Daily Inspiration, January 23rd, 2020

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“And our own completeness is now found in him. We are completely filled with God as Christ’s fullness overflows within us. He is the Head of every kingdom and authority in the universe!” (Colossians 2: 10, the Passion Translation)

God’s wholeness is expressed in us. We were created as complete ideas, made up of all that is right and good and harmonious.

We may feel we are missing something in ourselves or in our lives. We may feel less than competent, productive, or strong. But we can rediscover our completeness, that satisfied and abundant state of being that God has given us. The Christ reveals this reality to us.

We can begin to think less about what we don’t have. We can shut down that voice that limits us and puts us down. We can instead awake to that spirit within us, that message from God that is telling us who we really are and what truly governs our lives. We can rest in that fullness that is not something we control, or that is in the hands of other men.

God’s eternal completeness is our identity, and this Truth governs us and all with supreme authority, unfailing generosity, and uncompromised integrity.

 

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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2 Responses to Daily Inspiration, January 23rd, 2020

  1. jim jackson says:

    This is what sets so many people up for addiction. I point out that in 1 Gen it says and God looked out over creation and said it was good. Who are we to say otherwise.

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