“Creation is ever appearing, and must ever continue to appear from the nature of its inexhaustible source.” (Science and Health, page 507)
There will always be something new to see, to feel, to know, to experience. Creativity is never stalled or stagnant, old or uninspired. God is the Source of all, and His ideas are infinite, constantly fresh, and without repetitiveness or dullness.
God’s Mind is inexhaustible. His manner of expression is always vibrant, full of new colors and flavors, without duplicate, and always beautiful and right. God made you, and He not only gives you the ability to be creative (to be the evidence of His own masterful hand), but He has made your life as the very manifestation of His forever-inspired and dynamic thought.
Be at the ready for new and meaningful opportunities, experiences, awareness. Recognize that your Source is boundless, bottomless, and with the intention of perfect Love. Life must ever continue to blossom, and you are the witness to and evidence of that Life!
Get ready for surprises, adventures, and new reasons to celebrate God and His glorious creation!
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Such a delightful concept… reminds me of Hanna Hurnard’s last paragraph from her book, Hinds’ Feet on High Places:
Oh, what a wonderful life of joy, adventure and ever deepening love, the Good Shepard leads us to! As we follow Him along the path of Life, let us leave Him to choose every step of the way, as we live in His radiant presence and are ever led to still higher places.
Thanks, Ted! Love that idea and will take it with me today!