Daily Inspiration, August 6th, 2020

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“Happy are those who work for peace; God will call them his children!” (Matthew 5: 9, Good News Translation)

Peace can seem elusive, both personally and in our world. We can feel that we are always looking for it and waiting for the variables to be right, for the stars to align, to be in some special place where gentleness abides.

This verse reminds us of a road to joy. It is by our own activity to promote peace, to work for understanding and harmony, to live as peacemakers, that we naturally gain happiness. We are called God’s children as we act like Him. When we utilize the wisdom, kindness, and powerful Love of God that He gave us, we are proof of His presence and goodness.

And while seeing and feeling peace thoroughly may take some effort on our part, our daily centering—realigning with God’s harmonious control and infinite, unconditional Love—brings a contentment that helps us help others. We can remember that our natural ability and duty is to be a part of the solution, not to perpetuate the problem.

Our light, even when it feels small, is enough to break the darkness, to bring a serenity to our souls and a saving solace to the world.

 

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Daily Inspiration, August 4th, 2020

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“Little children, let us stop just saying we love people; let us really love them, and show it by our actions.” (I John 3: 18, the Living Bible)

The first words of this verse are our starting point. Seeing ourselves as little children, as innocent and cherished ideas of God, we get a glimpse of how to love others.

That openhearted love that a child has, full of devotion and readiness to be loved in return, is powerful. We have that sweet love within us. It is more than human affection. It is that Truth of God’s own divine affection that abides in our hearts, at the ready to feel and to express.

We can let go of the adult’s need to judge, to fear, to love with conditions or without sincerity. We can immerse ourselves in the Love of God for us and His tenderness for all of His creation. We can use the depth and breadth of that infinite affection toward one another.

And we can really love doing this. Loving others is a healing thing. It makes us feel like ourselves. And we certainly can’t express genuine love for another without experiencing the peace and gratitude and joy that it brings to our own spirits.

Let’s stop talking about love, unity, compassion, and let’s be little children—eager to love fully, openly, honestly, and generously.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 30th, 2020

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“Meekness and charity have divine authority.” (Science and Health, page 270)

There is a power in humble patience and gentleness. There is strength in love, in kindness, in goodness to others.

The authority that enforces these qualities is divine. God’s government is almighty. His control is certain and sound and omnipotent. And this law of God isn’t full of bluster and bravado. It doesn’t prove its righteousness through scare tactics, punishment, ego, or selfishness.

God is Love and so as we express this compassion, we are supported in our words and works. We come with God’s army of angels to assure that we are successful, helpful, and provided for. As we discover the joy of meekness—of yielding up a personal sense of ourselves with its need to impress—we feel a true power. Our purity allows God’s light to shine through us with its full intensity, and we can truly accomplish good for others.

And this humble affection that Jesus so beautifully expressed, lifts the burden off of self and lays it at the feet of Love. God’s law is responsible, and it is always up to the job.

Joyously claim and express your natural meekness and charity. It is your divine right and a sacred superpower in the world!

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 28th, 2020

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“You have surrounded me on every side, behind me and before me, and You have placed Your hand gently on my shoulder. It is the most amazing feeling to know how deeply You know me, inside and out; the realization of it is so great that I cannot comprehend it.” (Psalms 139: 5-6, the Voice Translation)

Let this beautiful assurance wash over you. Accept that this great realization is just for you to feel and to know. We have God, the Love that meets our need and beyond. He is the boundless infinite, and yet He intimately knows you, inside and out.

And what God sees of you is what He made. He sees you truly, clearly, and He completely approves. Your Father-Mother knows the goodness that makes you up and the beauty of your being, your soul, your heart. God is there in the very depths of us, for He is Truth, and this Truth dwells in us—immovable and saving and real.

And this divine Love, this caring Spirit, is around us. He is a friend and companion, walking beside us, surrounding us with perfect protection, touching us with pure affection.

We can know that God has our backs, that He is a beacon for our tomorrow, and that He is right with us in this moment, standing faithfully by our side and well-pleased to be with His beloved.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 23rd, 2020

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“Beloved, do not imitate what is evil, but [imitate] what is good. The one who practices good [exhibiting godly character, moral courage and personal integrity] is of God; the one who practices [or permits or tolerates] evil has not seen God [he has no personal experience with Him and does not know Him at all].” (III John: 11, Amplified Bible)

The ability and desire to do right comes from God. Goodness is our true nature, and to honor this quality is an indication that we have seen God. We recognize goodness in others and want to be better ourselves, because we are becoming acquainted with divine Love. We have experienced this light in our hearts, and we yearn to feel it more by expressing it.

It may seem that those who do evil or let the ego rule their lives are getting by just fine. We may even feel inclined to imitate those who take the low road or follow their baser desires, to be more like some who may achieve fame or notoriety through their misdeeds or lack of real integrity or care. But this verse reminds us that to do evil is to not really know God. It is to be unaware of the grandeur and glory of divine Love, of God’s harmonious control and what it can do for us and our lives.

Those who permit or tolerate evil have forgotten this infinite Love that is so healing and true and powerful. Let’s remember that we are beloved and consciously show forth God in all that we do. Let’s be models and examples and so turn others from that ignorance of God to see Love in action, and to seek to express it in their own lives.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 21st, 2020

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“Who could ever separate us from the endless love of God’s Anointed One? Absolutely no one! For nothing in the universe has the power to diminish his love toward us. Troubles, pressures, and problems are unable to come between us and heaven’s love. …They are all impotent to hinder omnipotent love.” (Romans 8: 35, the Passion Translation)

We are always in Love! We truly can’t be separated from that infinite, endless, perfect Love of God for us. This divine affection transcends limits of time and space. It is not hindered by people and their actions. It doesn’t require an alignment of circumstances to be full and complete and powerful.

It may seem that human troubles, stress, and fear can take that Love away from us or that our own behavior can diminish it, but God’s Love doesn’t have conditions. It is omnipotent and omnipresent. God’s Love created us, and He made us to be loved, lovable, cherished, worthy.

Our joyous job is to accept this Love. It is to awake to its potency and its limitlessness. It is to claim the presence of Love rather than to give our attention and obedience to fear and pressure. Nothing in the universe can separate us from this holy, healing Love. It is with us fully and actively, yesterday, today, and forever.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 16th, 2020

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“We sustain Truth, not by accepting, but by rejecting a lie.” (Science and Health, page 357)

We can be alert to what we are agreeing with. When Truth sings in our heart, when we feel that resonating freedom and peace that is God’s goodness announcing itself, we can accept it willingly and gratefully.

And then we can sustain that Truth and its active power in our lives by staying awake. We can conscientiously reject the opposition to Truth, the lies that may try to drown out our song and darken our experience. We have the right to deny those troubling, diminishing, negative thoughts a presence in our minds. We can instead continue to honor the Truth that is solid and saving.

Those lies attempt to counter the real spiritual facts. So, when we hear those arguments for our worthlessness, failings, sufferings, and those in the world, we can turn those right around and find the Truth that is hopeful, healing, and right for us. The untruth about us can be rejected for what it is—a lie—but it can also help guide us to that specific spiritual fact that is the very balm we need in that moment. Guilt is canceled by innocence. Fear is annulled by Love. Vulnerability is overturned by wholeness, integrity, strength.

Let’s stop believing lies and stay faithful to the Truth, God’s own eternal and present and sustained reality of you and of all.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 14th, 2020

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“Plant your feet firmly therefore within the freedom that Christ has won for us, and do not let yourselves be caught again in the shackles of slavery.” (Galatians 5: 1, JB Phillips New Testament)

The Christ has revealed a new freedom for each of us. Our release is permanent. We can accept this good news and live like the free men and women that we truly are.

Those shackles are not legitimate, and we can resist the lure of believing that we must succumb to such limitation and degradation. We can plant our feet firmly, legitimately, on the Truth that Jesus came to show us. We can remember that we are children of God, not of matter, fear, malice, anger, shame. We can base this conviction on what Jesus taught and proved, that invincible goodness that is ours innately to know and to live.

Let’s be awake to the world’s attempts to get us to believe we are less than free, less than capable, less than lovely, less than worthy. Let’s accept our liberty from the constraints of complaint, competition, envy, negativity, and be the sons and daughters of God that we are. Then let’s awake others to their true freedom through our love, our awareness, our compassion, our grateful and gracious lives.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 9th, 2020

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“Each of you is now a new person. You are becoming more and more like your Creator, and you will understand him better.” (Colossians 3: 10, Contemporary English Version)

You are a new person today. Each moment we are increasing in awareness, experience, knowledge. This growth goes on humanly, of course, but our real progress is spiritual, and this is what truly renews us.

For moving through time can seem to mean both advancement and decline. But spiritual growth is a constant becoming. It is that continual opening of self to the good news, the reality of who we are as God’s own ideas. As we recognize more of God’s character—goodness, Love, immortal Life, Truth, justice—we begin to see what is real and enduring. We realize that those very qualities that we love are what we are made of.

And this true you is always brand new, for God is ageless and timeless, and His ideas express that. We can feel free to let go of the burdensome view or ourselves and of life. We can be open to believing, trusting, releasing ego and fear, and waking up to Soul’s promises.

This verse announces that we are now a new person. We are not waiting for this refreshing reality. We can accept this exciting fact today and be ready for tomorrow’s inspiration and exultation.

 

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Daily Inspiration, July 7th, 2020

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“I chose you to bring justice, and I am here at your side. I selected and sent you and my promise of hope to the nations.” (Isaiah 42: 6, Contemporary English Version)

This may seem like a high calling for someone else. But it is really God’s beckoning to all those who hear Him, who are listening, and who believe what they hear.

For the Christ, the timeless idea, preceded Jesus’ birth and continues to live with us and in us today. The Christ is the Truth of God made known to humanity, and our consciousness of the power of this goodness and Love, means we are indeed chosen. We are selected by our willingness to bring justice, to act as messengers and examples of kindness, peace, reason, as well as gratitude and joy.

And God, Almighty goodness, is at our side. It isn’t some personal task to promote justice in the world, frantically waving a banner and fighting all the way. We have God with us. That fullness of Love and Life, of strength and protection, is our defense and our efficacy. We have God’s own promise of hope, and we can rejoice that this promise includes us, uplifts us, embraces us, and empowers us to be the called, the chosen, the very ones whom God trusts to express and to accept His saving grace.

 

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