindness

I am loving and generous, helpful and considerate.
God is love, and I am a creation of that love. Through kind words and deeds, I give to others from the love of God within.
Love motivates my actions toward others. I ask myself, What is the kind thing to do? Kindness creates a heart-to-heart connection with others. The power of kindness is an extraordinary power for good. My words and tone convey encouragement, support, inspiration and comfort. As I tap into my innate sacredness, I am guided by love and take part in the flow of unlimited blessings.
Abiding in the consciousness of divine love, I am ready to let it fully express through me.
Whoever gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones … truly I tell you, none of these will lose their reward.—Matthew 10:42

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Let Go Let God Provide Healing

I am one with the energizing life of God.

In this moment, I pause to focus on the healing presence of God within. I relax in body and mind. With each calming breath, I feel tension subside and concerns drift away. I release any thoughts of illness or fear, denying them power over me. In their place, I affirm the flow of divine life, cleansing, renewing and healing me.
I am one with the very life and substance of God. With this realization, I relax even more deeply and allow my whole being to rest in the healing peace that is within.
From this moment, I go forth with new life, energy, faith and gratitude. I give thanks for renewal, healing, peace and the restoring activity of divine life flowing through me.
Peace, peace, to the far and the near, says the Lord; and I will heal them.—Isaiah 57:19

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Let Go Let God with Wonder

With childlike joy, I experience the wonder of God each day.

Children’s stories are filled with wonder, excitement and unlimited possibilities. In these tales, I can travel to distant lands, become an inventor who makes the world a better place, or turn into a superhero who saves others. As I think of stories from my childhood, I am reminded of the wonder-filled part of me—the part of me that believes in unlimited possibilities. I can keep that childlike sense of awe by simply choosing to do so. I can look with wonder at the world around me. I can choose to wake up each morning with a positive outlook and an expectant attitude. I can choose to see the beauty in every face, every aspect of nature, every goal and dream. As I nurture this sense of wonder in each thought and action, my life is transformed.
You are the God who works wonders.—Psalm 77:14

Friday, July 13, 2012

Let Go Let God in Renewal

My entire being is renewed when I open to divine ideas.

Familiar patterns of thinking, like favorite old shoes, are comfortable and easy to slip into. Yet if they no longer fit, they need to be released.
If I notice familiar thought patterns of judgment or worry, I can release them as easily as I release outworn shoes. They may have served me in the past, but now I am ready to move on. I let them go and prepare for a new way of thinking and being.
As I release negative thought patterns, I embrace divine ideas of light, love, life and peace. My mind and heart fill with gratitude for the many ways God blesses me, and my life is renewed.
You were taught … to be renewed in the spirit of your minds and to clothe yourselves with the new self, created according to the likeness of God.—Ephesians 4:22-24

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Let Go Let God in Harmony

Expressing the divinity within, I experience harmony with others.

If I have a disagreement with someone, I do not shut down or lash out. I remember I have the power to defuse any impassioned feelings that may be building.
In prayer, I bring the other person to mind. As I inhale, I breathe in spiritual attributes of God, such as unconditional love, patience or understanding. As I exhale, I direct those blessings toward the other person. My breathing slows. I feel calm; irritation melts away.
This pause for peace brings me into harmony with the Divine and, consequently, into harmony with the person concerned. I am more able to discern spiritually-inspired solutions and better able to communicate them in clear, positive and respectful ways.
Render in your gates judgments that are true and make for peace.—Zechariah 8:16

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Let Go Let God I am Protected

I am safely centered in God.

Spirit within guides my steps and lights my way. I am protected at all times, safe and secure in the all-encompassing presence of God.
Circumstances in the outer world cause me no fear, because my heart is full of God’s love, full of God’s presence. I acknowledge this powerful Presence, give thanks and center myself in its peace.
Where love, peace and confidence prevail, no harm can enter. God within me is a fortress of power and protection. My thoughts are positive and my words affirmative as I recognize my security in God within. I am calm and self-assured, helping others to feel safe and secure as well.
The name of the Lord is a strong tower; the righteous run into it and are safe.—Proverbs 18:10

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Let Go Let God in Prayer Practice

Prayer fills me with awareness of God’s omnipresence.

I needn’t wait for the perfect time to pray. I can pray aloud or silently anytime during the day or night. My prayers are my awareness of the omnipresence of God during good times and challenging times.
In prayer, I become still and centered. I retreat into the sacred silence within. I don’t need a special place or specific words. Prayer is communion with my Creator, and I pray from an attitude of gratitude and reverence for all life.
I become fluent in prayer as the sacred language of my soul, and I pray with ease—as naturally as I breathe in and out. Stilling my thoughts and being fully attuned to the presence of God, I am a conduit of prayer. When my prayer practice is more about being than doing, my life becomes a prayer.
Be still, and know that I am God!—Psalm 46:10

Monday, July 9, 2012

Let Go Let God Provide Guidance

One with the mind of God, I am clearly guided.
If in the past I have sought God’s guidance only for major life decisions or in times of crisis, I remind myself that no need or situation is too small for divine direction.
During my routine activities, I periodically pause to quiet my thoughts and open myself to divine ideas, wisdom and guidance. I turn my attention inward and silently affirm: God is with me always and in all things. Affirming this short statement of Truth opens me to receive whatever I need. An inner knowing may come in this very moment or unfold over time.
Whether my day is crowded with work and appointments or spent in quiet solitude, I am receptive to divine guidance. I live today with the confidence and joy of knowing the mind of God is active within me.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart.—Proverbs 3:5

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Let Go Let God Attract Abundant Good

With intention and faith, I attract abundant good into my life.

Whether I desire a loving relationship, a new job, a healthier lifestyle or a greater realization of God, the good I seek is also seeking me. An author once wrote, “Desire in the heart is always God tapping at the door of your consciousness … It is the first approach of the thing itself striking you that makes you desire it, or even think of it at all.”
I am encouraged and inspired by this statement of Truth. My heart’s desires are within reach. Communing with God through prayer, I welcome the good unfolding in and through me. As I take each step toward my heart’s desires, I am patient, confident and trusting. I attract abundant good.
These are the ones who, when they hear the word, hold it fast in an honest and good heart, and bear fruit with patient endurance.—Luke 8:15

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Let Go Let God Provide Rejuvenation

I am renewed and refreshed through my awareness of God.

Taking a dip in a refreshing pool … sipping an ice cold drink on a hot day … enjoying a brisk, energizing walk …. These experiences rejuvenate me in mind and body. What rejuvenates me spiritually? What helps me connect in oneness with God?
I feel spiritually rejuvenated when I read inspirational material, spend time in the Silence, attend a worship service, and celebrate my faith with others. These experiences and more help me feel connected to God within. They renew and refresh my mind, body and spirit.
Becoming aware of my oneness with God is perhaps the most rejuvenating experience I can have, and today I embrace that experience fully.
Be renewed in the spirit of your minds.–Ephesians 4:23

Friday, July 6, 2012

Let Go Let God Be Light

I make a positive difference. I am the light of the world!

We all have an inner light seeking outward expression. We all want to make a posi­tive difference in the world. Jesus told his followers: “You are the light of the world.” I reflect on this teaching and remember I am a light to others who can benefit from my gifts.
The indwelling presence of Spirit shines in me. As I give of myself, the world is a brighter place. I help turn challenges into hope and opportunity. I contribute my insight and understanding to counteract ignorance.
My light shines as I show others patience, consideration and love. I volunteer my time and energy and make a positive difference. Even simple acts of kindness allow me to express the truth: I am the light of the world!
You are the light of the world. A city built on a hill cannot be hid.—Matthew 5:14

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Let Go Let God with Success

With Spirit as my guide, I am successful.

I do not measure success by the meter of the material world. Sometimes I reach a goal I have set and sometimes I don’t. Regardless, whenever I remain open and receptive to the guidance of Spirit, I am successful—I grow in knowledge and understanding.
Through each endeavor, I gain new skills and make new discoveries about myself. I am prospered as I live and give from an infinite supply of good. I am healthy as I make choices that nurture the perfect life of God within me. I am loved and I am loving in interactions with others. I allow Spirit to guide me, and I am successful.
The human mind may devise many plans, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will be established.—Proverbs 19:21

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Let Go Let God in Liberty

The liberating spirit of God lives in me.

Freedom, sweet freedom! The human desire for freedom is innate and universal. I am free, and I cherish my liberty.
In the spirit of freedom, I am true to myself. I am free to think, say and do what I choose. I am free to grow and change. I am free to create my life anew each day. I celebrate my freedom to pray and worship as I choose, to fulfill my dreams, to express the spirit of God within me in my own unique way.
I recognize that with freedom comes a sacred responsibility. I stay attuned to the wisdom of my soul, turning within to deepen my understanding of God, myself and others.
The same liberty I cherish in my life, I also uphold for others. The liberating spirit of God lives within us all.
Those who look into the perfect law, the law of liberty … will be blessed in their doing.—James 1:25

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Let Go Let God

I let go and let God steer me toward my highest good.
Everyone encounters bumps along the road of life. My response determines how smoothly I will navigate through any challenge.
I effortlessly yield to Spirit’s guidance as I spend time in the sweetness of stillness. I release any burden of worry or strife, and turn all concerns over to God.
Letting go and letting God is not abdicating my free will. It is an act of faith, of surrender. I use my free will to align with Divine Will, which is always for my highest good.
Regardless of where I am on my spiritual path, as I let go and let God, obstacles are eliminated. I let go and let God steer me toward my highest good.
And those who know your name put their trust in you.—Psalm 9:10

Monday, July 2, 2012

Let Go Let God Provide Opportunity

I open to divine opportunities. Nothing stands in my way.
If I’ve already decided that my dreams and goals are unattainable, I am defeated from the start. But if I widen my vision and let go of preconceived limitations, I awaken to a full range of new opportunities.
I engage in “possibility thinking,” releasing thoughts of lack or limitation. I connect with the spirit of God within me and trust my future to be bright, safe and fulfilling.
While I may be comfortable and secure where I am, I come alive when I pursue new possibilities with passion. I am open to all of life’s blessings.
Turning to God within, I ask for guidance—then move forward. I need only open to divine direction and follow, one step at a time. Nothing stands in my way.
Jesus said to him, “If you are able!—All things can be done for the one who believes.”—Mark 9:23

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Let Go Let God all is in Divine Order

I am in the right place at the right time.

I greet this day with gratitude for my life—now and in the past—and with anticipation of the wonders to come. Every day of my life is part of my spiritual journey, and I am thankful for each new experience.
In silent contemplation, I become aware of the power within that guides me. My heart opens to the wisdom of God and the perfect order unfolding in my life. Each person I meet, each decision I make, each opportunity I encounter is in divine order. I embrace every development as a gift and move forward with confidence.
Right here, right now, is the perfect place for me. I complete what is mine to do and grow into my full potential through the divine order at work in my life.
Now I know only in part; then I will know fully, even as I have been fully known.—1 Corinthians 13:12