Daily Inspiration, June 30th, 2020

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“Blessed [spiritually calm with life-joy in God’s favor] are the makers and maintainers of peace, for they will [express His character and] be called the sons of God.” (Matthew 5: 9, Amplified Bible)

What a joy and an honor to be a peacemaker! Jesus assures us here that to be actively engaged in bringing peace to others is a rich blessing.

As we recognize ourselves as the children of God, we naturally want to and can express those qualities that are unifying, calming, comforting, peace-bringing. We are able to fully utilize God’s powerful Spirit within us and to make a difference in the world around us. We can confidently live our lives bearing witness to the fact that we are all brothers and sisters, born of God, One in Spirit and in Love.

And acknowledging that mission to unify and to harmonize, we can’t help but feel the blessing that is amplified in this verse: spiritual calmness with life joy in God’s favor. Making and maintaining peace brings us that tranquility within, that joy at being and doing what we were made to do as the sons and daughters of infinite Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 25th, 2020

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“The Lord will fight for you, and all you have to do is keep still.” (Exodus 14: 14, Good News Translation)

Well, keeping still isn’t always the easiest thing to do! It may seem that the only way we are going to get what we need, gain some sense of control, or come to a resolution on things, is to keep up the personal activity. We tend to think that it’s our job to defend ourselves against the world and circumstances. This kind of uncertain fighting can be exhausting.

But we have a recourse, and knowing this, we can keep still. As we recognize that all the human wrangling and shouting, the worry and the ruminating, isn’t bringing us victory—the victory that is peace—we are ready to stop and to let ourselves be saved the right way. The easier way. The more successful way.

The Lord will fight for you. We have the divine Principle that is justice, Truth, kindness, mercy, and infinite power, on our side. As we keep still, we can feel and know this active presence, and then calmness, clarity, and inspiration come. With all the fear and blame, shame, doubt, and defensiveness released, God’s gracious goodness is revealed, right where we are.

We can keep still, gratefully. We can breathe a sigh of relief that our lives are not about having all the answers, the right weapons, all our ducks in a row. Our lives are reliant on God, the wise Almighty Who effectively, immediately, actively, and perfectly loves you.

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 23rd, 2020

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“All you need to remember is that God will never let you down; he’ll never let you be pushed past your limit; he’ll always be there to help you come through it.” (I Corinthians 10: 13, the Message Bible)

The human experience can seem full of challenges, burdens, reasons for doubt and disappointment. But here we have a saving admonition, holy advice for a ready release, the uplift that can set us free and lead us progressively forward.

People may let us down. They may not live up to our expectations. They may desert us or misunderstand us or fail to give us what we think we need or deserve. But God is not so limited. His Love and His awareness and His presence is infinite, active, and ours to realize and lean on. God knows you and your needs. His spiritual qualities, at hand and abundant, are the provision for all that seems to be lacking.

When we feel we just can’t do anymore, are stretched beyond our mental or physical abilities, we have our Father-Mother to inspire us, energize us, and lift those burdens naturally in a way that only He can. We can turn away from any self-doubt or willful pushing forward, and rely on divine Love, God, Who is right here with all that He has.

God is with you always, and He will never let you down. Relax. Rely. Rejoice.

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 18th, 2020

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“Do you not say, ‘It is four months yet until the time to gather grain’? Listen! I say to you, open your eyes and look at the fields. They are white now and waiting for the grain to be gathered in.” (John 4: 35, New Life Version)

Be ready. Let go of the excuses and rationalizations. Release that sense that you must wait for some ideal human moment, one that is just right for your engagement, participation, advancement, and fruition.

Jesus was telling his apostles to open their eyes to the readiness of the people to receive the truth and the apostles’ own readiness to share it. They could be alert, spiritually, and perceive the right timing and precise way in which to work the fields, gathering up the good and recognizing the ripe opportunities to spread the healing word to all.

This verse can mean so many things, of course. It reminds us that our own goodness is not out in tomorrow, to be patiently or impatiently anticipated. We have God and His spiritual ideas fully right now. We have the ability to see this richness and to claim the life and the health and the joy that is rightfully and inherently ours to have. We can take hold of a true awareness of our own abundance and our own worthiness to receive it. Right here and now.

Get ready. There is so much here and now to see and know and be and share. The fields are calling you. Come and get it!

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 16th, 2020

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“He isn’t far from any of us, and he gives us the power to live, to move, and to be who we are. ‘We are his children,’ just as some of your poets have said.” (Acts 17: 27-28, Contemporary English Version)

Yes, we are God’s children, and this is indeed a poetic identity, worthy of extoling! We were created by God to declare His glory, His beauty, His lyrical, harmonious ode of joy.

For we are the very evidence of God’s presence, revealing and radiating the essence of Life, of God’s own nature—uncontained, dynamic, and yet comfortable, safe and satisfying. We have this lively being because God is always with us and in us. He animates us and also comforts us, assures us, guides us. What and who we are is not distant from Him. We are the beloved. We remain in God’s Mind and in His heart. Always.

And so, we have the power and the right and the honor to be who we actually are. Because of our oneness with God and with His purpose, we simply can’t stray from our true selves. All of God’s good qualities constitute our very life. As we live and move in this world, we can poetically and powerfully express ourselves as the very amazing and supremely lovable children of God that He made us to be!

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 11th, 2020

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“I have chosen the faithful way; I have placed Your ordinances before me. I will run the way of Your commandments [with purpose], For You will give me a heart that is willing.” (Psalms 119: 30, 32)

God guides us in a path that is right, wise, safe, and faithful to His purpose. And He also supplies us with one thing that we really need to succeed.

God gives us a willing heart. For isn’t it so often that we know what we should be doing, we can see the way ahead, we are aware of the higher goal, and yet we feel resistant or uncommitted? The psalmist reminds us that we can trust God to give us that humble willingness. We can recognize that the very commandments He gave us are at the ready to reveal the way to obey, to want to, with gratitude and even eagerness.

We have chosen the faithful way. That is, we have agreed to believe in God, good, and in our relationship with Him. We may not always be certain or ready to fully understand and follow, but we seek to discover, we want to know and do what God calls us to do. Our hearts tell us that He wants what is best, most suited to us, and what will cause us to thrive.

And so, divine Love will show us not only what to do, but how to do it. Love will give us that willingness we need in order to listen moment by moment, and follow God’s lead, to let our egos go and allow God’s Truth to energize us to walk, even run, the path of His holy purpose.

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 9th, 2020

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“Call to Me, and I will answer you. I will tell you of great things, things beyond what you can imagine, things you could never have known.” (Jeremiah 33: 3, the Voice Translation)

Open your heart and your mind. Listen with expectation and without limits. Put in that call to God, tune in to His voice, and accept the surprises and blessings that divine Life describes and designs for you.

What God does is great. So, as we truly listen, the ideas, inspiration, guidance, instruction, and wisdom that He provides unfolds great things. His revelations to us, whether in word, consciousness, or experience, are beyond our human imaginations. They are holy. They are right. They are good, harmonious, and progressive.

We don’t already know these things that God wants to tell us. So, we may as well stop trying to inform God of what we need, what we think, what’s going on, what we expect. Instead, let’s be still, quiet. Let’s be ready to hear, to perceive with our willing humility, what we could never outline, but what God has in store for us.

We can call to Him, not with pleading and with a litany of our troubles, but with reverence, respect, and a readiness for amazing things that we could never have known but which we can gratefully enjoy!

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 4th, 2020

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“For the [remarkable, undeserved] grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men. It teaches us to reject ungodliness and worldly (immoral) desires, and to live sensible, upright, and godly lives [lives with a purpose that reflect spiritual maturity] in this present age…” (Titus 2: 11-12, Amplified Bible)

Grace is a powerful thing. God’s unconditional and remarkable love is salvation to us, as we receive it and abide in it. We can open our hearts and our lives to that warm and healing love of God, that welcomes us in and offers us a cleansing, a renewing, and an opportunity.

For that awareness of Love’s presence, of our own worthiness simply by being God’s own ideas, is more than a blessing to be claimed without further action required. First, we must truly be grateful for this gift! We must recognize that Life itself is offering us a new day and a new duty. This responsibility is to keep walking in grace, with grace, gracefully in our lives.

So, this means that we receive that loving embrace of God and continue to consciously think and behave in a way that honors that goodness. We don’t do this willfully. We do it by treasuring this grace so much that we simply feel more honest, right, and good when we act spiritually mature, reflecting God’s purpose in us. This divine intention is our genuine being, which grace has sweetly revealed, and which gratitude powerfully sustains.

 

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Daily Inspiration, June 2nd, 2020

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Sing to the Eternal of all the good things He’s done. Bless His name; broadcast the good news of His salvation each and every day.” (Psalms 96: 2, the Voice Translation)

What if we devoted our time and energy to praising God, to celebrating Life’s blessings, to broadcasting good news actively and regularly? What a difference we might make in the way in which we live our lives and the positive impact we might have on the world as well.

The broadcasts of today can be compelling, announcing bad news, engendering fear, promoting self and encouraging comparisons and envy. God gave us the power to communicate, to express ourselves and to be actively engaged with others. When we look around us and get caught up in negative reacting, our voices add to the noise, the confusion, and certainly don’t settle or bring peace to us or anyone.

But when we respond to God’s voice, to goodness, to Love, to the beauty of God’s creation, we can be constructive. Our songs to the eternal, our recognition of what is good and right in ourselves and others, counters the cacophony and reveals our natural desire for and capacity for harmony.

We can pause to listen to God and then sing His song. We can joyously and gratefully announce the Truth, bringing the saving good news to vital light for one and all.

 

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Daily Inspiration, May 28th, 2020

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“Then [with a deep longing] you will seek Me and require Me [as a vital necessity] and [you will] find Me when you search for Me with all your heart. I will be found by you,’ says the Lord…” (Jeremiah 29: 13-14, Amplified Bible)

Are you looking for goodness, peace, love? Do you find yourself searching for a life that feels right and satisfying and inspired and significant?

Through these honest desires, we are seeking the qualities of God. We are eager to discover the Truth that reveals comfort, assurance, worthiness, joy, security. And as we look with a depth of sincerity, turn toward God as the Source of all this good that we want to feel and know, we will find Him. As we consciously recognize that God, the Spirit of Life and Love, is vital to us, a necessity that is greater than material wealth and human accomplishment, then we will find God is already right there in us and with us. And our lives will naturally reveal this peace and power.

This is God’s promise: I am here. I am the answer. I am the saving reality. I am with you, ready to be found and felt, and to show you just how thoroughly and perpetually you are loved.

 

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