Daily Inspiration, December 24th, 2019

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“The wakeful shepherd beholds the first faint morning beams, ere cometh the full radiance of a risen day. So shone the pale star to the prophet-shepherds…” (Science and Health, page vii)

The morning beams awakened those shepherds of old to more than just another day. They were being called forth, impelled toward a new vision of life that would change the world.

The star that led them to the birthplace of Jesus was not simply a physical glow in the night sky. It was God’s encouraging, guiding light within them that responded to the invitation to something healing and saving. I think those shepherds understood so well how sheep obey a loving master and are taken care of, and so they were most humbly ready to be guided forward themselves, with expectancy and hope.

On this Christmas Eve, let’s take a pause to feel that sweet anticipation, that promise of a new and radiant day, that the Christ brings to us. Let’s honor the silent but glimmering star of Truth that continues to call us into the saving grace that Jesus demonstrated. Let’s remember that we are just like those shepherds—ready to be led and also eager to follow, to walk humbly in the promise of Love’s freeing, eternal, and powerful Life.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 19th, 2019

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“Trust in and rely confidently on the Lord with all your heart and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways know and acknowledge and recognize Him, And He will make your paths straight and smooth [removing obstacles that block your way].” (Proverbs 3: 5-6, Amplified Bible)

It is easy to believe that we must be in control of our own experiences. It is certainly right to want to be self-reliant and to follow our own vision. We can gladly give up the need for others to tell us what we should or should not do, think, or be.

But as we turn from the opinions of others, we don’t want to needlessly burden ourselves either. This trust in our own human knowledge or capacity can be stressful, as well as limiting. Personal understanding will get us only so far, and willfulness can as easily lead us astray as it can lead us forward.

So, let’s let God do the work for us. Let’s release our consciousness and our lives to God Who can see what we cannot and has infinite, impeccable wisdom. Let’s have spiritual confidence by trusting God’s guidance and His Love that makes this direction clear, right, and satisfying.

Relying on the self and on ego can make for a wearying and rocky road. But, giving our heart’s purpose to God, leaning on Him, opens the way. It removes impediments in thought and on our course, and guides us progressively, rightly, naturally, into our next golden moment of God’s good Life.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 17th, 2019

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“It is through him that we live and function and have our identity; just as your own poets have said, ‘Our lineage comes from him.’” (Acts 17: 28, the Passion Translation)

Let’s know the strength and beauty of our roots. Let’s recognize the ease as well as the glory of our being and acting, because of the perfection of our Source.

Your identity is one that is complete and completely wonderful. You are part of a noble line, a heritage that is supremely good, healthy, lovely. You are God’s offspring, and you live because of God, in Him, and with Him. This means you are full of energy. It means you can’t malfunction or lose consciousness or capacity. You are the very expression of God’s Life, and that Life is certain and infinite and eternal.

Know yourself as you truly are. Stop identifying yourself as a flawed mortal, weak, susceptible, or in some way threatened by time and its presumed power. You live today and always as the evidence of God’s being, His Spirit, His Truth, His Love, His clear and peaceful Mind.

Celebrate the inheritance of divine life that is yours to experience, here and now, naturally and rightfully and poetically!

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 12th, 2019

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“Here’s my point. A stingy sower will reap a meager harvest, but the one who sows from a generous spirit will reap an abundant harvest.” (II Corinthians 9: 6, the Passion Translation)

Good point! Yes, we have to invest in the things that we want to prosper. If we aren’t willing to put our hearts into what we do, our return will likely be small and unfulfilling.

Likewise, if we are selfish about our pursuits, holding all we have close to us protectively or competitively, we may keep what we have but we won’t truly flourish in the qualities that generate abundance and satisfaction and peace and joy.

As we share what we have—the gifts and talents as well as the time, commitment, devotion, love—we will naturally feel the benefits of that investment. Our goodness is not a personal possession. It is a rich inheritance of God and so it can and must be utilized generously. Spreading our wealth of kindness, nurturing our higher goals with dedication, and being open to receiving from others as well, will cause us to grow, to fulfill God’s purpose for us.

This generous cultivation reaps a bountiful harvest, and one that is pure, beautiful, and continues to multiply for us and blesses our world as well.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 10th, 2019

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“And as for me, thou upholdest me in mine integrity, and settest me before thy face for ever.” (Psalms 41: 12)

Integrity. Soundness of moral character. Wholeness. An unimpaired condition which is beyond reproach. This integrity is our natural state of being. It is how God created each one of us, perfect as His own thoughts surely are.

And this rightness and untouchable completeness is maintained, upheld by God. He sustains this reality of us, and we can recognize and live it. Now. Today. This claiming and reclaiming has to do with our perspective. We are set before God’s face. He is always looking at us—His love radiating on us and His qualities before us to be seen, and to be recognized as our very own.

As we look up and into that loving countenance, as the psalmist did, we can see ourselves as we truly are—made in God’s image and full of honesty, goodness, strength, confidence, uprightness, and well-being. We have the integrity of God’s own workmanship, and He stands with us, stands up for us, and keeps us as the evidence and object of His Spirit and of His Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 5th, 2019

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“I’m telling you this straight. The Son can’t independently do a thing, only what he sees the Father doing. What the Father does, the Son does. The Father loves the Son and includes him in everything he is doing.” (John 5: 19-20, the Message Bible)

Jesus clearly gave the credit and the power to God. All his healing and teaching came from the divine Source, not from human knowledge or some personal ability. Jesus was acutely and intimately aware of the one key thing: his own oneness with God and God’s absolute Love for him.

The Master shared this truth with us not to show off an exclusive relationship Jesus had with his Father. He was teaching us of our own heritage and our own opportunity to do good, to bring health and joy to our lives and to others. This instruction applies to us all. We can’t do anything without God, but we are never without Him. God loves His children and includes them in all that He is doing.

We are the very expression of God’s activity. Jesus’s knowledge of this fact, moment-by-moment, freed him from the constraints and fears that come of feeling alone, uncertain, personally responsible. Jesus knew that as he yielded consciously and gratefully to God’s Love and to His perfect design, he could do all things, be a willing witness to revelation and resurrection.

Jesus was telling us straight. We are loved. We are not alone. We are the sons and daughters of God—included, embraced, and ready to walk in the world conscious of this healing reality!

 

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Daily Inspiration, December 3rd, 2019

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“This day is special. It is sacred to our Lord. Do not grieve over your past mistakes. Let the Eternal’s own joy be your protection!” (Nehemiah 8: 10, the Voice Translation)

Awake to this new day. It may seem like an ordinary one, but it is, in fact, extraordinary.

For each new morning reveals God’s qualities and intention. This very hour is a fresh one, inviting us in to cherish it, grow in it, discover its promises, and to progress naturally.

Today is sacred to God. It is special to Him and we can treat it that way as well. In fact, carrying guilt or shame into this day dishonors God. He is preparing a shiny new occasion, with you within it to be a participant and witness to Soul’s inspiring ideas and saving glories.

There is nothing to fear in divine Love’s day. And even when we feel down and vulnerable, we can trust the Eternal. His joy and certainty, confidence and comfort, are reliably here and active for us. God is ready to unfold goodness in His glory day, this holy day.

Shake off yesterday’s regrets and tomorrow’s fears. Let the sunshine of God’s day embrace you in this refreshing moment of divine Love and Life!

 

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