I am grateful for the freedom to do or be.
Rev. Eric Butterworth once wrote, “We need to think of freedom in a more creative sense: the freedom to be big enough to deal with life by releasing our own spiritual capacities.” My idea takes on an entirely new aspect when I consider it in terms of being free to do or be something rather than freedom from something. Governed by my Higher Self, I rejoice in the freedom to express my full and glorious potential. I open myself to divine guidance and grace by going deeper within. This inner work permits me to grow in spiritual understanding. Aligned with Spirit, I find my true power within that frees me to be all that I AM. I am grateful for the freedom to do or be.
And you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.—John 8:32