Daily Inspiration, March 29th


“When we wait patiently on God and seek Truth righteously, He directs our path.” (Science and Health, page 254)

Patience. It may seem a difficult quality to express for many of us, especially when we seek an answer, guidance, a solution or resolution.

But patience is vital, and it is something of which we are fully capable. The second requirement noted here brings it all together. As we seek Truth righteously—with a sense of honesty, wanting to know and do what is most right for us and all—we align ourselves with God’s intention and His direction comes naturally.

When patience seems like we are waiting for action, let’s remember that God’s activity is always going on. He is moving thought and ideas in just the right way, in His perfect timing, in order that His intention is fully realized. To be patient is not to be just tolerating sitting and doing nothing. It is to be gratefully releasing ourselves to witness God’s unfolding good. It is taking pleasure in trusting Him to show us what is needed, when it is needed.

This brings to light the direction we seek in its richest glory, finished and ready for our receiving and living. We don’t want our pursuit to be half-baked, rushed and impulsive. If we take out that cake before it is ready, it won’t be nearly as good, and putting the frosting on it will be especially difficult!

Wait on God and wait with God. He doesn’t leave us alone while He works out the details. He’s there each moment with ideas to keep us busy, hints to keep us expectant, and the joy to know that the Almighty is in charge and that He is Love.

Would you like to explore ideas like these further and really incorporate them into your life? I offer one-on-one discovery sessions, designed to bring clarity and invite more joy and power and purpose into your life TODAY. I’d love to talk with you! Feel free to contact me at lauramoliter@gmail.com and I can tell you more.

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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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3 Responses to Daily Inspiration, March 29th

  1. Hey!! Knock it off with the cake and icing stuff!! I am trying to lose weight and then, in the morning when I am most vulnerable… BANG… cake and icing!!!

    But, seriously, you must have been peeking because this message was written for me. I spent a lot of my career managing sales people and information technology consultants… Hurry, hurry, scoot and scurry.. Get out of the office, get on the phone, get that project started, go, go, go. Patience was not one of my strong suits.

    This message is so helpful because it is so true. And Needed!!! Mary Eddy said, “Rushing around hurriedly is no sign of accomplishing much.” Your article is so in-line with that thought.

    Thank you dear friend for always knowing what is needed to keep us on track.


    • LauraMoliter says:

      Glad the message was helpful and sorry to taunt you with cake! Patience ain’t my strong suit, either, so I’m always working with these ideas, too. Thanks for chiming in! 🙂

  2. Don’t know what happened to my comments post. It copied all of your post and included it in my Comments. Sorry… can’t figure what happened.

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