Daily Inspiration, December 29th

“Jesus never spoke of disease as dangerous or as difficult to heal.” (Science and Health, page 147)

Jesus is the best example we have of how to flawlessly heal every sickness that would attempt to antagonize man. His approach was the one that always worked, and our own healings would be better demonstrated by actively pursuing his way of curing. And our starting point in this is so important.

Jesus wasn’t mesmerized by the symptoms of the trouble or the material prognosis for recovery. He didn’t even take the time to acknowledge the various details of the disease that confronted him. He didn’t brood and worry and look at the data of success for the healing of the sickness before him. He didn’t analyze, nor did he fear the disease or the sin. Contagion never entered his mind, nor did the duration of the problem. It was never too late for healing.

Let’s do our best to clear our thought of the preconceived ideas about sickness and the details of the bodies various organs and functions. If it didn’t matter to Jesus, and he healed all things, so why should it matter to us? What did matter to Jesus and should matter to us is the Truth. It is not what matter tells us with all its lying limits, but what God says about our identity, our makeup, the diagnosis for our life (the promise of Life). Let’s start with the easy naturalness of perfection, and go about our prayer and demonstration with a readiness and confidence, knowing that healing is not difficult or complicated. It is natural, necessary, and now!

This is today’s e-inspire.  Come back every Tuesday and Thursday for fresh inspiration. Or receive an inspirational message like this one every morning directly to your inbox by subscribing at www.beingfreenow.com or contacting me at lamolitercs@aol.com. A downloadable book is also available.

About LauraMoliter

I'm a Divine Purpose Coach and Spiritual Activist. I'm also a poet, a Christian healer, as well as a singer/songwriter and a member of the band Rare Birds in Flight. I live in Austin, Texas, with my husband, Billy. I am also an identical twin.
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2 Responses to Daily Inspiration, December 29th

  1. studiozanne says:

    Nice! I needed this reminder, thank you, Laura! Great ideas here!

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