Daily Inspiration, March 11th, 2021

“Consider it nothing but joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you fall into various trials. Be assured that the testing of your faith [through experience] produces endurance [leading to spiritual maturity, and inner peace].” (James 1: 2-3, Amplified Bible)

Our challenges are reasons for joy! Yes, I know that may sound hard to believe, but it is true that when trials come, the experiences have a way of moving us forward. We progress in understanding, in wisdom, and in the blessing of spiritual maturity.

And we can realize this happy gratitude much more naturally when we give up the belief that the troubles that come are here to punish us. We may think that we have done something wrong and therefore we suffer. Or we may believe that we are victims in battles we should not have to fight.

But when we let go of either of these premises and begin to see that while we are not eager for problems, the solving of them, the strength, patience, enlightenment that comes, is well worth it. We can rejoice in the fact that, as this message says, we are brothers and sisters, and so we are not lonely warriors. We have not been singled out and we are not alone as we seek the higher good.

And this true joy in all circumstances comes as we lean on God. The trials become occasions for trust, a freeing release of ego, and a blessed discovery of grace and its power to heal and to save.

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Daily Inspiration, March 9th, 2021

“I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened, so that you will know what is the hope of His calling, what are the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints.” (Ephesians 1: 18, New American Standard Bible)

This sweet prayer is so powerful. It bestows on us the sincere desire that our eyes become open to the true sense of God and of a life in grateful awareness of Him.

This awakening is one which enlightens the eyes, not of sense, but of the heart. It is a clarity and inspiration that is discovered in that deep place of love and of life. For to know God, to really understand what we have with Him and in Him, is to know Love. And to really feel the Love that also guarantees our devotion, means being receptive to it and being ready to love. It is to release the blinders on our hearts—fear, limit, ego, resentment, anger, distrust.

Paul wanted the Ephesians and all of us to feel the great glory of God’s Love within us, to consciously claim that hope and the promise, and so to live that natural and available and rich inheritance which is divine Love realized and expressed.

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Daily Inspiration, March 4th, 2021

“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 investigate our ancestry. Let’s relish the opportunity to explore our true heritage and what that means for us today.

Our genuine identity proceeds from our spiritual roots. We are directly linked to God. He is our Father and our Mother. Divine Love has formed us. We are composed of His Spirit—the perfect and harmonious qualities that express God’s intention. God’s Life is what gives us life. This is a continual inheritance.

We were not born out of nor confined to the limits of matter. We were born of God. We function according to the everlasting continuity of His Life. We are each the living image of His own goodness, beauty, and light.

We can rest in the fact that our unique identity is held safe in the Truth of God’s purpose. Our being and all its glorious goodness, can neither by found nor lost in physicality or material life.

Let’s remember where we come from and what that means for us. We are children of the divine, so we are always whole, holy, and free!

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Daily Inspiration, March 2nd, 2021

“God’s Spirit makes us loving, happy, peaceful, patient, kind, good, faithful, gentle, and self-controlled.” (Galatians 5: 22-23, Contemporary English Version)

All these wonderful qualities can certainly make for a good experience and a productive one as well. And while they seem like nice human attributes to feel and express, they have their source in something much greater.

As we recognize God’s Spirit in us, we realize we have access to all of these ideal traits in infinite measure, and naturally. It is not by human effort that we are loving. It is by God’s Spirit, His Love for us and with us. We are not peaceful merely because the circumstances are all perfectly aligned, but because God’s Truth assures us, and settles us.

Kindness and gentleness and self-control are possible and a joy to us, for they are a release of self and ego to God’s conscious Love as well as His strength, certainty, and divine government. We can act in a powerful and constructive way, making a positive difference in the world, because we know that God, good, is in charge and that we are both the beloved object and expression of all that He is.

Gratefully remember where your goodness comes from. Accept this powerful gift and use it without restraint or qualification!

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Daily Inspiration, February 25th, 2021

“And an highway shall be there, and a way, and it shall be called The way of holiness.” (Isaiah 35: 8)

We are not trapped. We are not in a rut. We are not in a place of confusion or indecision. We are not without a way forward or a way out.

God’s promise in this verse is one we can rely on. A highway, an open road, is appearing before us. It is not only one course, it is the way, the right path that is more than merely humanly desirable. It is truly holy.

That way of holiness is a spiritual deliverance, advancing us, progressing us, causing us to grow in grace and in wisdom and in goodness. This way is not one of human devising. It is pure, sacred, clean, satisfying.

Let’s stop looking all over the place for material ways and those routes that are complex and unclear. Let’s open our eyes to God’s way, the highway to peace, purpose, and joy. It is a natural path and it is right there when we are ready.

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Daily Inspiration, February 23rd, 2021

“In the quiet sanctuary of earnest longings, we must deny sin and plead God’s allness. We must resolve to take up the cross, and go forth with honest hearts to work and watch for wisdom, Truth, and Love.” (Science and Health, p. 15)

Here is a description of true prayer—one that begins with our hearts, gains inspiration in thought, and is carried forward into life.

Cherish the quiet sanctuary. It’s where we commune with God. It begins with that earnest longing—a sincere desire to see more clearly, live more honestly, feel God’s presence and trust His care. In this space of prayer, we must make it about God and not our troubles. As we acknowledge and adore God’s allness, the mistaken views of separation, sin, shame, guilt, and fear dissolve. We are truly with God, good, alone, and in this we are at one with Truth.

And we can remember that this Truth continues with us as we go forth into the world. Distractions and discouragement may want to enter in, but we can resolve to take up that cross—choose to continue to believe and be loyal to what we felt in that sweet sanctuary. We can remain faithful and watchful. We can work with a devotion to our cause, taking each moment as it comes, with new insights. And we can eagerly return to our sanctuary every time we need guidance, comfort, and motivation to face the new day.

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Daily Inspiration, February 18th, 2021

“And whenever you stand praying, if you find that you carry something in your heart against another person, release him and forgive him so that your Father in heaven will also release you and forgive you of your faults.” (Mark 11: 25, the Passion Translation)

Forgiveness is our release. When we seek healing, inspiration, comfort, we will find it through divine Love. And this Love requires that we also love.

If we would feel love and its saving presence and power, we can’t remain divided, a heart half ready and yet half resentful. Be willing to allow those moments of communing with God to be more than a plea for your own well-being, but also a yearning to let go. Let your prayer include an earnest desire to be shown where your heart may hold on to hatred, resentment, blame, and to be willing to forgive.

It may seem difficult, but if we want to gain the sweet peace and joy we seek from God, we must stop clinging to any bitterness. We can rejoice in the fact that divine Love Herself is ready to help us to love better, to let go of the mesmerizing sense of being wronged, and to release our brothers and sisters from our anger.

Forgiveness fulfills a desire to feel free. It is wisdom. For to hold one in our hearts as our enemy is to fill with darkness a space that is meant for light, joy, and love.

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Daily Inspiration, February 16th, 2021

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“He’s the hope that holds me and the Stronghold to shelter me, the only God for me, and my great confidence.” (Psalms 91: 2, The Passion Translation)

This prayer is an affirmation and a love song. In this psalm, we feel the deep trust and gratitude that the writer has for God. He has gained an awareness and understanding of God’s nature and presence through his own challenges and struggles.

The 91st Psalm aligns us with the truth of our protection. Here we are reminded of the divine Love that embraces us, that provides a feeling of hope at moments that may feel hopeless. We come to recognize that God’s power is infinite, and it preserves us. We are housed in God’s stronghold, sheltered by His intention for us. He keeps us safe and secure, because we are God’s own offspring and the very proof of His Being.

We can join the psalmist in this prayer and gain his confidence as well. The trust is singular. The song of praise and love shows complete devotion, a consecration to God as the only one for us. And He is for us. Our reliance on God, good, Love, Truth, gives us hope and peace in times of crisis. It brings us the clarity that leads us out of those times of trouble and into a life of glorious possibilities.

 

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Daily Inspiration, February 11th, 2021

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“…let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us: for the work of his hands made us, yea, he made us by the work of his hands.” (Psalms 90: 17, George Lamsa Translation from the Aramaic)

We can settle into this marvelous message. It tells us of our heritage and of our divine rights in this moment and going forward.

God made us by His own hands. He created us out of His own exquisite qualities. He formed us to express His own intentions—Love, harmony, grace, glory, artistry, intelligence, Life. We are everything that God’s mastery must bring forth. We are each the ideal that God made. Perfection begets perfection. God is satisfied with His works—you and me.

And so, we can also realize and gratefully receive this word of Truth. We can pause and simply let that beauty that is God’s Love be claimed and felt. We can remember God and His magnificence and what that means for us. We were shaped by His hands, by the very instruments of divine affection and flawless ability.

We are blessed by God’s beauty. It is on us, in us, and around us. Feel it. Trust it. Gratefully bask in the full loveliness of Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, February 9th, 2021

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“Willingness to become as a little child and to leave the old for the new, renders thought receptive of the advanced idea. Gladness to leave the false landmarks and joy to see them disappear, — this disposition helps to precipitate the ultimate harmony.” (Science and Health, p. 323-324)

We may think we are unable to feel the sense of readiness for the new, like a little child, that this quote speaks about. But it isn’t a capacity for receptivity and openness that we lack. It is likely a lack of willingness.

Let’s recognize that the mortal mind may hold to the old, believe that our joys and our lives are in the past. That limited thought also sees our future as based on a perspective that is often narrow and closed off to new possibilities. But that mortal mind isn’t who we are, and it doesn’t have the truth for us.

We can break away from those false beliefs and opinions, parading as wisdom, and rediscover the innocence that is our true selfhood. We are children—fresh to this day and ready to be guided and taught, to grow and to prosper, to have fun!

Let’s let go of that human will, that know-it-all attitude that isn’t getting us anywhere or making us happy. Instead, let’s embrace the childlike (but not childish) heart within us, and be glad to give up the dated, the jaded, the false, for those new joys that satisfy, harmonize, invigorate, and bless!

 

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