Daily Inspiration, September 23rd, 2021

“Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.” (Luke 12: 32)

Being a sheep, a dear lamb in God’s flock, doesn’t mean we have no freedom. Indeed, it means the very opposite. Being a part of God’s flock—one of His children, watched over and cared for—means we receive the kingdom.

And the greatest quality of God’s kingdom of harmony and Love is the fearlessness it gives us. And the less fear we have, the more free we are, the more we can really live and enjoy the riches of being, the glorious opportunities and possibilities that are at hand.

This kingdom isn’t a far-off place, and it isn’t something we have to earn through some perfect humanhood. It is God’s pleasure to give it to us because He is our Father, as Jesus tells us, and we are His children, His flock. This is the fact of our being now, so this sense of peace and joy and well-being is ours now as well.

We are shepherded by God’s attention and affection. We are not alone alternating between hope and dread. We live under the care of the One Who is Love. The kingdom, the awareness of the presence of pure Love, is ours right now, right here. Fear not!

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Daily Inspiration, September 21st, 2021

“For the Holy Spirit makes God’s fatherhood real to us as he whispers into our innermost being, ‘You are God’s beloved child!’” (Romans 8: 16, the Passion Translation)

Listen. There is a gentle voice relaying a powerful truth to you. You are God’s child. You are beloved. The Holy Spirit, this divine influence, awakens us to this Truth that is deep within us, and reminds us just how much we are loved.

And this love is God’s fatherhood and Her motherhood making itself known. The Christ came to share and prove this true relationship to one and all, and the Holy Spirit, the activity of the Christ, continues to help us to feel this grand blessing now, today.

We can openly accept that we are God’s loved children. He sees us as His own, made to express His glorious qualities and to be the constant object of His affection. We can never stop being children, the very offspring and image of the Father-Mother—spiritual and limitless, whole, immortal, worthy, brilliant, unique and uniquely beloved.

Let’s listen. Let’s open our hearts to God’s love, receive, and believe.

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Daily Inspiration, September 16th, 2021

“You’re blessed when you get your inside world—your mind and heart—put right. Then you can see God in the outside world.” (Matthew 5: 8, the Message Bible)

Our blessings may seem reliant on outward circumstances. We believe we will feel satisfied and happy when certain things line up in our lives.

But the true blessing, according to Jesus’ teachings, is in getting our hearts and minds right. This beatitude reminds us that it is in finding that peace within—clearing our conscience and purifying our intentions—that we see blessings in our outside world. We feel a rightness in our experience as we feel that rightness within.

And this inner purity and peace can be realized. We can yield to a cleansing, to God’s love reminding us of our true innocence, our genuine goodness, our trust and expectation. We can challenge those arguments against our worthiness to feel blessed. We can recognize that we truly are children, God’s children, and that we are eager to live in accord with this wonderful truth.

We don’t create reality with our thoughts. God is Creator. What we can do is to change our perspective. We can purify our minds and hearts and begin to see more clearly all the good that is present in our world, in others, in ourselves.

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Daily Inspiration, September 14th, 2021

“I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye.” (Psalms 32: 8)

We don’t need to see what’s ahead. We don’t need to have the details of a plan outlined. We don’t need to brace for the worst, prepare for future troubles. We can remain students, children, and let God show us what’s next and new, moment by precious moment.

For it is God’s eye that we can count on. He sees all and sees it clearly. He sees where we need to go and how we need to get there. He knows not only where, but why and how. He has a plan that is not simply a reasonable human course of action, but the right way for true progress, growth in grace, a developing understanding of Love.

And God’s eye sees us. He knows us truly, better than we know ourselves. He sees the glorious idea that He made and is ready to reveal a life that suits us, that utilizes us well, that expresses His own qualities in us.

Our job is to let Him guide us, to trust His eyes that are not limited or obscured by fears and time and physical impediments. We can let God teach us and show us how to go forward, always walking with us, guiding us to experience more of His beautiful and immortal design of life, to see more of what His holy eyes can see.

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Daily Inspiration, September 9th, 2021

“Here is one thing that would complete my joy—come together as one in mind and spirit and purpose, sharing in the same love.” (Philippians 2: 2, the Voice Translation)

Come together, right now! It’s a lyric from a Beatles’ song, and a good rousing cry for us today.

A completeness of joy, a sense of peace and satisfaction, can be seen and felt as we resolve to come together. We can do our best to find unity with others in our homes, our communities, and our world at large. It begins with one’s thoughts and it ends with a sharing of love.

This “same love” that the verse speaks about is that Love of God. So, our unified purpose, and the peace and progress that comes of it, is not based on how much liking we can dredge up for one another. It is about realizing the presence and rightness of God’s Love. It is about allowing ourselves to feel that Love and its assurance, freeing us from fear and judgment, the ignorance that makes it difficult to “come together.”

We won’t always agree with everyone, nor should we be about changing people to make them more like us. But we can do our best to align with the true, active, healing Spirit of goodness by watching our own thoughts, being willing to let go of the divisive and judgmental and to welcome in the inclusive, the unifying, the peaceful, the kind—to come together and rejoice in our true purpose of Love!

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Daily Inspiration, September 7th, 2021

“Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own. Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go; he’s the one who will keep you on track.” (Proverbs 3: 5-6, the Message Bible)

We can gratefully give up the need to figure everything out on our own. We can stop all the over-thinking and stressing, feeling responsible and burdened by this.

We can begin to feel the pleasures of trust. We can release the confusion and concern and listen for God’s voice, that gentle yet powerful voice of Truth and Love. Staying on track doesn’t take willful effort or ego. It isn’t about going the way we think we should go, or that others tell us to go. It isn’t about constant worry over our choices, what we might do or what we have done.

It is about yielding, in this sweet moment, to a higher power—the One that knows you, loves you, and wants the best for you. God is with us in everything we do, and so we really can’t stray from the path. The path is simply walking, step by step, in the way of His goodness and Love. It is letting Life unfold as it must naturally and progressively do. It is giving up the reins and still feeling secure because our reliance is truly reliable, always ready, full of new experiences and the map to get us there, safe and sound!

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Daily Inspiration, September 2nd, 2021

“Keep me far away from what is false; give me grace to stay true to your laws.  I’ve chosen to obey your truth and walk in the splendor-light of all that you teach me.” (Psalms 119: 29-30, The Passion Translation)

Let’s choose to walk in splendor-light! This illuminated path is one that follows God, good, and that is full of brightness and clarity.

While we may not always feel things are so certain and steady, we can continue to turn to God to be instructed, reminded of what is right and progressive. We can remember that as we turn to the light, to goodness and Love, we will find our way, and have the strength to reject what isn’t serving us.

This light is the Truth. When we are following God, actively seeking His grace and direction, we are far away from the false, the darkness. The lies that limit our opportunities, dim our hope, make us angry and fearful, disappear in the light. Naturally.

We can choose to obey the voice of Truth, the one that is full of Love for us and for all. We can reject the wrong way and let God help us do this. The splendor-light is always with us to teach us and inspire us, and to lead us in a way of satisfaction, healing, and joy.

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Daily Inspiration, August 31st, 2021

“Follow my example. I try to please everyone in every way. I’m not looking out for what is good for me. I’m looking out for the interests of others. I do it so that they might be saved.” (I Corinthians 10: 33, New International Readers Version)

We may not feel this example is possible or even reasonable. Paul was following the model of Jesus’ life as he went about his own work of healing and teaching and being a spiritual leader. He was selfless in giving because he knew this to be the right way, the one which expressed the most goodness, the most Love.

Paul, like Jesus, was proving God in action. He knew that to be gracious and generous, aware of others’ needs, was to be free of the personal sense that gets in the way of fulfilling God’s plan. I don’t think Paul was choosing to be a martyr—an act that in itself might call attention to himself. He was thinking of others and knowing that what served a higher cause of good, compassion, giving, was pleasing to him as well.

Because as we look out for others, we really are being more true to our genuine selves. We are living the Love that is saving and healing. Our expression of God’s qualities, and a reliance on His provision for one and for all, aligns us with our true purpose and the blessings that naturally result.

Take a pause and think about whether your thoughts and actions are taking others into consideration. As you do, you can begin to give in a way that is helpful and impactful. And seeing another comforted, uplifted, encouraged, sustained, healed, grateful, is truly its own reward.

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Daily Inspiration, August 26th, 2021

“And I will give you a new heart, and I will put a new spirit in you. I will take out your stony, stubborn heart and give you a tender, responsive heart.” (Ezekiel 36: 26, New Living Translation)

We can be prepared for grace. God wants us to know Him. He wants us to experience divine Love in our lives. Anything that might hinder the acceptance of that gift must be done away with, replaced with a new receptivity.

We may already feel we are tender-hearted, but there might be certain areas in our thinking or behavior where we are reactive, stubborn, prideful, defensive, or cynical. This stoniness is not doing us any favors. It is also not natural to us. Our true hearts are tender, ready to love, forgive, be grateful.

God’s Love is ready to be realized. As we let our guard down with Him, stay humble and open, we begin to feel that hardness melt away and our true gentle, sweet, embracing nature come to light. We recognize that our willfulness is not comfortable at all. It makes life harsh and ugly. Whereas a willingness to listen, to love, and to be loved without judgment or fear, gives us a new spirit and a life that feels lighter, brighter, and righter!

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Daily Inspiration, August 24th, 2021

“Humble yourselves [with an attitude of repentance and insignificance] in the presence of the Lord, and He will exalt you [He will lift you up, He will give you purpose].” (James 4: 10, Amplified Bible)

Humility gives us a boost!

When we relinquish our egos and recognize a greater presence and power, we gain a higher view. We enjoy a feeling of uplift, a buoyant sense of being. Giving up pride and willfulness, we can experience a freedom from burden, a release to God’s loving and powerful purpose.

This humbling does require repentance—a change of thinking, where the focus turns from self to God, from sense to Soul, from matter to Spirit. This attitude of “insignificance,” as this version amplifies, is not about debasement. It is about subjugating a sense of personal importance and control, to the greater glory of God’s goodness and rightness for one and all.

When we are humble, God’s true purpose becomes clear. Preconceived ideas and judgments about ourselves, others, and our lives, dissolve and God’s intention is revealed. Our humility allows God to work in us and with us, lifting us out of fear and doubt and into confidence, true fulfillment, gratitude, and joy.

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Daily Inspiration, August 19th, 2021

“A calm and undisturbed mind and heart are the life and health of the body, but envy, jealousy, and wrath are like rottenness of the bones.” (Proverbs 14: 30, Amplified Bible, Classic Edition)

Our thoughts and feelings can surely influence our well-being. We can allow envy and anger, resentment and jealousy, to fester within us. This uncomfortable consciousness is surely a hindrance to feeling whole and healthy. It distracts and disturbs, preventing us from knowing our natural state of health and happiness.

It isn’t always easy to stay peaceful, and we needn’t condemn or judge ourselves over our lapses, our emotions. But if we linger with the troubled state of mind, we aren’t doing our lives any favors. And we have a ready remedy.

God has blessed us with His own qualities, and He is with us to quiet us, balance us, bring us calm and healing. We can let go of those feelings that are unkind to our bodies and our lives, and discover that undisturbed mind, that tranquil heart that is ready to be realized.

Our bodies don’t need to be punished any longer. They are innocent, and so are we. We can release with gratitude those rotten things, see them for the devilish accusations they are, and become more our true selves—happy, whole, calm, well.

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Daily Inspiration, August 17th, 2021

“Let the kindness of the Lord our God be with us. Make us successful in everything we do. Yes, make us successful in everything we do.” (Psalms 90: 17, God’s Word Translation)

This verse is a prayer for success. It is a yearning for achievement in a way that is right and fruitful.

This psalm does more than simply ask to get something from God. It begins with a yielding to Him. It acknowledges God’s qualities at the outset, recognizing that His very presence is what grants us this success.

And the prayer specifically notes our need for God’s kindness. It encourages a receptivity to this quality of Spirit. It is not force or might that is being requested here. It is an awareness of compassion, gentle tenderness, kindness that leads to that success in all that we do.

As that kindness is seen to be with us, it is known also to be in us, expressed by us. This kindness is true accomplishment. It is achieving God’s purpose, one that blesses others with a goodness that brings to the human situation the healing influence of the divine.

This true success is available to us, in everything we do, because God’s kindness, His abundant Love, is ever with us and in us to feel and to generously share.

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Daily Inspiration, August 12th, 2021

“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” (Romans 8: 28)

We can lean on this assurance. We can recognize that loving God, being motivated to do what is good and right, results in harmony for all. We can relax into a trust in the outcome with less fear or preoccupation with any seeming impediments or resistance.

Things are working together for good. All things. That means that even when it seems that life isn’t quite going as we would have expected or outlined, there is a higher principle in operation, a spiritual force that keeps things on track for success.

It isn’t that we are humanly perfect at all times. It is that our hearts yearn for good. We wish to serve a higher goal, to love and to give and even to learn to be better. These intentions are God’s calling, and He is in charge of our mission, designing each detail to bless.

So, let’s remember that we are safe in God’s plan. Often the very things that seem to be working against us, from our human and limited perspective, may be what ultimately unfolds true healing, progress, and peace.

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Daily Inspiration, August 10th, 2021

“I will lead the blind by a way they did not know; I will guide them on paths they have not known. I will turn darkness to light in front of them and rough places into level ground. This is what I will do for them, and I will not abandon them.” (Isaiah 42: 16, Christian Standard Bible)

No matter what seems to concern us as we walk through our lives, we have a trusty guide. God is with us to reveal light along our path as we go forward with Him, one step at a time.

We may feel blind and uncertain. We may wonder if we should stay where we are or move ahead to something unknown. We may feel alone, or that others in our lives add to our burden or just don’t understand us.

But we have this promise from God. We are not abandoned, and our needs are known. God is our companion in the dark, providing ready wisdom along with the comfort that eases us in each new moment. Those rough patches may seem like obstacles, but God’s goodness, kindness, smooths them out.

Our confidence is not in personal knowledge, but in receptivity and trust. We may not know the way. We may not see how things can come together. But God is ahead of us and with us at the same time. He knows the way. He knows His purpose for us which is loving, progressive, right, safe, and good.

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Daily Inspiration, August 5th, 2021

“To calculate one’s life-prospects from a material basis, would infringe upon spiritual law and misguide human hope.” (Science and Health, p. 319)

We can do our best to stop outlining our lives, making predictions based on unfair criteria. Our life-prospects are not what material sense and human opinion would often want to describe. Those perspectives are limited. They cannot see past their own beliefs, and they reject spiritual law and its natural grace.

Let’s allow God, the divine Mind, to reveal what our lives are and can be. The Truth is not stuck in time and statistics. It is not hindered by genetics and upbringing. Human circumstances can’t influence our true grandeur. We have every reason to expect more for our lives.

We don’t need to know what that greater experience will be. But we can do our best to stop looking at calendars and clocks, and listening to complaints and fears, more than we do to the voice within that tells us there is so much more for us and that we deserve to see it.

We can stop judging that voice as unrealistic and begin to realize that it is our salvation. It is that inspired Word of God, of Life, of Love, beckoning us to discover what is truly possible for us today, tomorrow, and beyond. We can gratefully accept that we are meant to blossom and to live lives of power, purpose, and poetry.

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Daily Inspiration, August 3rd, 2021

“…the great triumph is not in your authority over evil, but in God’s authority over you and presence with you. Not what you do for God but what God does for you—that’s the agenda for rejoicing.” (Luke 10: 20, the Message Bible)

Let’s get our agenda straight. Let’s realize that God’s plan is for our great triumph and for our grateful rejoicing.

Evil may seem to run rampant and to want to gain our fear and our focus. But we can achieve victory over the darkness and its hold on us by our recognition of God’s ever-presence. We have dominion over evil because God is in control, and He is all-powerful goodness. It is not personal strength or capacity that wins the day. It is God with us.

And while showing our devotion to God is wonderfully freeing and right, it isn’t what we are doing for Him that is the best part of the story. It is what God is doing for us and will continue to do. It is by our reliance on His goodness that we are good. It is by a trust in His Truth that we are confident. It is by a yielding to His Love that we feel comforted, comfortable, safe.

Let God be God. Follow His agenda which promises both triumph and joy!

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Daily Inspiration, July 29th, 2021

“Thus saith the Lord; Refrain thy voice from weeping, and thine eyes from tears: for thy work shall be rewarded, saith the Lord.” (Jeremiah 31: 16)

What a comforting message. And it comes directly from God, ever-present divine Love. We can count on the good Lord to do what He promises.

When we find ourselves in those times of tears and trials, we can be still and hear the voice that is ready to heal and bless. We may think that we have every reason to cry over loss or lost hope, or to feel that all our efforts are for nothing. But God says otherwise. Truth and Love require a reward for us, a release from our challenges and a renewed life of joy and goodness.

God, like a mother, is telling us everything is going to be alright. We can stop crying and come into that holy embrace, calm our anxieties, and remember that God sees us for who we truly are—Her child—and wants the very best for us.

We can yield to this comfort, accept the presence of divine mercy and grace, and be ready to feel the sun shining on us again.

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Daily Inspiration, July 27th, 2021

“Pay all your debts except the debt of love for others—never finish paying that! For if you love them, you will be obeying all of God’s laws, fulfilling all his requirements.” (Romans 13: 8, the Living Bible)

Yes, we should do our best to pay our debts, to keep our balance with others free and clear. It is right and brings peace to know that we have restored to another what belongs to them or showed sufficient appreciation for what may have been done for us. It rests the soul to feel that we have done or are doing our best to pay what we honestly owe.

But according to the counsel in this verse, we can never stop paying off the debt of love for others. These continual payments are what we owe to God. And by this perpetual outlay, we not only serve Him Who is Love, but gain all the goodness that this payment brings us.

For Love is boundless, from God, and by its use it multiplies. We are blessed by the giving of love to one another, and also by receiving it without qualification. This Love utilized will never run out. We will always have enough to continue to pay that debt, to share love freely and to be generous about it.

These “love offerings” are not an expense to us. They are what make us rich beyond measure—rich in joy, satisfaction, and true peace of mind.

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Daily Inspiration, July 22nd, 2021

“Creation is ever appearing, and must ever continue to appear from the nature of its inexhaustible source.” (Science and Health, p. 507)

God is Life. He is eternal, without limits and without end. He is the Creator, the Author of all.

His creation is complete and yet it is never without activity, freshness, originality, surprise. How is this possible? God made all and saw it as good. But God doesn’t dwell in time, nor can His creation be confined. We catch human glimpses of divine perfection. God unfolds to our perception more of His glorious artistry, one moment at a time. His pace is loving for us, and also progressive. We can trust the appearing of this creation. It comes from a source that is boundless, wise, and loving.

We are God’s masterful expression, and we also manifest this creativity. We can’t be without new thoughts, fresh inspiration, progress, growth, and also amusement and joys. God’s wonderful ideas are always coming forth. His Spirit won’t allow stagnation. His infinitude means there is never an end to or a limited space for His concepts to be made known.

You are at the point of perceiving a new idea this moment. Be receptive to it. God will bring it to you. Wait with expectancy. Let go of the ego. Trust the loving Creator, Author, Architect, to give you something new and right to experience and to express.

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Daily Inspiration, July 20th, 2021

“…the wise are peace-makers who go on quietly sowing for a harvest of righteousness—in other people and in themselves.” (James 3: 18, JB Phillips New Testament)

Quietly planting seeds of goodness, kindness, and peace is true wisdom. We can bring about a fruitful life and a rewarding one when we begin with right motives. As our heart is united with God, with Love’s higher purpose, we can achieve much. We can help ourselves and others, gently yet powerfully.

This is not the work of one day. It is about living, day by day, doing the best we can to follow a path of compassion and harmony. It means we don’t let ourselves get too distracted by the noise around us, and instead continue to cultivate honest and pure love in ourselves and share that with others.

If we crave peace and want to see it in the world, then we can begin in this moment by recognizing that higher goal and allowing it to govern our experience. We can daily reacquaint ourselves with God, good, and follow a path that feels kind and helpful. We can learn to love what God made—ourselves, others, His heavenly earth—and do our best to honor it, to do what we can to be peacemakers and to see the sweet and healing results of those righteous efforts.

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Daily Inspiration, July 15th, 2021

“Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn’t he leave the ninety-nine in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it? And when he finds it, he joyfully puts it on his shoulders and goes home.” (Luke 15: 4-6, New International Version)

The good shepherd will never let one of his sheep stray. Each one is precious to him, and he takes special care to seek out that one that has run away from the pack. And when that little one that may have caused the shepherd to worry is found and brought home, there is joy, gratitude.

We are all important to God. No matter how far we may wander from what feels right and good; no matter how confused or even faithless we may be, God is prepared to find us. The obedient ones, the sheep who know that they are loved and feel safe, are doing fine where they are, in their familiar pastures. They are secure in the awareness that they are cared for.

When we lose our way, we don’t get shunned, abandoned, or punished by God. We get sought out. God knows we belong to Him—to goodness, to Life, to Love. He is ready to find us, wherever our lives or our hearts seem to have roamed, and to carry us back to safety, to bring us home to our best selves, to a place of peace within.

And this restoration is a cause for joy. God is not angry at us. He knows we belong in His place, in His embrace, and there is a celebration in awakening us to this sweet reality as well, to the safety and freedom of home.

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Daily Inspiration, July 13th, 2021

“God makes all the decisions here. God is our king. God runs this place and he’ll keep us safe.” (Isaiah 33: 22, the Message Bible)

This puts things in perspective. It makes it wonderfully clear that we are not in charge of life. We have a mighty power governing our being and our experience. God is our king, the ruler over us all.

This doesn’t mean we are powerless or that we are being manipulated by some unknowable, out-of-touch entity. What it does means is that God, infinite good, the wisdom that is Love, is with us—guarding us, keeping us safe, while also causing us to grow, progress, discover more of the Life He would have us see and know.

God’s decisions are His law made manifest. They release us from worry and burden. His government is about true freedom. It protects our birthright as the children of God and defends us against any attacks on that heritage.

God runs this place—our space, our lives, our world—and He is trustworthy. He is all good, all the time, and He knows His ideas well. He knows what we need and who we are. And when we listen and trust, we know what is right and our choices are simply an agreement with His.

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Daily Inspiration, July 8th, 2021

“Only in returning to me and resting in me will you be saved. In quietness and confidence is your strength.” (Isaiah 30: 15, New Living Translation)

We can go back home. We can rest in a space of trust and comfort.

God calls us to remember that we can find our strength in Him. Salvation is not in the world and its many temptations. Satisfying answers are not in others or in specific human achievements. We may find temporary solace in material spaces and with certain individuals, but a true and abiding peace comes from a reliance on God.

The powerful Love of God is healing. It restores us and rejuvenates us. We can be still and surrender our sense of responsibilities, escape from the push and pressure of the world. In those quiet moments, returning and resting in the arms of grace, we discover the energy and the wisdom we need and gain the confidence to move forward into each new day.

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Daily Inspiration, July 6th, 2021

“So, chosen by God for this new life of love, dress in the wardrobe God picked out for you: compassion, kindness, humility, quiet strength, discipline…And regardless of what else you put on, wear love. It’s your basic, all-purpose garment. Never be without it.” (Colossians 3: 12, 14, The Message Bible)

The first thing here is to realize that you are chosen! If you are aware of the right desire within you to experience a life of love, then you are indeed chosen by God. He put that love in your heart and has given you a mission to feel it within and to share it with the world.

This healing mission is one we should absolutely relish. And we can enjoy discovering those qualities within ourselves that support this life. Our spiritual wardrobe needs to include the varied aspects of love that are precious and saving. We can choose to be compassionate, rather than judging. We can feel and express kindness and humility, rather than feeling removed or superior. We can be quiet, show restraint and self-control, staying focused and thoughtful, open and responsive.

And mostly, we can wear that all-purpose garment that this verse speaks of. We can accept God’s Love for us and with us. We can accept that we are chosen to be the very active expressions of Love. This quality is natural to us, and it completely suits us. This all-purpose garment keeps us safe, makes us beautiful, strengthens us, and gives us confidence. Never be without it!

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Daily Inspiration, July 1st, 2021

“Let every word you speak be drenched with grace and tempered with truth and clarity. For then you will be prepared to give a respectful answer to anyone who asks about your faith.” (Colossians 4: 6, the Passion Translation)

We can feel free to share what we believe in. We should be enthusiastic about the ideas that we trust and find healing. Our devotion to good is revealed in the way that we live our lives, contributing to the world in ways that are positive and helpful.

Let’s be sure then that our words are also in line with the ideals that we serve. Let’s be sure that we are neither too defensive nor too accusatory of others when we are asked about our spiritual beliefs. We can use this verse as a helpful guide.

Let grace drench your words. Allow that feeling of God’s Spirit, the gentle power of His own loving intention, be felt in what you say. This means we are speaking not from our heads, but from our hearts. We can be honest and clear, genuine and sincere.

As we do this, we are at the ready to offer thoughts that are clarifying and also respectful. We invite an exchange of ideas that can be healing to another and to ourselves as well. We can be ready and eager to learn, to listen, and to love.

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Daily Inspiration, June 29th, 2021

“Take a close look at everything, test it, then cling to what is good.” (I Thessalonians 5: 21, The Voice Translation)

We have the natural ability to observe and discover. We can be awake to what is going on around us. We can recognize what is important for us to understand in order to enrich our lives and more actively serve our purpose.

When we avoid a deeper exploration of ideas, whether new to us or more familiar, we hinder our ability to grow and to thrive. Instead, we can choose to take a close look at everything, with our spiritual eyes wide open. We can think and reason about things, about the world and ourselves, with a sense of curiosity and discernment.

This doesn’t require intellectualism, and it doesn’t mean we are overthinking everything. What this verse recommends is that we be alert to what we are believing in and investing with power. We can “test” our beliefs by how they operate in the world. Are we seeing proof in our lives and those around us by following certain practices? Do we feel peace in what we are doing or spending time thinking about?

Those ideas that feel constructive, that make us feel alive and in harmony with others and with life, are the ones to cling to. This focus on good causes us to flourish. Letting go of what isn’t working for us makes abundant room for even more goodness to flow in and to multiply!

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Daily Inspiration, June 24th, 2021

“So be made strong even in your weakness by lifting up your tired hands in prayer and worship. And strengthen your weak knees, for as you keep walking forward on God’s path all your stumbling ways will be divinely healed!” (Hebrews 12: 12-13, the Passion Translation)

Strength is not about human will and physical force. Our true power is discovered and felt when we turn humbly to God, the infinite Spirit. God’s presence is at hand to revive us when we feel weak and weary. All we have to do is honor this divine goodness and Life. As we release ourselves willingly to God’s Truth and Love, we are uplifted, empowered.

And we gain ability and energy as we continue to move forward, leaning on God, letting go of self and allowing His plan to unfold. Walking in God’s grace, we not only avoid stumbling, our errors and weaknesses are healed. We feel the full freedom that is not just fixing the outward or waiting for something better. It is the health that goes deeper, a peace that is more secure and satisfying.

Our challenging times, those days we feel less than our best, are precisely the days to turn to the Source. We can surrender to God’s pure and boundless energy, readily available for us, and feel uplifted, carried forward, and healed.

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Daily Inspiration, June 22nd, 2021

“I give you peace, the kind of peace that only I can give. It isn’t like the peace that this world can give. So don’t be worried or afraid.” (John 14: 27, Contemporary English Version)

Peace is surely something we all seek. Even if we desire adventure or activity, we want to feel a sense of peace about all that we do, a certainty and a settled feeling within.

Looking to others, to a place, to a particular circumstance to bring us this tranquility often falls short. We can gain moments of feeling centered and calm, but we can just as quickly lose them when life seems to throw us turmoil, overwhelm, fear for our well-being or that of others.

But the Christ, the light of Truth, offers a peace that is transcendent. It is a powerful awareness of our oneness with God, that spiritual reality of who we are and of our security in God’s hands.

We can all open ourselves up to receiving and feeling this peace. We can gain it by accepting its presence, and then by knowing that we deserve it. We can be humbly receptive to the divine goodness, the Love that knows us in every moment and is here at all times—even the noisy and troubling ones—reminding us that we are safe, understood, and truly beloved.

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Daily Inspiration, June 17th, 2021

“Those who are motivated by the flesh only pursue what benefits themselves. But those who live by the impulses of the Holy Spirit are motivated to pursue spiritual realities. For the sense and reason of the flesh is death, but the mind-set controlled by the Spirit finds life and peace.” (Romans 8: 5-6, the Passion Translation)

We can pursue spiritual realities and discover the life and peace we seek. Motives based on self and material gain limit our possibilities. When we let our ego and physical sense lead us, we omit what can bring us the most rich and right blessings.

We leave out Spirit, the infinite and glorious reality of being. We focus on the small and personal, when we could yield instead to the divine impulses, those that embrace the universal good and also bring us the true rewards of satisfaction, well-being, and gratitude.

We may think “the flesh”—the material sense of things—can guide us to success, to all our desires met. But this “sense and reason” doesn’t bring us life. It shuts the door on immortality and its boundless qualities by looking to matter and its limits as the be all and end all. This thinking leads us to the finite, to a lack of fulfillment, to a path that must eventually end in death.

But we can truly take on a spiritual mindset. We can see beyond material aspirations and find that true energy, expectancy, and peace that God’s infinite reality promises for us and for all.

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Daily Inspiration, June 10th, 2021

“True love for God means obeying his commands, and his commands don’t weigh us down as heavy burdens. You see, every child of God overcomes the world, for our faith is the victorious power that triumphs over the world.” (I John 5: 3-4, the Passion Translation)

True faith is powerful. That trust based on a love for God, good, gives us a victory over the world and its challenges, fears, and limitations. The world would have us believe that we are mortal and doomed, that evil can conquer goodness, that what the senses tell us is the whole story.

A cynical and faithless view of life is what really weighs us down. A reliance on God, on Spirit, on what speaks within our hearts and souls, is freeing, burdenless, and also reliable. We can obey God’s commands by releasing our grip on fear and doubt, believing these things are legitimate, even somehow based in law. We can let our faith in the spiritual qualities of Love, Life, Truth, goodness, lead us forward, upward.

We can overcome the box the world would have us believe is legitimate. Through our faith in the power and possibilities of God, we can begin to live as He intended—as children of Life and of Love, born to flourish. We can show our true love for God—for universal good and infinite Love—by trusting Him to guide us and to perfectly care for us as we triumphantly and gratefully march on.

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Daily Inspiration, June 8th, 2021

“For I am convinced [and continue to be convinced—beyond any doubt] that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present and threatening, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, will be able to separate us from the [unlimited] love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8: 38-39, Amplified Bible)

Paul was completely confident. This inspired man preached the gospel and healed many. He was both a persecutor, before his conversion, and one who suffered persecution as he pursued his ministry. Yet, all that he endured only led to his utter conviction, without any doubts, that nothing could separate us from God.

This verse lists a number of possible reasons we might feel we are alone or in danger. We may think that distance keeps Love from us, or that circumstance keeps Life from us. We may believe that those humanly in charge can take away our peace and rob us of our joy.

But Paul knew otherwise. He trusted the Christ—that awareness of our relationship with God, as His dear child—and so Paul felt assured, safe, and ready to share this good news with others. Our oneness with God means we are never without infinite resources, the spiritual goodness and grace that is God’s quality and activity. We are never without the fullness of God’s Love for us. This consciousness gives us peace, strength, and conviction today and every day.

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Daily Inspiration, June 3rd, 2021

“Now I can say to myself and to all, ‘Relax and rest, be confident and serene, for the Lord rewards fully those who simply trust in him.’” (Psalms 116:7, the Passion Translation)

Trusting may seem difficult. We may find our fears and doubts seem too strong and overwhelming.

But to trust God is to relieve those fears and doubts. It is what gives us rest. This surrender to God—letting go of the analyzing and judging, predicting and limiting—is what we are made to do. It isn’t a stretch to release to a higher power and greater wisdom. It is that childlike response that is natural.

And this gives us confidence. We are giving up a reliance on the weak and the uncertain, and instead we are leaning into and upon the all-power, that which is infinite Life, goodness, and Love. And this is a rich reward. It is true peace. It takes away anxiety and allows us to relax. It gives us the openness to see new promises unfold.

God’s purpose is loving. His wisdom is perfect. Let’s yield to that inner desire to relax and rely, to simply trust God and let Him show us all the good He has for us today.

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Daily Inspiration, April 27th, 2021

“The sun shall be no more thy light by day; neither for brightness shall the moon give light unto thee: but the Lord shall be unto thee an everlasting light, and thy God thy glory.” (Isaiah 60: 19)

The light of God is brilliant, effective, and always at hand. That divine light of Life, Truth, and Love never wanes, is never distant, is never obscured. God’s light is everlasting, eternal, powerful, clear, and without opposition.

And this holy light is not like that of the sun and the moon. It is not material. It is timeless, without time. Where the sun and the moon indicate a passage of hours, days, years, God’s light has no such limitations attached to it.

The light of God is always ours and it transcends time—eradicates it, in fact—through the Truth of God’s Allness, His glorious presence that has no beginning and no end. As we reflect on and bask in this true light, we can begin to release ourselves from the beliefs of time, age, limited life and the grip of circumstance. We can realize and relish the fact that God’s light is always at hand to show us reality, harmony, the goodness that this eternal moment is ready to reveal.

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Daily Inspiration, April 22nd, 2021

“Acquaint now thyself with Him, and be at peace.” (Job 22: 21)

Don’t we all seek peace in our lives and in our very being? While it may seem reliant on circumstances or on other people’s presence (or absence), true peace is available even when the outward conditions may feel noisy and chaotic.

We can take the instructions in this verse to heart and get acquainted with God. We can draw closer to Him, get to know Him better with His qualities of pure Love and infinite Life. We can come to recognize that there is one Mind in control and this Mind is wise, almighty, and kind. Getting acquainted with God is about giving up the preoccupation with persons and self, and simply, humbly, letting God do the talking. We can listen for instruction, be open to love without qualification, and just be with our Father-Mother.

In some other translations of this verse, “acquainting” oneself is rendered as surrendering, agreeing, yielding to God. It is a sweet letting go, a release to God and an agreement that He is All, He is good, and we are safe.

This brings us a sense of peace that reveals prosperity, good at hand. We give up the willful control and give ourselves willingly to God—to His purpose, and His active, intelligent, grace.

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Daily Inspiration, June 15th, 2021

“Walk with me and work with me—watch how I do it. Learn the unforced rhythms of grace. I won’t lay anything heavy or ill-fitting on you. Keep company with me and you’ll learn to live freely and lightly.” (Matthew 11: 29-30, the Message Bible)

The Christ is calling us to be a part of a wonderful labor of love. This work is nurtured by divine Love, encouraged by it, and protected in it. When we agree to serve good, we discover a journey that comes with power and energy and brings true satisfaction.

And we can remember that doing good is not something we need to do alone. In fact, attempting to give in a willful, prideful, or uninspired way, is less productive. And it feels burdensome. But if we look to Jesus’ words and works, recognizing our own oneness with God in our unique mission, we are fruitful and unencumbered.

Instead of slogging away, we can “learn the unforced rhythms of grace.” The ego forces and judges, making for graceless steps that are often stymied in too much self-reflection. But to release ourselves to God, to trust His guidance and our own ability to hear it, is to live freely and lightly. We work with that awesome Christ-spirit, which means healing and progress, poise and peace.

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Daily Inspiration, April 20th, 2021

“And those who are wise—the people of God—shall shine as brightly as the sun’s brilliance, and those who turn many to righteousness will glitter like stars forever.” (Daniel 12: 3, the Living Bible)

The people of God are those that are wise. This wisdom that shines brightly is greater, more powerful, more brilliant than the light of human knowledge and intelligence. It is that understanding that is found in a willingness to be God’s people, to yield up our egos and to humbly let Truth and Love shine forth.

This wisdom is not will but willingness. It isn’t pushing to be a star. Rather, it is knowing that all the light that we have comes from God, good, Love, so it is boundless and available. We don’t possess it, but we express it. We are the proof of God’s radiance, and as we realize this, our own individual lamps are sustained.

And as we share this light with others, the stars in our own night sky seem to multiply. One burning candle lighting another, and then another, can cause the whole room to glow. As we remember our Source, we shine more effortlessly and our light helps others to see themselves more clearly as the people of God they truly are, the very proof of divine Life and infinite Love.

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Daily Inspiration, April 15th, 2021

“And we heard this voice when it came from heaven while we were with Him on the holy mountain. So we have the prophetic word strongly confirmed. You will do well to pay attention to it, as to a lamp shining in a dismal place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts.” (II Peter 1: 18-19, Holman Christian Standard Bible)

Jesus’ disciples heard the confirmation of the Christ. They saw the Word of God demonstrated in the life of their Master and in his transcendence of death. They experienced a deep awareness of something greater than the worldly view of things.

And they knew that this prophesy, this spiritual sight and insight, should be heeded by all. We are being encouraged here to pay attention to the Christ, to the realization of man as the son of God, and what this means for each of us. We are all God’s children. This Truth of being is not something to wait for or to ignore. It is a light in the darkness. It is a hope that leads us out of despair, limits and lies, and into a brighter reality.

Pay attention to this light, however dim it may appear at times. Take yourself to the mountaintop, the higher perspective, where you can hear and feel the truth of God’s promises, His presence, His peace.

And as we are humbly receptive, the sunlight dawns in our lives and also in our hearts and we can genuinely share its healing warmth and enlightenment with our world as well.

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Daily Inspiration, April 13th, 2021

“Instead of worrying, pray. Let petitions and praises shape your worries into prayers, letting God know your concerns. Before you know it, a sense of God’s wholeness, everything coming together for good, will come and settle you down.” (Philippians 4: 6-7, the Message Bible)

Worry may seem natural and also justified. We may feel our situation or even our disposition makes worrying our go-to response.

But we can be alert to this tendency and disown it. We can take the very concerns that we have and make them occasions to draw closer to God, to get at the heart of what is troubling us, and to find an answer of Truth and healing.

This may not all happen in a moment, but as we consciously begin to pray and praise—opening ourselves up to solutions and solace, comfort and calm—things change for the better. We begin to feel a hope rising up, and that blossoms into expectation. Then we can gain that sense of peace that is more natural to us than anxiety. We know it will all be okay.

This choice to pray—to consciously connect with God, good, Love—settles us down. It brings harmony to this moment and reveals light as we look ahead to tomorrow.

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Daily Inspiration, April 8th, 2021

“Dear children, we must show love through actions that are sincere, not through empty words.” (I John 3: 18, God’s Word Translation)

We are being called to genuine acts of love, from the heart and with pure motives. We are encouraged here to stop talking about goodness and kindness and compassion and healing without the spirit behind those words.

I love that we are being addressed here as “dear children.” It seems that acknowledging this sweet identity, as children of God and also as innocent little ones, gives this admonition even more clarity. To be sincere is to be free of deceit, to be earnest, honest, and real. Aren’t children more naturally like this? They come to one another with open hearts. They don’t try to appear to be something they are not. Their words tend to be straightforward and they usually have a genuine eagerness to listen and to love.

We can become aware of that child within us and nurture its place in our experience. We can come to one another with simple joy and expectation, willingness to listen and to share without superiority. And we can also bring that seasoned adult into play as we use our wisdom to be helpful and to serve one another sincerely and with love.

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Daily Inspiration, April 6th, 2021

“Let my passion for life be restored, tasting joy in every breakthrough you bring to me. Hold me close to you with a willing spirit that obeys whatever you say.” (Psalms 51: 12, the Passion Translation)

You can feel the deep desire in this prayer. He turns to God in expectation and seeks more than surface needs being met. It is an earnest plea for spiritual awakening and renewal. This prayer recognizes the importance of growth in understanding, a readiness for God’s inspiration, and an acknowledgment that a passion for life is to be found in obedience to God.

For God is Life and His Life is eternal, infinite, measureless, and full of Love. This true Life can’t diminish or be lost. It is always full, and it is always ours to claim and to reclaim, because it comes from God.

His intention is not one of stagnation or resignation. We may feel it easy to give up and give in to living without joy and enthusiasm. But when we obey God—recognize our enduring Oneness with Him Who is Life and is Truth and is Love—we are ready to listen to His guidance and to enjoy the blessing in that.

We can feel passionate about material things and endeavors, but a true passion goes beyond that. It is a spiritual quality that reveals the wonder of living from breakthrough to breakthrough, glory to glory, joy to joy.

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Daily Inspiration, April 1st, 2021

“Working and praying with true motives, your Father will open the way.” (Science and Health, p. 326)

Let’s be assured that we can advance in our lives without pushing and forcing things. We can trust that even if we aren’t sure what the next step must be, or if we feel too weary to trudge on, God will open the way for us—naturally, rightly, timely.

Our job is not to hold onto some grand ambition and look for material methods to get there, constantly judging ourselves or comparing to others. What we must and can do is to work along, moment by moment, at what it comes to us to do. We can use the gifts we have and the wisdom at hand, to be active in good thoughts and good actions.

The primary thing is our motive. If we look to our intentions and see in them a right desire to do good, or to grow in our understanding, or to achieve something meaningful and helpful, we can trust that our Father will show us the way. If we do what we do with love, and pray for guidance and with gratitude, we will find ourselves blessing others and feeling blessed ourselves.

And this blessing is more than human accomplishment. It is a feeling of worth, confidence, and satisfaction not only in some end result, but in the progressive journey itself.

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Daily Inspiration, March 30th, 2021

“I know that you delight to set your truth deep in my spirit. So come into the hidden places of my heart and teach me wisdom.” (Psalms 51: 6, the Passion Translation)

Let God in. His wisdom is ready to teach you. His Love is ready to reach you at the very core of your being. We can invite this Truth in. We can welcome God’s delight at knowing us fully and loving us without measure.

The hidden places of our heart may be where we hold fears and doubts. It may be a remembrance of mistakes or a feeling of shame or of confusion. We may bury deep inside a sense of unworthiness, or an awareness of base desires that we feel make us bad, unlovable.

But God wants to set His Truth within us. He wants to show us who He made and who He sees and who He loves. This Truth is that awareness of the Christ, our oneness with God as His child and His expression. This fact of our being is already within us. It isn’t new, but it is ready to be revealed and enjoyed.

Let’s know and joyfully accept that God delights in showing us what is wise and right and good. Let’s receive His loving intention willingly, openly, and gratefully.

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