Daily Inspiration, November 14th, 2019

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“How enduring is God’s loyal love; the Eternal has inexhaustible compassion.” (Lamentations 3: 22, the Voice Translation)

God’s Love is the most trustworthy thing there is. We will always have the affection of the Eternal One, for He is Love, He is All, He is ever-present. There is no space or occasion where God’s Love is not active and with us.

God’s perfect Love is forever faithful. This Love never deserts us or betrays us. God is tenderly comforting us, strengthening and encouraging us, believing in us. God’s Love understands us and approves of us. This Love is sweet and at the same time powerful to heal and revive us.

The Eternal never runs out of Love. There is more than enough for all, and yet He expresses this Love with precision toward each of His beloved ones. God knows us right where we are and finds us, enveloping each one in His loving arms. This divine embrace holds us tight perpetually but at the same time gives us a wonderful feeling of freedom to be, to do, and to rejoice gratefully in this Life of Love.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 12th, 2019

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“He who despises his neighbor sins [against God, his fellowman, and himself], but happy (blessed and fortunate) is he who is kind and merciful to the poor.” (Proverbs 14: 21, Amplified Bible Classic Edition)

Let’s aspire to love and to be kind. This is not only the right way to be, but it is the way of joy, true happiness and contentment.

Despising our neighbor dishonors God. When we hate another, we are harshly judging one who God has made. We are also going against our own higher nature. For we were created to express God, and He is pure goodness and Love. He has made us to reflect His qualities and so each of us is, in Truth, worthy of respect, openness, and compassion.

The “poor” to whom we are to be kind and merciful are not only those who may seem to have less possessions or money than we do. They are also those who may appear to be lacking in an understanding we may have—of love, of grace, of peace. We can seek to be good to them, without self-righteousness, and so to feel more like ourselves, the loving individuals who we are.

Love genuinely expressed is felt by others and also felt within. This brings healing and contentment, happiness, and energy. It pleases God for it obeys His intention and is a rich blessing to us and to all.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 7th, 2019

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“Then there came again and touched me one like the appearance of a man, and he strengthened me, And said, O man greatly beloved, fear not: peace be unto thee, be strong, yea, be strong. And when he had spoken unto me, I was strengthened.” (Daniel 10: 18, 19)

Daniel gained the strength he needed. This necessary and timely energy and confidence weren’t physical power or weapons or an army of people to help him out.

Daniel was empowered by the voice of Truth. These clear reminders of God’s presence came to him in a way that felt tangible and comforting. But it wasn’t a person that made Daniel feel strong. It was the comforting message. It was that reminder to Daniel that he was greatly beloved. Right away, that must have brought peace and renewal.

And he was told not to fear, to receive the natural benediction of peace that came from being loved by God, protected by His ever-conscious affection. And with this inspired revelation, Daniel received strength.

We, too, can listen for this Truth of ourselves and the care that is at the ready. At those times when we feel weak and incapable, we can let go of the gloom and the personal responsibility. We can be receptive to the Christ-Truth and let it speak to us. We can gratefully accept that we are greatly beloved, and so we need not fear. We can then feel the peace and the fortitude that is ours to experience in this moment and to refresh us for the next.

 

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Daily Inspiration, November 5th, 2019

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“Worry in the heart of a man weighs it down, but a good word makes it glad.” (Proverbs 12: 25, New Life Version)

Fretting and fearing can bring such heaviness to our lives. We feel burdened and weary even when we are well-rested. We feel unhappy even when there is much good around us.

Let’s awake to the adverse effects of worrying and take heart! Allowing our minds to be focused on concerns, ruminating and fixating on troubles, is not doing us or anyone any good. There is wisdom in being alert to what needs healing in our thought and lives, but worrying is not healing. It can really feel like the opposite.

A good word can heal our hearts and bring peace to our experience as well. For that good word is the word of God, of Truth. As we choose to set aside our worry and instead listen for guidance, insight, and inspiration, this settles and calms and leads us to clarity, solutions, and gladness.

We can listen for the good word of God with grateful expectation. And we can also assist others, take the weight of care from them, by offering a good word to them—one that compassionately, understandingly, uplifts and encourages them and naturally brings us enlightenment and joy as well.

 

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Daily Inspiration, October 31st, 2019

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“God gives us what it takes to do all that we do. He makes us worthy to be the servants of his new agreement that comes from the Holy Spirit and not from a written Law. After all, the Law brings death, but the Spirit brings life.” (II Corinthians 3: 5-6, Contemporary English Version)

We have an agreement with God. This holy covenant is God’s established relationship with us, one that is built on Truth and Love, and made to endure.

Under this divine contract, we are worthy representatives of God’s Word and His works in our world. We come under His authority as we agree to our true nature, our genuine heritage as children of God, of Love, of Truth.

This is not about human laws or even religious doctrine. This inspired thought and healing behavior is natural to us as we abide in the very Spirit of God. It isn’t about human judgment or education or power. It is about a wonderful release to Love, that glorious spark of light within us that is ready to warm and brighten lives around us and our own as well.

That light of Truth, that kindness, receptivity, humility, honesty within us, radiates God’s purpose, and so is full of Life. It’s bound in all that is eternal, not in the mortal which is finite and limited.

All that we need to be God’s own expression, true to His cause, is given to us by God Himself. He has appointed and anointed us, and He is with us always in all that we do to share His powerful, healing light.

 

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Daily Inspiration, October 29th, 2019

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“And let the loveliness of our Lord, our God, rest on us, confirming the work that we do. Oh, yes. Affirm the work that we do!” (Psalms 90: 17, the Message Bible)

God’s approval is heaven. We treasure His full affirmation that we are on track, doing the good work God would have us do, and doing it in a way that is pleasing to Him, to Truth and Life.

This confirmation is not like the good review we might seek from a human boss or someone to whom we feel responsible. It is that sweet recognition that God has of us, of the very idea that He made. It is the great loveliness that rests upon us through His enduring and conscious Love for us.

As we accept and bask in God’s tender affection and live in a way that genuinely honors that Love and goodness, we can feel that blessing upon us. We are led to do good, naturally, and not for the sake of proving ourselves to men—pushing, struggling, pursuing the reward of money and fame. Instead, we feel aligned with the beauty of God, moving forward and achieving in a way that is graceful as well as productive.

Oh, yes, let’s seek and respond to God’s voice—leading us, encouraging us, and confirming that we are exactly what He created us to be!

 

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Daily Inspiration, October 24th, 2019

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“…the Eternal One does not pay attention to what humans value. Humans only care about the external appearance, but the Eternal considers the inner character.” (I Samuel 16: 7, the Voice Translation)

The inner man or woman is who God values. This true character is the ideal who God Himself created, and this is not found in the physical, the outward appearance.

We often get distracted by what we see on the surface and then judge our fellowman according to this view. But God isn’t concerned with our mistaken and limited sense of others and even of ourselves. The Eternal One perceives Truth, the qualities that are His own—goodness, love, pure motives. God sees humility and promotes it in us, for this attribute allows us to recognize what is right and true.

We can willingly and humbly pause and see through the way people look or even their outer personality traits, to who they really are. We can be less quick to judge one as better than another because of the external, and instead look to the heart, using our own hearts as our lens, our guide.

Let’s rejoice in this clearer view whereby we see true beauty in mankind, God’s own nature and glory revealed to us!

 

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