Daily Inspiration, June 24th, 2021

“So be made strong even in your weakness by lifting up your tired hands in prayer and worship. And strengthen your weak knees, for as you keep walking forward on God’s path all your stumbling ways will be divinely healed!” (Hebrews 12: 12-13, the Passion Translation)

Strength is not about human will and physical force. Our true power is discovered and felt when we turn humbly to God, the infinite Spirit. God’s presence is at hand to revive us when we feel weak and weary. All we have to do is honor this divine goodness and Life. As we release ourselves willingly to God’s Truth and Love, we are uplifted, empowered.

And we gain ability and energy as we continue to move forward, leaning on God, letting go of self and allowing His plan to unfold. Walking in God’s grace, we not only avoid stumbling, our errors and weaknesses are healed. We feel the full freedom that is not just fixing the outward or waiting for something better. It is the health that goes deeper, a peace that is more secure and satisfying.

Our challenging times, those days we feel less than our best, are precisely the days to turn to the Source. We can surrender to God’s pure and boundless energy, readily available for us, and feel uplifted, carried forward, and healed.

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Daily Inspiration, June 22nd, 2021

“I give you peace, the kind of peace that only I can give. It isn’t like the peace that this world can give. So don’t be worried or afraid.” (John 14: 27, Contemporary English Version)

Peace is surely something we all seek. Even if we desire adventure or activity, we want to feel a sense of peace about all that we do, a certainty and a settled feeling within.

Looking to others, to a place, to a particular circumstance to bring us this tranquility often falls short. We can gain moments of feeling centered and calm, but we can just as quickly lose them when life seems to throw us turmoil, overwhelm, fear for our well-being or that of others.

But the Christ, the light of Truth, offers a peace that is transcendent. It is a powerful awareness of our oneness with God, that spiritual reality of who we are and of our security in God’s hands.

We can all open ourselves up to receiving and feeling this peace. We can gain it by accepting its presence, and then by knowing that we deserve it. We can be humbly receptive to the divine goodness, the Love that knows us in every moment and is here at all times—even the noisy and troubling ones—reminding us that we are safe, understood, and truly beloved.

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Daily Inspiration, June 17th, 2021

“Those who are motivated by the flesh only pursue what benefits themselves. But those who live by the impulses of the Holy Spirit are motivated to pursue spiritual realities. For the sense and reason of the flesh is death, but the mind-set controlled by the Spirit finds life and peace.” (Romans 8: 5-6, the Passion Translation)

We can pursue spiritual realities and discover the life and peace we seek. Motives based on self and material gain limit our possibilities. When we let our ego and physical sense lead us, we omit what can bring us the most rich and right blessings.

We leave out Spirit, the infinite and glorious reality of being. We focus on the small and personal, when we could yield instead to the divine impulses, those that embrace the universal good and also bring us the true rewards of satisfaction, well-being, and gratitude.

We may think “the flesh”—the material sense of things—can guide us to success, to all our desires met. But this “sense and reason” doesn’t bring us life. It shuts the door on immortality and its boundless qualities by looking to matter and its limits as the be all and end all. This thinking leads us to the finite, to a lack of fulfillment, to a path that must eventually end in death.

But we can truly take on a spiritual mindset. We can see beyond material aspirations and find that true energy, expectancy, and peace that God’s infinite reality promises for us and for all.

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Daily Inspiration, June 10th, 2021

“True love for God means obeying his commands, and his commands don’t weigh us down as heavy burdens. You see, every child of God overcomes the world, for our faith is the victorious power that triumphs over the world.” (I John 5: 3-4, the Passion Translation)

True faith is powerful. That trust based on a love for God, good, gives us a victory over the world and its challenges, fears, and limitations. The world would have us believe that we are mortal and doomed, that evil can conquer goodness, that what the senses tell us is the whole story.

A cynical and faithless view of life is what really weighs us down. A reliance on God, on Spirit, on what speaks within our hearts and souls, is freeing, burdenless, and also reliable. We can obey God’s commands by releasing our grip on fear and doubt, believing these things are legitimate, even somehow based in law. We can let our faith in the spiritual qualities of Love, Life, Truth, goodness, lead us forward, upward.

We can overcome the box the world would have us believe is legitimate. Through our faith in the power and possibilities of God, we can begin to live as He intended—as children of Life and of Love, born to flourish. We can show our true love for God—for universal good and infinite Love—by trusting Him to guide us and to perfectly care for us as we triumphantly and gratefully march on.

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Daily Inspiration, June 8th, 2021

“For I am convinced [and continue to be convinced—beyond any doubt] that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present and threatening, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, will be able to separate us from the [unlimited] love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8: 38-39, Amplified Bible)

Paul was completely confident. This inspired man preached the gospel and healed many. He was both a persecutor, before his conversion, and one who suffered persecution as he pursued his ministry. Yet, all that he endured only led to his utter conviction, without any doubts, that nothing could separate us from God.

This verse lists a number of possible reasons we might feel we are alone or in danger. We may think that distance keeps Love from us, or that circumstance keeps Life from us. We may believe that those humanly in charge can take away our peace and rob us of our joy.

But Paul knew otherwise. He trusted the Christ—that awareness of our relationship with God, as His dear child—and so Paul felt assured, safe, and ready to share this good news with others. Our oneness with God means we are never without infinite resources, the spiritual goodness and grace that is God’s quality and activity. We are never without the fullness of God’s Love for us. This consciousness gives us peace, strength, and conviction today and every day.

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Daily Inspiration, June 3rd, 2021

“Now I can say to myself and to all, ‘Relax and rest, be confident and serene, for the Lord rewards fully those who simply trust in him.’” (Psalms 116:7, the Passion Translation)

Trusting may seem difficult. We may find our fears and doubts seem too strong and overwhelming.

But to trust God is to relieve those fears and doubts. It is what gives us rest. This surrender to God—letting go of the analyzing and judging, predicting and limiting—is what we are made to do. It isn’t a stretch to release to a higher power and greater wisdom. It is that childlike response that is natural.

And this gives us confidence. We are giving up a reliance on the weak and the uncertain, and instead we are leaning into and upon the all-power, that which is infinite Life, goodness, and Love. And this is a rich reward. It is true peace. It takes away anxiety and allows us to relax. It gives us the openness to see new promises unfold.

God’s purpose is loving. His wisdom is perfect. Let’s yield to that inner desire to relax and rely, to simply trust God and let Him show us all the good He has for us today.

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Daily Inspiration, June 1st, 2021

“Thanks be to God who leads us, wherever we are, on his own triumphant way and makes our knowledge of him spread throughout the world like a lovely perfume!” (II Corinthians 2: 14, J.B. Phillips New Testament)

Yes, let’s be actively grateful to God for His presence and guidance. The Truth is with us, wherever we are. We have the opportunity and the ability to know God, good, in this moment and to radiate that awareness in our lives.

This constant connection to God, right here and now, means a oneness with infinite Love. We are in that Love and of that Love. This is true power, and it is just, kind, and irresistible. Let’s walk through our world with a knowledge of Love and be ready to share this divine affection with others.

As we humbly surrender to this Love that leads us, we emanate this quality naturally. So, we don’t have to force our thoughts and beliefs on others, to try to make them see our goodness or righteousness. Divine Love itself does the job. We have this gentle perfume about us, Love’s aroma, and it touches others in a compelling way that brings inspiration and hope and healing.

Thanks be to God!

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Daily Inspiration, May 27th, 2021

“And I will walk at liberty: for I seek thy precepts.” (Psalms 119: 45)

Our liberty is revealed as we seek what is right and follow to the best of our ability. We don’t have to wait until some hereafter to feel free. The discovery of life as God made it to be unfolds moment by moment, as we listen and learn.

Let’s recognize that walking at liberty doesn’t come through human perfection, a final goal achieved. Our freedom is about the seeking. It is in the search for Truth that we explore, that we live, and that we come to know more of what truly constitutes Life.

God is daily with us. His law is Love. His precepts, His directions for action and conduct, keep us safe. These instructions lead us to be our true selves and yet without ego and willfulness.

Following God’s wisdom, we behave in a way that is honest and good for one and all. This never limits us. It sets us free! We let go of mortal limitations—fears, shame, guilt, blame, doubt—and are able to continue to seek and to find, protected by God’s law and alive to His promises each new day.

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Daily Inspiration, May 25th, 2021

“Now since we have chosen to walk with the Spirit, let’s keep each step in perfect sync with God’s Spirit. This will happen when we set aside our self-interests and work together to create true community instead of a culture consumed by provocation, pride, and envy.” (Galatians 5: 25-26, the Voice Translation)

Let’s get in sync with God. Let’s harmonize with what is right and good for us individually, and for our community and world as well.

If we are awakening to the Truth, coming into a fuller awareness of and appreciation for divine goodness, the infinite Spirit of Life and of Love, then let’s choose to walk the walk. We truly get into step with God as we set aside ego and focus on the greater good. When we begin to release pride and self-justification—the pull to argue for “our side” without listening, to attempt to feel superior—we are getting into God’s rhythm, true harmony.

And so, the Spirit of God, that true power, is brought to bear on situations. We feel a strength and control beyond limited human resources. We are able to work wisely and well for one another and for all. In this honest yielding to God, this release to His Love, we naturally feel more giving and forgiving as well as more content. We find that our righteous efforts bear fruit, creating and sustaining community, the unity that is aligned with God’s purpose of progress and peace.

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Daily Inspiration, May 20th, 2021

“Your calling is to fulfill the royal law of love as given to us in this Scripture: ‘You must love and value your neighbor as you love and value yourself!’ For keeping this law is the noble way to live. But when you show prejudice you commit sin and you violate this royal law of love!” (James 2: 8-9, the Passion Translation)

Let’s delight in living nobly. Let’s remember that this dignified and honorable way of life is our true calling, our genuine purpose. This divine intention is inherent in us, and it is also what brings us the truest peace and satisfaction.

It’s easy to get caught up in the sense of “us and them” or “me and him.” It’s tempting, especially in today’s world, to feel there are those who deserve our love and those who do not. It can feel justifiable to see the “other” as different and dangerous or simply beyond our comprehension.

But this royal law of love is God’s own law, one that is both just and powerful. As we fulfill our calling, love and value others and let go of ego—of those self-centered beliefs that can include both superiority and fear—we are living nobly and richly. For to love one another provides us with plentiful opportunities to discover more of God’s blessings. We behold and appreciate those vital treasures we may have been missing, and we find out more about our true and best selves as well.

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