Daily Inspiration, June 4th, 2020

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“For the [remarkable, undeserved] grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men. It teaches us to reject ungodliness and worldly (immoral) desires, and to live sensible, upright, and godly lives [lives with a purpose that reflect spiritual maturity] in this present age…” (Titus 2: 11-12, Amplified Bible)

Grace is a powerful thing. God’s unconditional and remarkable love is salvation to us, as we receive it and abide in it. We can open our hearts and our lives to that warm and healing love of God, that welcomes us in and offers us a cleansing, a renewing, and an opportunity.

For that awareness of Love’s presence, of our own worthiness simply by being God’s own ideas, is more than a blessing to be claimed without further action required. First, we must truly be grateful for this gift! We must recognize that Life itself is offering us a new day and a new duty. This responsibility is to keep walking in grace, with grace, gracefully in our lives.

So, this means that we receive that loving embrace of God and continue to consciously think and behave in a way that honors that goodness. We don’t do this willfully. We do it by treasuring this grace so much that we simply feel more honest, right, and good when we act spiritually mature, reflecting God’s purpose in us. This divine intention is our genuine being, which grace has sweetly revealed, and which gratitude powerfully sustains.

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 2nd, 2020

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Sing to the Eternal of all the good things He’s done. Bless His name; broadcast the good news of His salvation each and every day.” (Psalms 96: 2, the Voice Translation)

What if we devoted our time and energy to praising God, to celebrating Life’s blessings, to broadcasting good news actively and regularly? What a difference we might make in the way in which we live our lives and the positive impact we might have on the world as well.

The broadcasts of today can be compelling, announcing bad news, engendering fear, promoting self and encouraging comparisons and envy. God gave us the power to communicate, to express ourselves and to be actively engaged with others. When we look around us and get caught up in negative reacting, our voices add to the noise, the confusion, and certainly don’t settle or bring peace to us or anyone.

But when we respond to God’s voice, to goodness, to Love, to the beauty of God’s creation, we can be constructive. Our songs to the eternal, our recognition of what is good and right in ourselves and others, counters the cacophony and reveals our natural desire for and capacity for harmony.

We can pause to listen to God and then sing His song. We can joyously and gratefully announce the Truth, bringing the saving good news to vital light for one and all.

 

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Daily Inspiration, May 28th, 2020

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“Then [with a deep longing] you will seek Me and require Me [as a vital necessity] and [you will] find Me when you search for Me with all your heart. I will be found by you,’ says the Lord…” (Jeremiah 29: 13-14, Amplified Bible)

Are you looking for goodness, peace, love? Do you find yourself searching for a life that feels right and satisfying and inspired and significant?

Through these honest desires, we are seeking the qualities of God. We are eager to discover the Truth that reveals comfort, assurance, worthiness, joy, security. And as we look with a depth of sincerity, turn toward God as the Source of all this good that we want to feel and know, we will find Him. As we consciously recognize that God, the Spirit of Life and Love, is vital to us, a necessity that is greater than material wealth and human accomplishment, then we will find God is already right there in us and with us. And our lives will naturally reveal this peace and power.

This is God’s promise: I am here. I am the answer. I am the saving reality. I am with you, ready to be found and felt, and to show you just how thoroughly and perpetually you are loved.

 

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Daily Inspiration, May 26th, 2020

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“The blessing of the Eternal is what makes someone rich, and He doesn’t add pain to it.” (Proverbs 10: 22, the Voice Translation)

Our riches are divine blessings. This abundant goodness is just for us, and it comes from the Eternal, the everlasting, the perpetually present Source. This providence is not conditional, nor is it limited to a particular channel of receiving. The blessings of God, His prosperity, is as limitless as He is, and as loving.

The goodness that comes to us doesn’t include a downside, some painful experience or sacrifice of comfort, peace, or joy. These true riches, these qualities of God that are full of life, harmony, balance, guidance, protection, strength, are given to us freely and fully.

This treasure of God’s benediction, His assurances and kindness, is one which is generous and complete. We can accept this generosity and realize that it is meant for us, we are worthy of it, and we honor God by our unconditional acceptance of it.

God adds no pain to His goodness, His outpouring of grace, so we need not do that to ourselves. Let’s stop fearfully expecting our good to disappear or to require something of us beyond our ability. Let’s remember that we are affluent as we awake to what is already ours—the eternal blessing of being the children and heirs of Love!

 

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Daily Inspiration, May 21st, 2020

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“You are my hiding place. You will keep me out of trouble and envelop me with songs that remind me I am free.” (Psalms 32: 7, the Voice Translation)

Divine Love is our secret hideaway. God’s Truth is an embracing refuge that keeps us safe, secure, serene. We have an abiding space to discover or rediscover our peace, get our bearings, and to hear the one voice that knows us truly and loves us unconditionally.

Because we are one with God, this refuge is always ours. We can rest assured that the world’s presentations, the opinions and accusations of others, even the arguments of discord in the body, can’t intrude on that sweet hiding place with God. His presence around us and in us can settle us and bring Truth to light—warm, healing, gentling, renewing.

And this holy unity with God is not only a safety from the outside world, but a rescue from ourselves, from the dangers we may put ourselves in. The sacred pause in God’s presence reminds us of who we truly are, and who we really want to be. It keeps us from getting into trouble, going against our higher nature, letting ourselves get carried away by envy, fear, selfishness, anger.

In this hidden sanctuary we are also graced with beauty and uplift. We get songs straight from Soul telling us not only that we are safe, but that we are free—free to rejoice, to laugh, to celebrate, to share with others, and to live like the harmonious children of God that we are!

 

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Daily Inspiration, May 19th, 2020

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“One must fulfil one’s mission without timidity or dissimulation, for to be well done, the work must be done unselfishly.” (Science and Health, page 483)

We all do have a mission. We may feel our calling is not world-changing, that what we feel led to do is small and inconsequential. But as we express our deeper intention, from a place of sincerity and honesty, all that we do is impactful beyond what we may believe.

For when we go about our work and our lives expressing God’s own qualities, and the purpose we feel in our hearts, we radiate His power and presence. This is grandeur and grace. It goes beyond mere human actions and exudes light that can uplift and inspire others because of its divine Source.

And to do our work well, is to really connect with that Source, to set aside selfish motives, fears, concern about what others will think of us, and to do what we are called to do with eagerness and humility. When we bring personal ego into a higher goal, it not only dilutes the purity of the mission, it limits its scope and ability to help, to serve, to heal, to be productive and progressive.

We have the opportunity each day to walk forward in our lives, gaining new glimpses of what is possible for us to accomplish and to see its benefits in our world.

 

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Daily Inspiration, May 14th, 2020

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“The Lord will guard your going out and your coming in [everything that you do]
from this time forth and forever.”
(Psalms 121: 8, Amplified Bible)

You are always safe in God’s ever-presence. Truth and Love abide with you, surround you, and live in you. You are protected on all sides and through and through by the active presence of God.

He is always right where you are, and He requires that His perfect creation is preserved, sustained, continues to express His nature and His intention. So, all that we do, everywhere we go, we are accompanied by God’s power, His assurance, His Love, His wisdom, guarding and guiding us.

When we go out—when we leave some aspect of experience for another—God goes with us and takes us into our tomorrow gently, paced for peaceful progress. So, we can enter into another endeavor, a new phase or relationship, with expectation that is free of fear or confusion. The very Mind of God, the heart of divine Love, attends us, supports us, keeps us, and comforts in each new day.

This is God’s commitment to us, today and forever. He is with us, leading and loving us every step of the way, each and every day.

 

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