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Saturday, May 31, 2014

Let Go Let God in Togetherness

As love is given, love is received.

We are social beings, and our lives are enriched when we come together to live and work, play and celebrate, worship and share. I recognize and appreciate the people in my life, and I let them know it. I am quick to offer a helping hand. When I am with others, I give them my full attention. I am present and available. I listen and share. If I have lost touch with a friend or loved one, I reach out and let them know they are on my heart and in my thoughts. It never fails—when love is given, love is returned in untold ways. I love and appreciate the many people who bless my life.

They spent much time together in the temple, they broke bread at home and ate their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having the goodwill of all the people.–Acts 2:46, 47

Friday, May 30, 2014

Let Go Let God in Gratitude

I am grateful for all!

Even when circumstances are not what I hoped for, I find an aspect for which to be grateful. Even when my outer world changes, I am grateful for the unchanging spirit of God in me. Spirit gives me life. I draw on perfect life with every breath. Spirit provides me love. I am loved unconditionally and I share that love with others. Spirit provides me peace. I liberate myself from burdensome thoughts and struggles as I reconnect with inner stillness. I am thankful for all that Spirit provides. Although outer conditions shift and change, I remain centered in gratitude for the divine gifts that are mine. Thank you, God, for everything!

Since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us give thanks.—Hebrews 12:28

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Let Go Let God with Christ

The Christ in me guides my way.

The Christ within is my wisdom and guidance. It is constantly available to me. Yet, in the midst of a stressful day, when tension or worry chatters loudly in my mind, I may not hear the wisdom of the Christ. Like glancing at a clock to check the time, I pause throughout the day to check within. I take a breath and notice how my body feels. If I am anxious, I breathe gently and allow any tense muscles to soften. I observe my thoughts. Any turbulence in my mind subsides as I affirm: The Christ in me guides my way. I feel my mind clearing, and divine wisdom and understanding are revealed. I follow the guidance of my inner Christ to create peace, to move confidently forward, and to enjoy life. Whether the way is familiar or unknown, the Christ in me guides my way.

The Spirit of God dwells in you.—Romans 8:9

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Let Go Let God with Inspiration

Divinely inspired, I create a wonderful life.

I cherish my capacity to receive inspiration from Spirit, to create and use the power of my thoughts, words, and actions to manifest my good in the world. At the center of my being is an all-­knowing guide. This divine source contains the ideas and answers I need to create a wonderful life. My job is to design that life and call on the wisdom of divine guidance to create it in the physical world. Through prayer, I ask Spirit to show me the way. I listen carefully and discern what is mine to do. I trust my intuition and realize I am here to live in happiness and joy. I deserve to be inspired by Spirit. I deserve to have a beautiful life.

O you who dwell in the gardens, my companions are listening for your voice; let me hear it.—Song of Solomon 8:13

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Let Go Let God Provide Comfort

Through understanding, I am comforted.

If I am bewildered or distressed by the challenges I face, I turn within in heart and mind for divine understanding. From my human perspective, life may at times appear unjust; but from a divine perspective, every experience has a higher meaning. Difficult situations are like the trips and falls of childhood—even through occasional tears, I learned and improved. As I look back now, I realize that these challenges were my greatest teachers. I am comforted and strengthened as my understanding deepens. I stand strong through times of doubt and keep my consciousness open to the larger truth. My mind and heart are at peace as I trust in the eternal goodness of God and the unfolding wonder of life.

O comfort my people, says your God.—Isaiah 40:1

Monday, May 26, 2014

Let Go Let God Remember

With gratitude, I remember those who have served.

In prayer today, I send heartfelt gratitude to veterans who lost their lives in service to this country. I affirm peace and well-being for those still serving and pray that their families sense the all-encompassing love and comfort of Spirit. In Truth, we are one—eternally united in God. Every gesture of faith and deed of courage affects us all. Every demonstration of loyalty, act of service, and expression of kindness imprints itself on the whole of humanity. I give thanks for all who have served, all who are serving, and all who will serve a greater good in our world. Nothing that is of God—of good—is ever lost, wasted, or forgotten.

We do not live to ourselves, and we do not die to ourselves. If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord.—Romans 14:7-8

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Let Go Let God In Inner Peace

In this moment, there is only God, only peace.

Peace alone is real. As I meditate on this affirmation, I shift my vision from the external world and enter into conscious oneness with God. Abiding in the Presence, I remember that no persons, challenges, or situations can disturb my peace-filled soul. As a center of peace, I am able to meet the pressures and tensions of the outer world with grace and ease. Even in tumultuous circumstances, I turn to the Christ within and maintain my calm.
In this moment, there is only God, only peace. No matter what events take place in the world or in my life, I am a steady center of spiritual strength for all those whose lives meet mine.

Those of steadfast mind you keep in peace—in peace because they trust in you.—Isaiah 26:3

Saturday, May 24, 2014

Let Go Let God Provide Prosperity

God is my source. I claim abundant good.

During his ministry, Jesus demonstrated how God was his unfailing source of supply. When the disciples worried about their next meal, Jesus taught them to release their worry and trust that provision would come. I learn from the example of Jesus. I ask and know it will be given. I seek and know I will find; I knock and trust the door will be opened. I am receptive to God’s blessings and actively do my part by following my inner guidance. The doors of prosperity open for me. God is unlimited. As I trust in God as my unfailing source of supply, I am blessed beyond measure. I have all I need.

Ask, and it will be given you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you.—Matthew 7:7

Friday, May 23, 2014

Let Go Let God in Faith

My faith is strong and active.

My faith is a vital, vibrant part of my spiritual life. Through faith, I know that I am whole and well, no matter the situation. Through faith, I recognize my life overflowing with God’s good and blessed with prosperity. Faith implies action to boldly step forward, move on, or stand strong, regardless of the challenge. If my faith wavers, I turn within in prayer. A brief reconnection with God brings me the assurance I need to continue on. I energize my faith through prayer and meditation, staying centered in the Power that is always with me, directing my steps. My faith is steady and strong.

By faith we understand that the worlds were prepared by the word of God, so that what is seen was made from things that are not visible.—Hebrews 11:3

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Let Go Let God Love

Love is my sacred connection to all.

Just as the sun has the power to warm the soil and vitalize a seed, Divine Love has the power to transform my life for the good. Each day I journey within to experience the simple gift of Love in me. As I close my eyes and allow my mind to become still, I slowly follow my breath into my sacred heart center. My attention turns to the presence of Divine Love. In this presence, I am grounded, calm, and at peace. I am at one with the Divine. Restored by time in the Silence, I return to my daily activities. I am filled with peace and love, which I express through loving-kindness. Love is how I express my sacred connection with others. I am in harmony with all who cross my path today.

As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you; abide in my love.—John 15:9

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Let Go Let God Create Good

My blessings multiply as I focus on the good in my life.

In Genesis, God called all of creation good. Good is everywhere present. We can compare the good in all to the power of electricity. Electricity existed before humans discovered it, just as my good exists before I have manifested it. Good exists whether we perceive it or not. Through awareness, imagination, and faith, we behold the potential for good and bring it forth in our lives. Like flipping a switch to turn on the lights, I turn my attention to everything good. As I focus on my blessings, they multiply. I turn on the light of Spirit in me and see my good increase. The greatest gifts of life are mine to claim, and I am open to receive them. As I focus on my good, it continually expands.

God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance.—2 Corinthians 9:8

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Let Go Let God in Harmony

Attuned to Spirit, I experience harmony.

My body is an expression of the pure substance of Spirit. My mind is the channel through which Spirit’s revitalizing energies flow into my physical being. I keep my mind in harmony with Truth by dismissing any thoughts of lack or limitation. I nurture a realization of wholeness and well-being in my consciousness. I affirm: I am beautiful, loving, and healthy. I am joyful, peaceful, and whole. When I attune to Spirit, I become a clear channel for the harmonizing and restoring power of Divine Love. Every cell of my body vibrates with this magnificent force. Spirit’s power flows easily and naturally throughout my being, keeping me in perfect balance.

O Lord, by these things people live, and in all these is the life of my spirit. Oh, restore me to health and make me live!—Isaiah 38:16

Monday, May 19, 2014

Let Go Let God Welcome Us Home

Divine Love eagerly welcomes me home.

In the parable of the Prodigal Son, Jesus told of a wayward son’s reunion with his father. The son had left home as a restless youth and frivolously spent his inheritance. When he returned to ask forgiveness, his father welcomed him home with great joy and celebration. Like the young man in the story, I may have turned my attention away from God. But no matter how far I may have strayed, Divine Love always welcomes me home.
Through prayer, I reconnect with the presence of God. I feel the warm, comforting, unconditional love of my Creator. The riches of the kingdom are mine, and I am grateful. I am home, and I am at peace.

Those who love me will keep my word, and my Father will love them, and we will come to them and make our home with them.—John 14:23

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Let Go Let God Breathe Life

I am a creation of God. My life is God’s expression.

The familiar creation story in Genesis says that God created the first human by breathing life into a lump of clay. As symbolized in that sacred story, I connect with my divine nature through my breath. Anytime I begin to pray, I take a deep breath and contemplate the power of Life infilling me. As I exhale, I relax into peace. This cycle continues with every breath, as I feel the energy of God moving in and through me. I affirm: I am a creation of God. My life is God in expression. I give thanks for the divine breath that gives me life, strength, and sustenance, allowing me to be a beautiful expression of God in the world.

The Lord God … breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and the man became a living being.–Genesis 2:7

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Let Go Let God Be Free

I am free to respond to any situation with grace and ease.

Life can be like a winding road—filled with sharp turns, unexpected bumps, and steep hills. At times we may anxiously clutch the wheel; at others, we relax and enjoy the ride. Occasionally, we may need to pull off the road and simply catch our breath. Meditation allows us to catch our breath and relax into our life experience. We become aware of our inner world, acknowledge our experiences, and release them. We let go of worry and stress and come home to the peace and wisdom of Divine Mind, where true freedom lies. We free ourselves to respond to life consciously and react calmly. Centered in God, we accept and appreciate whatever life brings.

You shall know that I am the Lord your God, who has freed you.—Exodus 6:7

Friday, May 16, 2014

Let Go Let God Provide Healing

My healing is quickened through faith.

Wholeness is our natural state of being—the pattern of perfection inherent to all life. Healing is the process of bringing that innate wholeness into full expression. If I am injured, millions of cells collaborate to complete their healing work in my body. Some cells focus on repairing the wound while others fight infection. Divine Life continually seeks to restore wholeness in my body, mind, and spirit. If I perceive sickness or disease, I look beyond surface appearances and behold the deeper truth of my wholeness. I expect and accept healing for myself and others. My faith in the power of Life quickens the healing process.

For I will restore health to you, and your wounds I will heal.—Jeremiah 30:17

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Let Go Let God for World Peace

I hold a vision for peace in the world.

God is universal peace, the unconditional love that binds all humanity. Even in seemingly hopeless situations, God is there. God is the way, the hope, and the foundation for unity and oneness of all life. Faith in God allows us to see goodness revealed even in the midst of conflict or strife. Prayer helps to quicken the harmonizing power of Spirit within all. Wisdom leads us to build community, demonstrate love, and support the rights of all people to live in peace and well-being. Empowered by God within, we act on the opportunities before us to express and embody God’s peace through our thoughts, words, and actions.

Pursue peace with everyone, and the holiness without which no one will see the Lord.—Hebrews 12:14

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Let Go Let God Pray for Others

I affirm God’s good, knowing all is well.

Prayer connects me to the presence and power of God within me and all others. A heartfelt prayer is the first gift I offer a friend or loved one who is facing a challenge or concern. If I receive news from a dear one in need of prayer, I begin by aligning my heart and mind with God. I awaken to the presence of peace, wholeness, abundance, and strength within. My prayer acknowledges and affirms these same qualities in myself and the one for whom I pray. I complete my sacred prayer time with gratitude, releasing any attachment to specific results. Divine Presence knows what others need and fulfills those needs in the best way possible. I give thanks for the power of prayer and leave the rest to God.

Beloved, pray for us.–1 Thessalonians 5:25

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Let Go Let God Be Worthy

I recognize a world rich in opportunity.

The Universe is teeming with bountiful gifts and blessings to share with me, and I am worthy of receiving them! I have no use for unworthiness, guilt, or shame. I release any ideas or practices that serve only to deter my good. I replace negative self-talk with confident self-love and feel my doubts disappear. When I accept myself fully, realize my divine nature, and believe in my own worth, I stand a little taller. I know I have a place to fill in this world that no one else can fill. I behold a world rich in opportunity. I give myself permission to receive all the gifts and support the Universe is eager to shower upon me. I expect the best and receive it gratefully.

Lead a life worthy of God, who calls you into his own kingdom and glory.—1 Thessalonians 2:12

Monday, May 12, 2014

Let Go Let God

I let go and open my life to greater good.

Letting go can be such an empowering experience! I let go of limited thinking, negative influences and experiences, and unhealthy habits that drain my energy. As I let go, I open the door to greater good—to new relationships, positive interactions, freedom, and contentment. By letting go, I become willing to receive new blessings. I place my trust in a power greater than myself and know without a doubt that God is with me and within me, guiding all I do. As I loose and let go of that which no longer serves my highest good, my life flourishes. I embrace my transformation with joy and grow in God!

Listen! I am standing at the door, knocking; if you hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to you.—Revelation 3:20

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Let Go Let God Bless Mothers

I bless and celebrate all mothers.

A mother’s love is strong. It protects and comforts, nurtures and forgives. It is uplifting, supportive, and unconditional. A mother’s love begins before birth and continues without end. It is an expression of the Divine. Today I honor and appreciate my mother or anyone who may have filled the role of mother in my life. I bring to mind the wisdom she has shared, the stories she has told, and the mannerisms and characteristics that are uniquely hers. I am grateful for all she has given to our family. The greatest thank-you I can offer is to share with others the best of what my mother taught me. With gratitude, I bless and celebrate all mothers and the love they share.

Love never ends.—1 Corinthians 13:8

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Let Go Let God with Compassion

Compassion inspires me to love without limit.

When someone I know is struggling, my heart is moved to compassion. I may offer help and assurance or simply hold them in prayer. The love of God within inspires me to love others without limits. By cultivating compassion, I connect with my humanity. I realize that we are all human beings with the same basic needs. The qualities I want for my life, others want as well. Every person wants safety, love, family and friendship, opportunities to thrive, and a sense of well-being. Compassion encourages me to act with loving-kindness. As I love others more, I grow in awareness of my true nature—I am the love of God in expression.

Be kind to one another, tenderhearted.—Ephesians 4:32

Friday, May 9, 2014

Let Go Let God in Divine Order

My life unfolds in divine order.

In an effort to achieve my goals quickly, I may push and hurry. Perhaps I’m trying to harvest my crop of dreams and intentions before they’ve had the chance to mature. Just as seeds need nourishment and time, divine ideas yield positive results when they unfold in their natural time and order. I align with divine order by putting God first in my thoughts and actions. I affirm: I am immersed in the natural flow of life. Attuned to Spirit, I am open to guidance. I listen, observe, and receive nuances, nudges, and intuition. I wait or act as guided, trusting that divine order is unfolding. I reap the rewards when I align myself with God and have faith in divine timing.

The earth produces of itself, first the stalk, then the head, then the full grain in the head.—Mark 4:28

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Let Go Let God with Strength

I meet every challenge with strength.

Strength enables me to persevere when I am challenged; yet I don’t need to endure alone. The presence of God strengthens me whenever I need energy to meet any adversity. Just as I nourish my body at mealtimes to remain physically strong, I nourish my spiritual strength through prayer and meditation. Prayer reminds me that God and I are one, that everything I need is already available to me. I connect with God’s mighty presence by affirming: My resilience comes from Spirit within. My strength is the energy of God. As I partner with God in prayer, I become stronger physically, mentally, and emotionally. I meet any challenge through the presence of God that strengthens me.

The Lord is my strength and my might, and he has become my salvation.–Exodus 15:2

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Let Go Let God Provide Guidance

I am guided forward, one step at a time.

Sailors once navigated the seas by considering the position of the stars. Today we use global positioning systems to help us navigate our roads and highways. But how do we find our way when no road map exists? What happens when we enter into uncharted territory?The future is rarely revealed as clearly as a road map. When I am unsure of my path, I may be fearful. My heart may pound and my thoughts may race. Yet if I listen to my inner wisdom, my next step becomes clear. With faith, I follow the light of intuition as I am guided forward, one step at a time. As I trust in divine guidance, my confidence grows. From one step to the next, I travel safely to my destination.

You guide me with your counsel, and afterward you will receive me with honor.—Psalm 73:24

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Let Go Let God Forgive

I forgive and God’s good flows through me.

God is love, and through me God’s love finds expression. When I am loving, God’s good is flowing freely through me. But if I hold on to anger, I am unreceptive to the good God has for me—I block Love’s expression. To be an open channel for God, I discern and release any thoughts unlike Love. I begin by ceasing self-judgment and loving myself. I am learning and growing; mistakes are a part of my journey. In the same way, I release any judgment or blame about others and choose love instead. I let go of belief in failure or limitation. I am stronger, wiser, and more loving with each life lesson. As I love and forgive, obstacles dissolve and good flows freely in my life.

Therefore, I tell you, her sins, which were many, have been forgiven; hence she has shown great love.—Luke 7:47

Monday, May 5, 2014

Let Go Let God Work a Miracle

As I apply spiritual laws,I experience miraculous blessings.

What may seem miraculous is actually the result of spiritual law put into practice. Rather than supernatural, miracles are the natural outcome of working with spiritual principles.
I intentionally apply the law of mind action to create my desired reality. I know that thoughts held in mind produce after their kind. I focus my thoughts on what I want and act as if it is already done. As my fondest dreams become manifest, it may seem miraculous. However, they have come true through my faith, confidence, and creativity. As I create the life I want, I give thanks that the power of God is always at work in my life.

Do not think that I have come to abolish the law or the prophets; I have come not to abolish but to fulfill.—Matthew 5:17

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Let Go let God with One Mind

I am one with Divine Mind.

There is but One Mind. It is indivisible. It is the only authentic power in the Universe. Divine Mind is the presence in which I live, move, and have my being. Yet I may occasionally fall prey to confusion, suffering, or falsely believing that I am operating alone and separate from God. In reality, I am never apart from God. Spirit is the very substance of my life; the intelligence infusing my every act. Through prayer and meditation, I remember I am one with God, now and always. I align my mind with Divine Mind and bask in the realization that the seeming two are inextricably one—one love, one joy, one mind, one life.

Make my joy complete: be of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind.—Philippians 2:2

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Let Go Let God Provide a Starting Point

Spirit Is Active In Me To Accomplish Unlimited Good. 

Every dream has a point of origin—a moment when we know there is something that is ours to do. Our dreams are sparked by divine ideas. From the start of any new adventure, I draw upon my faith, because I know I am one with Divine Mind. I embrace divine ideas as they come to me, knowing I have the power to bring them to fruition. Through the power of imagination, I envision my dreams unfolding. I cultivate them in my consciousness and give thanks for their ultimate manifestation. I use the power of strength to persevere in my goals and use wisdom and will to make the right choices. With a spirit of success, I joyfully embark on new life adventures.

Be glad and rejoice forever in what I am creating.—Isaiah 65:18

Friday, May 2, 2014

Let Go Let God with a Positive Attitude

I maintain a hopeful and positive attitude.

Today I display one of the greatest powers a person can demonstrate—the power of choice. Circumstances may sometimes appear bleak, but nothing and no one can keep God’s good from me. I choose faith instead of doubt. I choose peace instead of worry. I choose clarity over confusion. As I maintain a hopeful and positive attitude, I attract all the resources I need to overcome any challenge or reach any goal. Nothing can disturb my peace; nothing can weaken my faith. When facing difficulties or feeling rushed, I take a moment to put the situation in perspective. I consciously choose a hopeful and positive attitude, which buoys my spirit and lifts my mind above any worry or concern.

Let no evil talk come out of your mouths, but only what is useful for building up.—Ephesians 4:29

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Let Go Let God Express God

I am a living expression of God’s perfection.

Every individual is a living expression of God’s perfection, wholeness, power, creativity, and joy. We have within us the pattern of perfection and the ability to bring it into manifestation. Today, and every day, I have the opportunity to be God in expression. By fully being who I am, I demonstrate God in my own unique way. I offer love and kindness, peace and acceptance to others. I act with honor and integrity and live a joyous and fulfilling life. I am made in the image and likeness of God, a living expression of Spirit. I am here to express, as fully as possible, the divine nature of my being.

Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, which you have from God?—1 Corinthians 6:19