“Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer.” (Psalms 19:14)
Heavenly Father, I would obey you in all things. I would honor you with my words and my heart’s intents. I want only to the living expression of your Love, your rightness, your Principle of being. I will listen and respond as you guide me. I will assure that every word dignifies you, and that my quiet thoughts and prayers are free of self-righteousness, fear, doubt, and false responsibility.
The psalmist’s prayer is ours to utilize, for we, too, know that God is our full strength, our ready redeemer—the One that keeps us safe from harm and Whose love always sets us free, brings us home. So we pray that we are pleasing to Him, that our own prayer, our treatment of ourselves and others, is according to His highest design, His Truth, His Principle, His own promise and expectation.
And we can assure that our prayers and our lives are aligned with Love’s own law by consciously claiming that we can do and be nothing less. We are God’s own image, His reflection, and He is our Mind, our Life, the one Ego that is always clear, and right, and powerful. So, we honor Him in our words and in our hearts because it is divinely natural for us to do so, because we simply can’t do anything else. Our prayer is His word already written in our hearts, His light already glowing there, and His healing impulse always and already meeting every need with precision, power, and peace.
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