Daily Inspiration, September 12th, 2019

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“Jesus called a little child to his side and set him on his feet in the middle of them all. ‘Believe me,’ he said, ‘unless you change your whole outlook and become like little children you will never enter the kingdom of Heaven. It is the man who can be as humble as this little child who is greatest in the kingdom of Heaven.’” (Matthew 18: 2-4, JB Phillips New Testament)

Jesus was telling us the Way. He saw the innocence of the child, the humble openness, as the right disposition to experience heaven.

And this childlikeness is not something lost to us over time, nor is our heaven in the future, some afterlife that we will get to if we behave ourselves and obey the human rules of living. This right outlook is something we can choose in each moment. As we yield our judgment and our assumptions about ourselves and life and remember and claim that natural receptivity of a child, we can begin to live that heaven, that harmonious experience.

Because being great in the kingdom of heaven is becoming conscious of who we are. The power is not personal greatness, but it is knowing our relationship with God, our oneness with Him, with Life and Love. It is through our awareness of God’s constant care—that Fathering and Mothering that has never and can never leave us—that we are able to play in life as well as progress.

We have to and can release the ego that thinks it knows how to make it or thinks it can’t make it, to the divine Mother-Father Who is confidently, consistently, consciously revealing aspects of heaven every moment to your wide and willing child eyes!

 

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Daily Inspiration, September 10th, 2019

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“Even the darkness is not dark to You and conceals nothing from You, But the night shines as bright as the day; Darkness and light are alike to You.” (Psalms 139: 12, Amplified Bible)

God is light. He is enlightenment, goodness, radiance. There is no darkness in Him, and He is everywhere. God is active presence. His substance and His activity constitute all that is and that is going on.

When darkness seems to come, whether it be the fears that come in the night or the disturbing images of the day, we can turn our faces towards God’s continuous light. His sunlight is forever available to us and it is Truth. God is not deceived by evil’s claims. The light doesn’t fight the darkness. It simply remains what it is, and by doing so, dispels it.

Let’s remember, too, that the variations in life and in our circumstances that seem to get to us, those ups and downs, don’t change God’s presence. He is always the same, always with you, always Love, always Life, always the light that shines powerfully and equally for one and for all.

 

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Daily Inspiration, September 5th, 2019

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“Let joy be your continual feast. Make your life a prayer. And in the midst of everything be always giving thanks, for this is God’s perfect plan for you in Christ Jesus.” (I Thessalonians 5: 16-18, the Passion Translation)

God’s plan for us is to be joyful and grateful. That may seem like a stretch at times or like it isn’t really going to get us ahead in this world.

But Christ Jesus came with a promise that he also proved. We can, like Jesus, make our life a prayer. The Master’s daily experience was not one of constant contemplation, but it was one of connection. It was an awareness of God in all that Jesus did that made him powerful, peaceful, and ready.

This conscious communion with divine Love and Life gives us access to guidance, strength, and the ability to do good. Jesus walked through life with the confidence that came of knowing that he was never alone, but always at One with the Father-Mother. We can know this, too. We can accept this reality of our being and learn to walk with grace and goodness through our days, humbly open to instruction.

And also ready for the feast of joy that this Truth reveals! We can live in gratitude as Jesus did, even when the human scene still seemed to say otherwise. His recognition of God in every place revealed healing and abundance, and it must do the same for us. We can trust God’s ever-presence, appreciate what we truly have, and relish the invitation to live happily and helpfully!

 

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Daily Inspiration, September 3rd, 2019

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“We ought to weary of the fleeting and false and to cherish nothing which hinders our highest selfhood.” (Science and Health, page 68)

What are we cherishing? What are we nurturing in our thought and in our lives? What are we clinging to as important and needed?

Let’s be sure we are not investing our attention and devotion to things that don’t really serve us. Let’s take moments to reflect on the choices we are making. Are we growing, progressing, feeling more free and happy? Are we pursuing what makes us feel satisfied and brings our best to the world?

Whatever serves that higher selfhood, the genuine you that God created, should be given space in our thinking and truly cultivated. We can willingly let go of those behaviors and beliefs that lower us, make us less than we are and deserve to be. We can begin to see, as we are humbly receptive, those ideas and practices that hide our light, that drag us down in the eyes of others and to ourselves as well. We can let go of the exhausting weight of living out of accord with our bright and buoyant and blessed selves and accept today the pure and powerful individual God made.

Your true identity is ready to shine. Don’t neglect it. Discover it, claim it, live it!

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 29th, 2019

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“Grace, mercy, and peace (inner calm, a sense of spiritual well-being) will be with us, from God the Father and from Jesus Christ, the Father’s Son, in truth and love.” (II John 1: 3, Amplified Bible)

It is always a good time for a benediction. Let’s receive this beautiful blessing on our day and on our lives.

This verse is not merely a hope for us. It is a statement of Truth, and while it is bestowed like a gift, it is really a reminder of our state of being, our rights, our reality. For these precious qualities will be with us. Truth and Love have bestowed upon us, through the Christ-light, an awareness of inner calm, a knowing within that all is well, that we are safe, comforted, peaceful.

The world around us and the stirring within our own thoughts may make this grace, mercy, and peace, feel distant, unachievable. But we can yield to the facts. We can be still, stand at the altar of God’s Love, and simply accept the benediction, be open to grace. We can humbly allow ourselves to be shown who we truly are, in God’s eyes, and to rest joyously and gratefully in the goodness that is always ours, because we are always God’s own beloved.

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 27th, 2019

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“…anyone who needs wisdom should ask God, whose very nature is to give to everyone without a second thought, without keeping score. Wisdom will certainly be given to those who ask.” (James 1: 5, Common English Bible)

God’s wisdom is at hand! We may feel we are confused, and that life’s troubles are beyond our ability to figure out or to fix. We might think that we have done wrong or aren’t worthy enough, or too much in doubt, to receive God’s gracious guidance.

But this is a mistaken sense of God! Our loving Father-Mother, the Mind that knows all and made all, is eager to be heard and to be understood. His nature is to lead and to love. He isn’t keeping score or holding our humanity against us. God is decisive and absolute. He doesn’t have to think about helping us and weigh us in some uncomfortable balance. God is kindness and action. His voice is ready to be heard.

And we can be ready to hear it. And to obey. His wisdom is found as we seek it. It is already within us to perceive the right way, and to willingly choose that course. It is not a stretch for us to know God’s voice and to follow His leading any more than it is a stretch for God to be Himself—All in all, the Mind that is present with Truth, with goodness, with clarity, with comfort, and with Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 22nd, 2019

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“Your conduct among the surrounding peoples in your different countries should always be good and right, so that although they may in the usual way slander you as evil-doers yet when disasters come, they may glorify God when they see how well you conduct yourselves.” (I Peter 2: 12, JB Phillips New Testament)

This counsel for international affairs in biblical days is wisdom for us today as well. It is also instructive for our individual lives. Our behavior toward others, even those with which we disagree or who are less than respectful of us, should be honorable. While it may be easy to get into the dirt and to throw stones, it isn’t healing or helpful.

Let’s do our best to leave a good impression, to pause and do what feels right and kind. Let’s not let judgment run away with us and begin to do unto others the very thing we hate them doing to us. Let’s not make assumptions about a group of people or an individual based on our own limited viewpoint.

The best thing we can do is let our true values shine. We can allow God’s own qualities within us, that higher voice that guides us, to lead us to our best thought and behaviors. We can then respond with noble goodness, rather than reacting with actions that are beneath our integrity.

Our good actions in times of trouble as well as in the good times, glorify God. They express the power and beauty of His nature and the unity of His creation—a world made to show forth His harmony and His Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 20th, 2019

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“O my soul! Return and relax. Come to your true rest, for the Eternal has showered you with His favor.” (Psalms 116: 7, the Voice Translation)

We can find and feel that true rest and relaxation. We can return home to our rightful place, where we feel safe, confident, at peace with life and with ourselves.

The psalmist called out to his own soul. He was recognizing and reminding his most inner self, that real identity, that he belonged to God and that he could trust this reality and return to that natural state of being. This conscious awareness of God’s Love and care, of His presence, is grateful praise that reveals abundance, goodness, healing, harmony.

For as we still the striving ego and settle into our place with God; as we relax and honor our worthiness, our preciousness to God, and His great power and Love, we see that we are being showered with goodness, protection, inspiration, guidance, and comfort. Our soul—our honest-to-God identity—is expressing glorious qualities that abide right where we are, actively blessing us and others, if we only relax, return, and rest!

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 15th, 2019

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“Cultivate inner beauty, the gentle, gracious kind that God delights in.” (I Peter 3: 4, the Message Bible)

What does it mean to cultivate this quality within? It is to recognize and nurture that aspect of God that is your most natural self. This inner loveliness is the essence of you, and it only needs to be noticed, to be encouraged, to be unveiled, and so to shine.

This graciousness is the lovingkindness that is aware of God, of good, of what is right, and sincerely pursues these ideals. We can willingly and conscientiously cherish and give attention to our inner goodness rather than unduly focusing on the outer. It is not only a preoccupation with our looks and presentation that can draw us away from what is really powerful and good. It can also be that concern over what others think, how we appear to the world, and how we measure up.

God delights in what He made. He made a beautiful spirit, a glorious idea that is His very image—magnificent—and this is our natural state of being. As we give that sweetness our attention and affection; as we rejoice in the purpose of loving and giving, sharing and helping; as we take off the lens of judgment of self and others, we naturally both experience and express what is honestly lovely. And so, we bring light to the world, not by artifice, but by the authenticity of our radiant being.

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 13th, 2019

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“Our faith guarantees us permanent access into this marvelous kindness that has given us a perfect relationship with God. What incredible joy bursts forth within us as we keep on celebrating our hope of experiencing God’s glory!” (Romans 5: 2, the Passion Translation)

Relish and cultivate that faith, that hope—great or small—within you. This trust in and love of God grants us immediate and eternal awareness of the heaven of Oneness with Him, the active presence of harmony.

As we turn in God’s direction, face toward goodness and Life and Love, toward the Truth of a power beyond matter and limitation, we can feel and express this marvelous kindness. For knowing God, dwelling in this consciousness of spiritual reality, we are fully receptive to the glory that is ours naturally. God is kind. God is Love. God is Life and wisdom and good. And we have permanent access to these infinite and omnipotent qualities.

This faith isn’t blind. This hope isn’t slim and slippery. We have our God right with us and we can fully experience this heavenly fact as we celebrate it—celebrate life, exult in love, appreciate possibility—and keep on doing so!

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 8th, 2019

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“…for he is our God. We are his sheep, and he is our Shepherd. Oh, that you would hear him calling you today and come to him!” (Psalms 95: 7, the Living Bible)

The Shepherd is always calling us, watching us, guiding us. Our God is at the ready for us to turn to Him for direction, for comfort, for a release of fear and burden. The job of the Shepherd is to keep His sheep from harm, healthy, and in the right pasture.

We are the lambs in God’s pasture and He lovingly cares for us. We are His flock and we are necessary to His purpose. What is a shepherd without sheep? What is a good shepherd without a full flock that is flourishing? We have the divine Shepherd, the One Who is the very essence of every right quality of Life and Love and Truth. Our God is the best at all that He does.

Let’s remember that obedience to God’s leading is not blind following. It is a reliance on infinite wisdom, a trust in God and the divine eye that can see where danger might be, and can provide us shelter, a rescue, a way. And being a part of this flock is not confining, for God’s field is infinite Life, expansive yet secure, blooming with sustenance, beauty, and fun.

God is calling you today to recognize your innocence, your preciousness to Him, and to live and play with the freedom that knowing and accepting this naturally brings!

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 6th, 2019

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“Jesus mapped out the path for others.” (Science and Health, page 38)

Christ Jesus was a pioneer. Jesus went forth where others had not yet traversed and cleared a path for us to follow.

His map was one that unfolded a spiritual journey, one that is never taken alone, but always with God, his Father and ours. Jesus showed the world how to live in accord with God, with good, with Love. He showed us how to bring healing through this right identification, and to live in a way that was powerful, peaceful, and progressive.

This map was designed for our use, not to be viewed as some holy relic. Jesus’s words and actions, the ideas that he outlined in his sermons and demonstrated with his very life, are to be utilized, practically. The blueprint may be awe-inspiring, but it is not out of reach of every one of us. The Master’s guidance and guideposts were inspired, saving, eternally vital, and forever full of universal wisdom.

That’s what Jesus did. He brought the glorious Truth to all of us, not simply to be revered, but to be practiced. He charted a course that would honor God, Life, Truth, and show the world the Way to live in freedom and harmony, in the light of timeless Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 1st, 2019

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“Now the power that has planned this experience for us is God, and he has given us his Spirit as a guarantee of its truth. This makes us confident, whatever happens.” (II Corinthians 5: 5-6, JB Phillips New Testament)

This experience, this life, has truly been created by God, by Spirit and Love. This Truth means that we can relax, trust, be open, and confident.

It may seem like each day is a mystery. We may feel confused about what our course is to be or what our true purpose is. It is easy to believe that we are alone in figuring things out, or that we somehow are left to the winds of fate, chance, or our own uncertain efforts to get it right, to know the way, to make it work.

But the power that has planned all for us is God. We can trust God, divine Life, to reveal to us what is progressive and good. God is Love and anything that isn’t loving, doesn’t come from that Source, is not God’s plan. We can recognize that God Himself, the Almighty, guarantees our well-being. He stands by what He made—you and your valuable life—and enforces its progress and success.

Lean into the power of your own Life. You aren’t in charge. You don’t need to be ahead of things. You don’t need to look back to endlessly evaluate and analyze. Stay present, confidently, with Life. God is in this moment, with you and for you.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 30th, 2019

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“You shall be blameless (complete, perfect) before the Lord your God.” (Deuteronomy 18: 13, Amplified Bible)

We can come before God with reverence. We can stand in His presence, with receptivity, a consciousness that is ready and open and devoted. This brings us clarity and healing. It allows us to know God’s infinite Love and to feel it.

And this blameless state of being aligns us with God, because it is how He truly sees us. God made us to express His own nature. Perfect Mind conceives perfect ideas. God formed us to be incorruptible, pure, and forever complete. He made us of His Spirit, and no material suggestions to the contrary can change that fact.

We can accept this reality of our own identity. The guilt and blame and shame that would cause us to hide from, resist, or feel unworthy of good, does not enter into God’s assessment of us. As we release this false sense of God and of ourselves, we can feel that cleansing presence of grace. This absolution serves to awaken us to any imperfect human behavior and thoughts, and to let those go willingly, naturally, so that we can be more like Him, more like who we truly are—innocent, good, worthy, and beloved!

 

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