Daily Inspiration, February 25th, 2021

“And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called The way of holiness.” (Isaiah 35: 8)

We are not trapped. We are not in a rut. We are not in a place of confusion or indecision. We are not without a way forward or a way out.

God’s promise in this verse is one we can rely on. A highway, an open road, is appearing before us. It is not only one course, it is the way, the right path that is more than merely humanly desirable. It is truly holy.

That way of holiness is a spiritual deliverance, advancing us, progressing us, causing us to grow in grace and in wisdom and in goodness. This way is not one of human devising. It is pure, sacred, clean, satisfying.

Let’s stop looking all over the place for material ways and those routes that are complex and unclear. Let’s open our eyes to God’s way, the highway to peace, purpose, and joy. It is a natural path and it is right there when we are ready.

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Daily Inspiration, February 23rd, 2021

“In the quiet sanctuary of earnest longings, we must deny sin and plead God’s allness. We must resolve to take up the cross, and go forth with honest hearts to work and watch for wisdom, Truth, and Love.” (Science and Health, p. 15)

Here is a description of true prayer—one that begins with our hearts, gains inspiration in thought, and is carried forward into life.

Cherish the quiet sanctuary. It’s where we commune with God. It begins with that earnest longing—a sincere desire to see more clearly, live more honestly, feel God’s presence and trust His care. In this space of prayer, we must make it about God and not our troubles. As we acknowledge and adore God’s allness, the mistaken views of separation, sin, shame, guilt, and fear dissolve. We are truly with God, good, alone, and in this we are at one with Truth.

And we can remember that this Truth continues with us as we go forth into the world. Distractions and discouragement may want to enter in, but we can resolve to take up that cross—choose to continue to believe and be loyal to what we felt in that sweet sanctuary. We can remain faithful and watchful. We can work with a devotion to our cause, taking each moment as it comes, with new insights. And we can eagerly return to our sanctuary every time we need guidance, comfort, and motivation to face the new day.

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Daily Inspiration, February 18th, 2021

“And whenever you stand praying, if you find that you carry something in your heart against another person, release him and forgive him so that your Father in heaven will also release you and forgive you of your faults.” (Mark 11: 25, the Passion Translation)

Forgiveness is our release. When we seek healing, inspiration, comfort, we will find it through divine Love. And this Love requires that we also love.

If we would feel love and its saving presence and power, we can’t remain divided, a heart half ready and yet half resentful. Be willing to allow those moments of communing with God to be more than a plea for your own well-being, but also a yearning to let go. Let your prayer include an earnest desire to be shown where your heart may hold on to hatred, resentment, blame, and to be willing to forgive.

It may seem difficult, but if we want to gain the sweet peace and joy we seek from God, we must stop clinging to any bitterness. We can rejoice in the fact that divine Love Herself is ready to help us to love better, to let go of the mesmerizing sense of being wronged, and to release our brothers and sisters from our anger.

Forgiveness fulfills a desire to feel free. It is wisdom. For to hold one in our hearts as our enemy is to fill with darkness a space that is meant for light, joy, and love.

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Daily Inspiration, February 16th, 2021

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“He’s the hope that holds me and the Stronghold to shelter me, the only God for me, and my great confidence.” (Psalms 91: 2, The Passion Translation)

This prayer is an affirmation and a love song. In this psalm, we feel the deep trust and gratitude that the writer has for God. He has gained an awareness and understanding of God’s nature and presence through his own challenges and struggles.

The 91st Psalm aligns us with the truth of our protection. Here we are reminded of the divine Love that embraces us, that provides a feeling of hope at moments that may feel hopeless. We come to recognize that God’s power is infinite, and it preserves us. We are housed in God’s stronghold, sheltered by His intention for us. He keeps us safe and secure, because we are God’s own offspring and the very proof of His Being.

We can join the psalmist in this prayer and gain his confidence as well. The trust is singular. The song of praise and love shows complete devotion, a consecration to God as the only one for us. And He is for us. Our reliance on God, good, Love, Truth, gives us hope and peace in times of crisis. It brings us the clarity that leads us out of those times of trouble and into a life of glorious possibilities.

 

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Daily Inspiration, February 11th, 2021

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“…let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us: for the work of his hands made us, yea, he made us by the work of his hands.” (Psalms 90: 17, George Lamsa Translation from the Aramaic)

We can settle into this marvelous message. It tells us of our heritage and of our divine rights in this moment and going forward.

God made us by His own hands. He created us out of His own exquisite qualities. He formed us to express His own intentions—Love, harmony, grace, glory, artistry, intelligence, Life. We are everything that God’s mastery must bring forth. We are each the ideal that God made. Perfection begets perfection. God is satisfied with His works—you and me.

And so, we can also realize and gratefully receive this word of Truth. We can pause and simply let that beauty that is God’s Love be claimed and felt. We can remember God and His magnificence and what that means for us. We were shaped by His hands, by the very instruments of divine affection and flawless ability.

We are blessed by God’s beauty. It is on us, in us, and around us. Feel it. Trust it. Gratefully bask in the full loveliness of Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, February 9th, 2021

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“Willingness to become as a little child and to leave the old for the new, renders thought receptive of the advanced idea. Gladness to leave the false landmarks and joy to see them disappear, — this disposition helps to precipitate the ultimate harmony.” (Science and Health, p. 323-324)

We may think we are unable to feel the sense of readiness for the new, like a little child, that this quote speaks about. But it isn’t a capacity for receptivity and openness that we lack. It is likely a lack of willingness.

Let’s recognize that the mortal mind may hold to the old, believe that our joys and our lives are in the past. That limited thought also sees our future as based on a perspective that is often narrow and closed off to new possibilities. But that mortal mind isn’t who we are, and it doesn’t have the truth for us.

We can break away from those false beliefs and opinions, parading as wisdom, and rediscover the innocence that is our true selfhood. We are children—fresh to this day and ready to be guided and taught, to grow and to prosper, to have fun!

Let’s let go of that human will, that know-it-all attitude that isn’t getting us anywhere or making us happy. Instead, let’s embrace the childlike (but not childish) heart within us, and be glad to give up the dated, the jaded, the false, for those new joys that satisfy, harmonize, invigorate, and bless!

 

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Daily Inspiration, February 4th, 2021

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“Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! It’s time to sing to God a brand-new song so that all his holy people will hear how wonderful he is!” (Psalms 149: 1, The Passion Translation)

Let’s really sing out from our hearts in praise of God! And let’s make it a new song, one written in this day, about this moment of experiencing God’s goodness and beauty and grace.

To do this, we must be alive to what God is doing and saying and being. We must open our eyes to love and to good. We must turn away from the distractions of negativity and fear. And while simple gratitude is wonderful, we can take it up a notch! We can celebrate God and His glorious qualities. We can sing out loud or in our hearts a hallelujah—glorying in what God has created and continues to reveal for us and through us.

Let’s be the way in which God—Love, Truth, goodness—is seen in the world. Let’s be examples of God’s awesome nature by fully appreciating Him. Let’s honor Him with a new song that freshly realizes and rejoices in His amazing ideas—those holy people that walk this world with us; the earth and its beauty; the inspiration and art and music that Soul’s richness is actively revealing today.

 

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Daily Inspiration, February 2nd, 2021

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“…let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up.” (Galatians 6: 9, New Living Translation)

Doing good may feel like a burden. It may seem at times that we work hard to help and to be good people, and yet it never brings us anything but weariness or loss.

But pause a minute. When we are doing good from a true motive of love for others and following the intuitions that lead us, we can’t help but enjoy the blessings ourselves. In the well-doing, we feel more alive; by seeing others benefit, we feel enriched.

The devilish mortal mind would want us to forget those natural rewards of giving and make us want to give up. It would have us believe it would be easier to give in to selfishness or to stop trying so hard to be good.

Certainly, we deserve a rest, and we can have it. We can do good faithfully and remember that we are doing it with God. He lovingly gives us gentling times when we can renew and refresh. He allows us occasions to be on the receiving end of the goodness of others. This is part of His plan.

And God’s timing is exquisite. The fruits of the good work that we do will blossom in ways that are just right and right on time. Let’s stay faithful to our true selves. Let’s relish our natural desire to do good and actively pursue it.

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 28th, 2021

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“For the mind-set of the flesh is death, but the mind-set controlled by the Spirit finds life and peace. In fact, the mind-set focused on the flesh fights God’s plan and refuses to submit to his direction, because it cannot!” (Romans 8: 6-7, the Passion Translation)

Our mind-set is our rescue! Our consciousness is the place where it all happens. If we choose to focus on body, materiality, time, we have walked into a battlefield. Our thought has chosen the side of struggle, when there is a choice for progress and peace.

We can do our best to set our minds on God. That is, to allow our thoughts to dwell on spiritual things, to turn away from everything that would deprive us of joy and freedom and life and its perpetual promise. We can give up the human reasoning that is fallible because of its limits, and instead let God feed us with the Truth—the Truth that sets us free!

A focus on spiritual qualities like goodness and love and unity and progress is a way to move us out of thinking about mortality, gloom, finiteness. It is also the easier way. It requires less struggle against God’s natural design of good. And also, the Truth of Life is simpler. It is not confusing and complex, overwrought and challenging. God’s Truth, the Life that is Spirit and Love, is easier. It is Love accepted. It is joy embraced. It is life that lives in each moment with expectation. It is a loss of fear and of ego, and a sweet release to God’s control, comfort, direction, and affection.

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 26th, 2021

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“You’re here to be light, bringing out the God-colors in the world. God is not a secret to be kept. We’re going public with this, as public as a city on a hill.” (Matthew 5: 14, the Message Bible)

You have a purpose! You were designed to be light, and light needs to shine. Light breaks the dark, guides, opens our vision, makes things clearer. We can recognize the light within us—that Love that defies darkness and brings healing—and we can use it freely and without apology.

Your light is God’s own radiance. It is neither something to be afraid of sharing nor is it something to belittle. You have a beautiful holiness that must be made known. You can honor fully that spirit in you, God’s own resplendence, and be the proof of His goodness each day.

Why would we hide what gives us life? Why would we hesitate to be loving? How, in fact, can we really hide the glow of God? Can we stop that divine light from exposing the colors of the world, the diverse and beautiful variety of what God created?

Let’s not keep the saving glory of God a secret. Let’s go public by living as children of light, with a purpose to bring comfort, joy, color, beauty, and brightness to all, and to ourselves as well!

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 21st, 2021

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“And the angel of His presence saved them, In His love and in His compassion He redeemed them; And He lifted them up and carried them all the days of old.” (Isaiah 63: 9, Amplified Bible)

This angel of ancient days is with us now. We, too, are worthy of this compassion and redemption. Are we ready to receive this Love, with gratitude? Are we willing to give up the ego and the burden of personal control, to be carried by God’s angels?

God’s presence itself is our savior. This infinite Life and Love is with us, actively and completely. We are never left without God’s nature, His qualities fully expressed right where we are.

And so, we are where salvation lives. We are in a place where God’s angel—His inspiration, His guidance, His care, His comfort, His strength—is in attendance. And this angel does not leave us. God’s heavenly goodness expressed on earth, as we need it, continues with us through all our days. We are not carried only so far, and then dropped to take it on our own.

The angel of His presence comes with pure kindness, mercy, and devotion. We are safe. We are seen for who we truly are. We are being led out of the dark and into the light—the glorious Truth of knowing that we are never alone.

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 19th, 2021

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“We all have different gifts that God has given to us by His loving-favor. We are to use them.” (Romans 12: 6, New Life Version)

Remember this. You have been given special gifts, because of God’s love. These gifts are never a burden, nor do we lack them. We all have unique talents, special qualities that we express in an individual way. These aspects of Soul, of Life, of Love that we evidence, have their Source in God. They have power to do good.

So, let’s not be shy about using our gifts. Let’s stop belittling what we have to offer or comparing ourselves to others. We are to recognize our specialness and bring it to life in our work, in our relationships, in our world. These gifts are established in us by God, and they have a purpose. Try not to get ahead of yourself and decide what that purpose is. Just cherish and appreciate your talents, skills, your manner of expressing God’s goodness, and let Him reveal just how these gifts are unwrapped for the world to enjoy.

And don’t qualify your gifts or say they are not important, or that they are not real talents, like you feel others may have. Let God tell you why He finds you precious and needed. You may have humor that uplifts. You may have a sense of order that organizes and arranges, makes the world easier to navigate. You may be a natural caretaker, a poet, a teacher. And you may be many wonderful things. Be aware of these gifts and release them from the box of judgment and out into the world where they can make it a better place!

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Daily Inspiration, January 14th, 2021

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“I know all the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close.” (Revelation 3: 8, New Living Translation)

God sees us clearly and thoroughly. This shouldn’t be a cause for shame or uncertainty. God’s awareness of us is as one Who loves us. He watches us with conscientious care, seeking only for us to know Him, the Truth of Life, better.

As we release our egos—with all their worries and doubts and pride and limitation—to God’s infinite presence and activity, we see that open door. We see the way in which we can gain true prosperity, peace, and satisfaction. We begin to align more naturally with God’s path for us, the right way to walk, the things to reach for and those to let go.

God knows where we came from and where we are going. He designed us to express a life that reveals His own goodness into the world in just the right way, at just the right time. When we go through this door, we glorify God without the strain and effort of human trial and error, the anxious striving for answers. Instead, we feel in step with God, in His moment with Him, and therefore safe, strong, and free.

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 12th, 2021

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“I will offer You my grateful heart, for I am Your unique creation, filled with wonder and awe. You have approached even the smallest details with excellence; Your works are wonderful; I carry this knowledge deep within my soul.” (Psalms 139: 14, the Voice Translation)

God’s creation is awesome. And we are not only an expression of that wondrous Life, we are also given that spirit of wonder and reverence within us. This awareness of the magnificent, both large and small, is our true connection to Life and to Love.

As we recognize and cultivate this consciousness, as we are awake to the glory of God in us and around us, we gain light and life and peace and joy. When we see the reality of God’s universe—both the subtle and the grand details—all harmonizing as His design, we feel a part of that wholeness, and begin to know our own place in it.

Let’s give to God our grateful heart. Let’s rise up to realize and celebrate not only what is beautiful and good, but the very gift of wonder and awe itself. Let’s relish this profound response within us that opens up heaven to us right here on earth!

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 7th, 2021

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“So this is why we abandon everything morally impure and all forms of wicked conduct. Instead, with a sensitive spirit we absorb God’s Word, which has been implanted within our nature, for the Word of Life has power to continually deliver us.” (James 1: 21, the Passion Translation)

We can stop giving undue power and attention to our human vulnerabilities, flaws, and sensitivities. Instead, we can use that spirit within us, that is sensitive to, aware of, drawn toward, what is good and true and healing.

Let’s be alert to unkind ways of acting and thinking about others and even about ourselves. Let’s abandon the impure—those ideas and motives and behaviors that muddy up our thoughts and our lives. Let’s wake up to that wonderful clean slate ready for God’s pen to write upon. His Word tells us who we really are and what is truly possible for us. He reveals His design which is beautiful and harmonious.

This Word of Life is speaking within us. It is a more natural voice than the suggestions of the mortal mind that want to lead us into trouble, anger, fear, doubt, unkindness. God is always providing us with what is right and true, and we can let our humble and sensitive spirits be soft and ready to absorb all that He has to offer us. This is deliverance, joy, and peace!

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 5, 2021

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“Truth, righteousness, peace, faith, and salvation are more than words. Learn how to apply them. You’ll need them throughout your life. In the same way, prayer is essential in this ongoing warfare. Pray hard and long. Pray for your brothers and sisters. Keep your eyes open. Keep each other’s spirits up so that no one falls behind or drops out.” (Ephesians 6: 14-18, Message Bible)

If we can embrace these ideas, day by day, we can be helpful to our world and live a much more joyous experience as well.

It can be easy to talk about high-minded ideas, like peace and justice, but God’s qualities are more than words. They are ideals for us to actively claim and live to the best of our ability. We can awaken, through the prayer that is encouraged here, to Truth and its glorious cause, and to our natural part in this, our ability to achieve much good.

As we pray and keep our eyes open to light, we can bring this light to the lives of others. We can be alert to the need around us and uplift, encourage, and patiently help our brothers and sisters. We can pray hard and long—not obligatory statements of ritual, but a real and earnest receptivity to God and His purpose for us.

In this way, we not only get by, we thrive and also have an impact on the world, wherever we are, because we bear witness with our lives to Truth, to righteousness, to peace, to faith, and to salvation.

 

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Daily Inspiration, January 1st, 2021

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“…and He will wipe away every tear from their eyes; and there will no longer be death; there will no longer be sorrow and anguish, or crying, or pain; for the former order of things has passed away…Behold, I am making all things new.” (Revelation 21: 4-5, Amplified Bible)

Happy New Year! Let’s enter into this day with a feeling of renewal, expectation. Let’s be ready for life to bloom and blossom. Let’s recognize this moment as one in which we can begin to open ourselves up for healing, release, comfort, joy.

For today, as every day, God is expressing every one of His qualities with grace and glory. God’s eternal, timeless, Life demands a freshness, perpetuity, and progress. We can stand in this hour with awareness of the goodness in it. We can look ahead without fear—with hope, with openness to new perspectives. We can expect uplifting and saving ideas and sweet surprises.

This prophesy is not meant only for some latter days. It is a declaration of God’s own nature—Love, Life, Truth, and goodness. God’s affection is ready to free us from pain and sorrow, in this hour. His Spirit is here and now on hand to heal us of our ills and our disappointments and to bring us new vitality and enthusiasm for life.

A Happy New Year to you and to all!

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 31st, 2020

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“Behold, the former things are come to pass, and new things do I declare: before they spring forth I tell you of them.” (Isaiah 42: 9)

New Year’s Eve can feel like a held breath—an anticipation of a fresh start to our experience individually and collectively. We may feel fearful of what is to come as time passes, but we can find hope and expectation in this verse.

The past is gone. We can let it go—look back and bless our former days, perhaps, but be ready for what is to come. And that doesn’t mean bracing for trouble. It means preparing ourselves for God’s unfolding good for us. God will declare these new things, but He will also, as He says here, make sure that we are ready.

God’s new ideas, inspiration, guidance, development, comes with a timely awareness. God’s voice readies us for His good news for us. We can listen on this cusp of a new hour of life for the vital Truth of being.

We can recognize in the midnight hour the stirrings of a new dawn, with sprouts of life springing up and beautiful buds forming. We can breathe a sigh of grateful release to the eternal Life that is Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 29th, 2020

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“Do not fear [anything], for I am with you; Do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, be assured I will help you; I will certainly take hold of you with My righteous right hand [a hand of justice, of power, of victory, of salvation].” (Isaiah 41: 10, Amplified Bible)

With God we are comforted and empowered. With God, we are assured of safety and of victory.

And we are with God always, for He is ever-present. We can never be separate from the full measure of His goodness and grace. God tells us here that He is here. God, divine Love, declares that we can let go of all fear because of the very nature of Who He is.

God’s qualities are omnipotent. His Love is without opposition, without condition, and infinite. So, we are right now and always the recipient and reflection of this Love. Fully and unreservedly.

There is nothing tentative in this statement, nor does it leave room for exceptions. God’s justice and strength, His saving power, is certain. And it is certainly ours. His hand soothes, lifts fear, brings peace. At the same time, it uplifts, encourages, and leads us progressively on to joy and to satisfaction and to success.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 25th, 2020

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“And the angel said unto [the shepherds], Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” (Luke 2: 10-11)

Hallelujah! The angels are announcing the birth of a savior! On this Christmas day, we can join the heavenly host and the shepherds in grateful praise that Christ has come, because we know what that means.

The angel’s words get at the heart of what the Christ has revealed to men and women. We are told that we need not fear, and that joy is ours to have—that all people can receive this glorious Truth. Today.

Christmas hushes the voices of doubt and darkness and shows us the true light, that divine goodness that is ever with men. We can awake this morning to the holy relationship that Jesus came to share and demonstrate. We can honor him and his story, by remembering what Jesus told us: We are children of God, worthy, blessed, and one family embraced by Father-Mother-Love.

Fear not. Listen for the good news. Let the sweet joy of Christmas come to you today and let its twinkling lights of holy promise go forward into tomorrow as well!

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 24th, 2020

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“Midnight foretells the dawn. Led by a solitary star amid the darkness, the Magi of old foretold the Messiahship of Truth.” (Science and Health, p. 95)

We can join the wise men who recognized in the night what the dawn would bring. We can commemorate that amazing occasion where the world was led to a humble place to embrace a powerful promise.

Let’s not fail to glimpse that star. We can find it in others, in experiences that inspire, in scriptural verses, in angel ideas that come to us just when we need them. We can find that star in our own hearts—a light within beckoning us to follow through, to trust that this saving radiance is to be appreciated deeply and accepted gratefully.

We have this light of Love in us. It encourages us forward not only to see that Christ-Truth and to accept the glorious message of freedom, but to freely share it as well. We can follow that star as it leads us out of personal darkness, to the reality of God’s presence, forgiveness, peace. And we can keep on following it, walking not only toward that Christ-idea, that Christmas glory, but with it.

Let’s enjoy the midnight hour, even the mystery of the unknowing, and wake with expectation of the goodness to come.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 22, 2020

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“The Lord is close to all whose hearts are crushed by pain, and he is always ready to restore the repentant one.” (Psalms 34: 18, the Passion Translation)

We have a tender Father-Mother always ready to comfort us. When we may feel the furthest from peace, this is when our God is close to us. We can rely on the gentle caress of divine Love to wipe away tears of grief and disappointment. We can lean into the arms of kindness and understanding from the One Who knows and loves us.

God is ready to restore us. He is able to make us new when we have lost our way. When we make mistakes, we aren’t abandoned by Him nor are we failures in the world. God sees us for who we truly are, accepts our repentance—our realization of errors and changed hearts—and opens the way for new opportunities, a fresh start.

God, perfect Life and Love, is here. You are not alone. You are not hopeless. You have solace, uplift, a steady ready hand to lift you up, to carry you forward, to pull you in for a holy and healing embrace.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 17th, 2020

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“Now, may the Lord himself, the Lord of peace, pour into you his peace in every circumstance and in every possible way. The Lord’s tangible presence be with you all.” (II Thessalonians 3: 16, the Passion Translation)

Paul preached and taught widely and enthusiastically. He led people who were from different locations and having varied perspectives, to awake to the Christ-message of God’s goodness and healing power.

And Paul was also generous with his blessings. His prayers were beautiful blankets of sweet salvation cast upon his followers, leaving them with an awareness not only of the Word of God, but of the Spirit of Love which always accompanies His ideas.

We can receive this benediction today. We can eagerly and gratefully open ourselves up to receive true peace. We can acknowledge joyously that no matter what appears to be confronting us, or how far from certain we seem to be, God’s presence is with us, and it can be felt.

Paul knew that this tangible presence was with him and with all. He felt it, demonstrated it, was set free physically and mentally, by this awareness.

And Paul’s message begins with this word: Now. So, let us now feel that peace, straight from God, to our open hearts and our willing minds.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 15th, 2020

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“And how does a man benefit if he gains the whole world and loses his soul in the process?” (Mark 8: 36, the Living Bible)

Let’s tend to our souls. Let care for the inner spirit, the essence of who we are individually, and awake to our greater purpose.

It may seem like gaining riches and fame, ease in the material world, is the ultimate goal. And there certainly isn’t anything wrong with prosperity. But our motives and methods make a difference. For to seek gain at the expense of others, is costly to our souls. It moves against that love within that makes us whole and keeps us secure in our being.

If we seek power in order to feel we can control others, to show we are better than them, or to achieve accolades, we deny God Who is good and the only power. We try to take what isn’t ours to have, and in doing so, we lose the integrity that is also our protection. We may gain attention, but we lose our faith, our goodness, our security, and our hearts.

Let’s pause and strive for what is right and good, knowing we can achieve more with God and His intention, and we can keep our souls intact as well.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 10th, 2020

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“And let none of you imagine evil in your hearts against his neighbour; and love no false oath: for all these are things that I hate, saith the Lord.” (Zechariah 8: 17)

The Lord is quite clear here. He is telling the people of Jerusalem how best to please Him. God is straightforward and specific with them on what is intolerable to Him.

These words articulate the law of God, good. They tell the ancient followers and us today that if we are to feel like children of God—free, blessed, loved, worthy—then we would do best to give up those actions and thoughts that deny this heritage.

We may think it’s okay to think badly of others if we keep it to ourselves and don’t act upon our feelings toward them. But if we imagine evil, we are harboring ill will, wishing for another to suffer, and this goes against God’s purpose, against the will of Love. These imaginings do not honor God, nor do they give us the peace that we truly seek. Likewise, to be dishonest, or to make false claims, is to go against God’s nature, and so to lose the power of Truth and the blessings it naturally brings.

God is not asking us to be something we are not. He wants us to be who we truly are—loving, honest, kind, the active expression of His own true wisdom and glorious goodness.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 8th, 2020

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“I am the Lord All-Powerful. So don’t depend on your own power or strength, but on my Spirit.” (Zechariah 4: 6, Contemporary English Version)

We often like to feel that we can handle things. We value our own independence, our abilities, our intelligence. Even when we feel less than capable, there is a tendency to believe that we must prove that we can manage everything, that we are strong and in control.

But this human view of things, while in some ways admirable, is flawed, burdensome, and unwise overall. For it doesn’t honor God. When we claim personal power, we deny omnipotence, and deprive ourselves of that true energy that can bring all things to pass rightly, timely, and without the ego’s limited perspective and unreliable resources.

God’s Spirit has no limitations. He is boundless in His goodness, His presence, and His righteousness. We can let go of the need to be god to our own lives and to others, and rest humbly and gratefully in God’s strength, His power, His control. We can do this because this is wisdom. It gets the job done.

And we can rejoice that the Spirit of God on which we can rely is also Love. He is trustworthy, perfect, and He accomplishes for us what is progressive, and which gives us freedom and peace as well.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 3rd, 2020

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“The lightnings and thunderbolts of error may burst and flash till the cloud is cleared and the tumult dies away in the distance. Then the raindrops of divinity refresh the earth. As St. Paul says: ‘There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God’ (of Spirit).” (Science and Health, p. 288)

The storms of life around us and the tumult in our thoughts can feel overwhelming. It may feel like we are in the midst of destructiveness. Fear and discouragement may overtake us, with hope seeming dim at the very least.

But just as the earth can look even more pristine and the sky more vibrant after a storm comes through, so we can see these darker hours as leading us to a resolving, a rest, a new outlook. We can be alert and thoughtful in the shadowy times, but unafraid. The mortal scene bashes away at us, trying to get our attention. But we are well-fortified. The noise and flash may be distracting, but it can’t harm us.

Let’s be serene in the darkness, because we know the light is at hand. The raindrops of divinity are God’s own inspirations, His loving actions, washing us and the world clean, opening the way to a new day. We can relax and accept the peace that is always ours, in both sunshine and in storms.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 1st, 2020

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“Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” (Matthew 5:6)

We all can have days when we feel empty. There may be a loss of energy or of hope or of comfort. We may not feel we understand enough or have enough confidence or wisdom to be helpful to others or to ourselves.

But Jesus gives us promises in his beatitudes. He reminds us in this verse that it isn’t about being humanly perfect, having great intelligence, or having always lived a perfect life. Our very awareness that we need God, that we seek the nutriment of what is good and right, is enriching. It is fulfillment.

We can recognize that this humble sense of spiritual seeking reveals a feast. As our hearts reach for more than what the eyes can see or what human opinions would tell us, we gain insights and inspiration. As we do our best to turn away from the limited, from the ego, we find God, the Life that provides for our needs, brings us peace, and causes us to naturally progress as well.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 26th, 2020

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“I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving.” (Psalms 69: 30)

We can rejoice in our holiday celebrations on this Thanksgiving Day. We can be grateful for the provision of good that we have—food, family, community. We can take a moment to step away from the daily grind of work and worry to pause, breathe, and remember our blessings.

And we can actively acknowledge their source. We can do more than be happy about a day off or a hearty meal. We can praise God for the abundance of His qualities of good that make all things possible and pleasing. We can be open about our thanks by singing our praises, aloud or in our full hearts, honoring God by recognizing His Fatherhood, Motherhood, Love.

Our thanksgiving magnifies Him. As we are grateful, more of God’s attributes are seen. There is more Love made known, expressed and felt. We see more of the vibrancy of God’s being in those around us, in the beauty of our experiences, in nature. We see more control and order and peacefulness.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and truly enjoy giving thanks! It is a song, a rejoicing, a powerful time of grace and goodness we can celebrate all year long.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 24th, 2020

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“Yes, dear friends, we are already God’s children, right now, and we can’t even imagine what it is going to be like later on. But we do know this, that when he comes we will be like him, as a result of seeing him as he really is.” (I John 3: 2, the Living Bible)

We don’t have to wait for some glory moment to become children of God, or to regain some lost blessing. We are already and always and now the very offspring of the Almighty one. This is our heritage, and nothing will ever change this divine fact.

We can acknowledge this and open our thoughts and our hearts to even greater realizations. There is a rich understanding in store for us beyond our imaginations. We will come to see what it really means to be God’s children. As we progressively recognize more of God’s true nature, see the love, goodness, immortality that Jesus demonstrated, we will surely awake to our true selves.

For we are this Christly idea! We are the very evidence of God’s Life and Love. And while this may seem difficult to grasp now, it is the reality of our being. We can expect to see clearly our own identity, to know ourselves as God knows us—in all our beauty, purity, wisdom, and joy.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 17th, 2020

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“Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.” (Romans 12: 15)

This is a call to active empathy. We are asked to recognize our connection with one another and to see people where they are—with compassion, kindness, and a sense of unity.

We don’t need to pity others or get caught up in any darkness they may be feeling and make it our own. We can keep our spiritual poise and still be truly present with others in their troubles, having that inspired understanding of what they may be going through.

Likewise, we can be happy for others and rejoice with them, without a sense of envy or competition. We can let another’s pure gladness flow over onto us as well. We can give up an attachment to our own complaints and allow ourselves the natural pleasure of laughter and light and uplift.

We all have different experiences, but we are all one in God’s Life and Love. We can let our hearts be one. We can demonstrate the healing and strengthening Love of God in our human moments, when we grieve as well as when we celebrate.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 12th, 2020

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“Be imitators of God in everything you do, for then you will represent your Father as his beloved sons and daughters. And continue to walk surrendered to the extravagant love of Christ…” (Ephesians 5: 1-2, the Passion Translation)

It seems to me if we truly yield to the second sentence of this verse, it will feel natural to do the first. As we daily surrender our doubts and fears, our control and ego, to God’s extravagant love, we can’t help but feel and act like His children.

The awareness of our relationship with God, that oneness that Christ taught and demonstrated so beautifully, keeps us on track to do the good, sincerely, that is truly natural to us. We can gratefully acknowledge this Love as being ours and at hand. This gives us the freedom, energy, and desire to share that Love in the world.

And in doing so, we are being like God. As we Love one another and express goodness in all that we do—great things and small—we are imitating Him, representing His dignity, His power, His grace, accurately and constructively. We are shining His light, knowing its boundless Source, and proving God’s presence in the world just as it is felt in our hearts.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 10th, 2020

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“Thus saith the Lord, thy Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel; I am the Lord thy God which teacheth thee to profit, which leadeth thee by the way that thou shouldest go.” (Isaiah 48: 17)

God gives us a definition of Himself in this passage. He describes clearly His relationship with each of us and clarifies any misconceptions.

Our God does not punish us. He redeems us. He saves us from the wrong way, rescues us, and reminds us who we truly are—His own children. God doesn’t leave us alone to figure things out. He doesn’t make us prove that we are good enough to succeed through our own wits and will. God teaches us daily and with the intention that we profit. He brings us insight and wisdom, the intelligence that helps us to prosper.

We may not know the way we need to go or be able to see into the future. But God is ready to lead us, to guide us forward into tomorrow. He knows the way. While we may think we know what we should do, God can lead us into what is truly right by His standards. He knows what is best for us, suits us, causes us to progress, and at the same time to feel safe, loved, home.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 5th, 2020

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“For the Lord God is brighter than the brilliance of a sunrise! Wrapping himself around me like a shield, he is so generous with his gifts of grace and glory. Those who walk along his paths with integrity will never lack one thing they need, for he provides it all!” (Psalms 84: 11, The Passion Translation)

The sunrise can bring such a sense of awe and expectation. While it comes unfailingly each day, there is something about the dawn’s light that feels powerful and uniquely appreciated as we experience its rising.

God’s presence is so much more than this! His light is all-encompassing, surrounding and embracing us, dispelling all darkness with holy brilliance. God’s Spirit is a loving comfort as well as protection. He knows us individually and is generous with His provisions. God also sees His creation collectively, as the very evidence of harmony and goodness.

As we follow with integrity, stay faithful to His way by our receptivity and humility, we will see our needs met and our lives unfolding progressively. His paths are well-lit with His wisdom and warmed by His Love. Just like the sunrise, we can count on God’s glorious light to reveal new opportunities on our horizon, discoveries rich with promise and peace.

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Daily Inspiration, November 3rd, 2020

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“The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose. It shall blossom abundantly, and rejoice even with joy and singing:” (Isaiah 35: 1-2)

These words may seem like poetic images, lovely pictures to reflect on. But they are more than that. They are assurances.

Isaiah was a prophet. He had gained an awareness of the reality of things, a vision of life that we all have a right to expect and to claim for ourselves.

The stark experiences and loneliness, uncertainty individually and collectively, do not constitute a state of being we must accept. It is a place where new things are ready to develop. The desert where nothing seems fruitful is the very place where we have the space for new inspiration, God’s own voice watering the bare ground and causing flowers to come up.

And this blossoming in the wilderness is a renewal. It is fresh and vital, and the contrast makes its glory even more apparent. We are gratefully ready to rejoice and to sing for the beauty that blooms abundantly, God’s promises naturally revealed.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 19th, 2020

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“Thus has the Lord of hosts said, ‘Dispense true justice and practice kindness and compassion, to each other; and do not oppress or exploit the widow or the fatherless, the stranger or the poor; and do not devise or even imagine evil in your hearts against one another.’” (Zechariah 7: 9-10, Amplified Bible)

This is the direct order from the Almighty to each one of us. And we can do it! It is our duty to be what God has caused us to be. We were created to express His Truth and we are formed out of His perfect Love. Kindness is our spiritual DNA. Justice is a natural and compelling force within us.

Let’s respond to this command with a fulness of intention. Let’s not be wishy-washy in obeying what God demands of us. This awareness of others and their needs, this selfless compassion, is also our salvation. Love is Life to us, and it is settling, satisfying, and causes us to flourish. Loving one another, seeking fairness and peace, is a balm to our being.

This divine demand calls us not only to act with goodness toward others, but to think rightly as well. We can be alert to our thoughts about one another. Love is healing. Evil has nothing to do with God, so it only disturbs, but has no power to help us find joy and peace and to follow our true purpose. So, let’s embrace each opportunity to utilize the true power of Love consciously, conscientiously, and generously.

 

Would you like to explore ideas like these further and really incorporate them into your life? I offer one-on-one discovery sessions, designed to bring clarity and invite more joy and power and purpose into your life TODAY. I’d love to talk with you! Feel free to contact me at lauramoliter@gmail.com and I can tell you more.

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