Daily Inspiration, September 21st, 2021

“For the Holy Spirit makes God’s fatherhood real to us as he whispers into our innermost being, ‘You are God’s beloved child!’” (Romans 8: 16, the Passion Translation)

Listen. There is a gentle voice relaying a powerful truth to you. You are God’s child. You are beloved. The Holy Spirit, this divine influence, awakens us to this Truth that is deep within us, and reminds us just how much we are loved.

And this love is God’s fatherhood and Her motherhood making itself known. The Christ came to share and prove this true relationship to one and all, and the Holy Spirit, the activity of the Christ, continues to help us to feel this grand blessing now, today.

We can openly accept that we are God’s loved children. He sees us as His own, made to express His glorious qualities and to be the constant object of His affection. We can never stop being children, the very offspring and image of the Father-Mother—spiritual and limitless, whole, immortal, worthy, brilliant, unique and uniquely beloved.

Let’s listen. Let’s open our hearts to God’s love, receive, and believe.

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Daily Inspiration, September 16th, 2021

“You’re blessed when you get your inside world—your mind and heart—put right. Then you can see God in the outside world.” (Matthew 5: 8, the Message Bible)

Our blessings may seem reliant on outward circumstances. We believe we will feel satisfied and happy when certain things line up in our lives.

But the true blessing, according to Jesus’ teachings, is in getting our hearts and minds right. This beatitude reminds us that it is in finding that peace within—clearing our conscience and purifying our intentions—that we see blessings in our outside world. We feel a rightness in our experience as we feel that rightness within.

And this inner purity and peace can be realized. We can yield to a cleansing, to God’s love reminding us of our true innocence, our genuine goodness, our trust and expectation. We can challenge those arguments against our worthiness to feel blessed. We can recognize that we truly are children, God’s children, and that we are eager to live in accord with this wonderful truth.

We don’t create reality with our thoughts. God is Creator. What we can do is to change our perspective. We can purify our minds and hearts and begin to see more clearly all the good that is present in our world, in others, in ourselves.

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Daily Inspiration, September 14th, 2021

“I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye.” (Psalms 32: 8)

We don’t need to see what’s ahead. We don’t need to have the details of a plan outlined. We don’t need to brace for the worst, prepare for future troubles. We can remain students, children, and let God show us what’s next and new, moment by precious moment.

For it is God’s eye that we can count on. He sees all and sees it clearly. He sees where we need to go and how we need to get there. He knows not only where, but why and how. He has a plan that is not simply a reasonable human course of action, but the right way for true progress, growth in grace, a developing understanding of Love.

And God’s eye sees us. He knows us truly, better than we know ourselves. He sees the glorious idea that He made and is ready to reveal a life that suits us, that utilizes us well, that expresses His own qualities in us.

Our job is to let Him guide us, to trust His eyes that are not limited or obscured by fears and time and physical impediments. We can let God teach us and show us how to go forward, always walking with us, guiding us to experience more of His beautiful and immortal design of life, to see more of what His holy eyes can see.

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Daily Inspiration, September 9th, 2021

“Here is one thing that would complete my joy—come together as one in mind and spirit and purpose, sharing in the same love.” (Philippians 2: 2, the Voice Translation)

Come together, right now! It’s a lyric from a Beatles’ song, and a good rousing cry for us today.

A completeness of joy, a sense of peace and satisfaction, can be seen and felt as we resolve to come together. We can do our best to find unity with others in our homes, our communities, and our world at large. It begins with one’s thoughts and it ends with a sharing of love.

This “same love” that the verse speaks about is that Love of God. So, our unified purpose, and the peace and progress that comes of it, is not based on how much liking we can dredge up for one another. It is about realizing the presence and rightness of God’s Love. It is about allowing ourselves to feel that Love and its assurance, freeing us from fear and judgment, the ignorance that makes it difficult to “come together.”

We won’t always agree with everyone, nor should we be about changing people to make them more like us. But we can do our best to align with the true, active, healing Spirit of goodness by watching our own thoughts, being willing to let go of the divisive and judgmental and to welcome in the inclusive, the unifying, the peaceful, the kind—to come together and rejoice in our true purpose of Love!

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Daily Inspiration, September 7th, 2021

“Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own. Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go; he’s the one who will keep you on track.” (Proverbs 3: 5-6, the Message Bible)

We can gratefully give up the need to figure everything out on our own. We can stop all the over-thinking and stressing, feeling responsible and burdened by this.

We can begin to feel the pleasures of trust. We can release the confusion and concern and listen for God’s voice, that gentle yet powerful voice of Truth and Love. Staying on track doesn’t take willful effort or ego. It isn’t about going the way we think we should go, or that others tell us to go. It isn’t about constant worry over our choices, what we might do or what we have done.

It is about yielding, in this sweet moment, to a higher power—the One that knows you, loves you, and wants the best for you. God is with us in everything we do, and so we really can’t stray from the path. The path is simply walking, step by step, in the way of His goodness and Love. It is letting Life unfold as it must naturally and progressively do. It is giving up the reins and still feeling secure because our reliance is truly reliable, always ready, full of new experiences and the map to get us there, safe and sound!

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Daily Inspiration, September 2nd, 2021

“Keep me far away from what is false; give me grace to stay true to your laws.  I’ve chosen to obey your truth and walk in the splendor-light of all that you teach me.” (Psalms 119: 29-30, The Passion Translation)

Let’s choose to walk in splendor-light! This illuminated path is one that follows God, good, and that is full of brightness and clarity.

While we may not always feel things are so certain and steady, we can continue to turn to God to be instructed, reminded of what is right and progressive. We can remember that as we turn to the light, to goodness and Love, we will find our way, and have the strength to reject what isn’t serving us.

This light is the Truth. When we are following God, actively seeking His grace and direction, we are far away from the false, the darkness. The lies that limit our opportunities, dim our hope, make us angry and fearful, disappear in the light. Naturally.

We can choose to obey the voice of Truth, the one that is full of Love for us and for all. We can reject the wrong way and let God help us do this. The splendor-light is always with us to teach us and inspire us, and to lead us in a way of satisfaction, healing, and joy.

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Daily Inspiration, August 31st, 2021

“Follow my example. I try to please everyone in every way. I’m not looking out for what is good for me. I’m looking out for the interests of others. I do it so that they might be saved.” (I Corinthians 10: 33, New International Readers Version)

We may not feel this example is possible or even reasonable. Paul was following the model of Jesus’ life as he went about his own work of healing and teaching and being a spiritual leader. He was selfless in giving because he knew this to be the right way, the one which expressed the most goodness, the most Love.

Paul, like Jesus, was proving God in action. He knew that to be gracious and generous, aware of others’ needs, was to be free of the personal sense that gets in the way of fulfilling God’s plan. I don’t think Paul was choosing to be a martyr—an act that in itself might call attention to himself. He was thinking of others and knowing that what served a higher cause of good, compassion, giving, was pleasing to him as well.

Because as we look out for others, we really are being more true to our genuine selves. We are living the Love that is saving and healing. Our expression of God’s qualities, and a reliance on His provision for one and for all, aligns us with our true purpose and the blessings that naturally result.

Take a pause and think about whether your thoughts and actions are taking others into consideration. As you do, you can begin to give in a way that is helpful and impactful. And seeing another comforted, uplifted, encouraged, sustained, healed, grateful, is truly its own reward.

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Daily Inspiration, August 26th, 2021

“And I will give you a new heart, and I will put a new spirit in you. I will take out your stony, stubborn heart and give you a tender, responsive heart.” (Ezekiel 36: 26, New Living Translation)

We can be prepared for grace. God wants us to know Him. He wants us to experience divine Love in our lives. Anything that might hinder the acceptance of that gift must be done away with, replaced with a new receptivity.

We may already feel we are tender-hearted, but there might be certain areas in our thinking or behavior where we are reactive, stubborn, prideful, defensive, or cynical. This stoniness is not doing us any favors. It is also not natural to us. Our true hearts are tender, ready to love, forgive, be grateful.

God’s Love is ready to be realized. As we let our guard down with Him, stay humble and open, we begin to feel that hardness melt away and our true gentle, sweet, embracing nature come to light. We recognize that our willfulness is not comfortable at all. It makes life harsh and ugly. Whereas a willingness to listen, to love, and to be loved without judgment or fear, gives us a new spirit and a life that feels lighter, brighter, and righter!

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Daily Inspiration, August 24th, 2021

“Humble yourselves [with an attitude of repentance and insignificance] in the presence of the Lord, and He will exalt you [He will lift you up, He will give you purpose].” (James 4: 10, Amplified Bible)

Humility gives us a boost!

When we relinquish our egos and recognize a greater presence and power, we gain a higher view. We enjoy a feeling of uplift, a buoyant sense of being. Giving up pride and willfulness, we can experience a freedom from burden, a release to God’s loving and powerful purpose.

This humbling does require repentance—a change of thinking, where the focus turns from self to God, from sense to Soul, from matter to Spirit. This attitude of “insignificance,” as this version amplifies, is not about debasement. It is about subjugating a sense of personal importance and control, to the greater glory of God’s goodness and rightness for one and all.

When we are humble, God’s true purpose becomes clear. Preconceived ideas and judgments about ourselves, others, and our lives, dissolve and God’s intention is revealed. Our humility allows God to work in us and with us, lifting us out of fear and doubt and into confidence, true fulfillment, gratitude, and joy.

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Daily Inspiration, August 19th, 2021

“A calm and undisturbed mind and heart are the life and health of the body, but envy, jealousy, and wrath are like rottenness of the bones.” (Proverbs 14: 30, Amplified Bible, Classic Edition)

Our thoughts and feelings can surely influence our well-being. We can allow envy and anger, resentment and jealousy, to fester within us. This uncomfortable consciousness is surely a hindrance to feeling whole and healthy. It distracts and disturbs, preventing us from knowing our natural state of health and happiness.

It isn’t always easy to stay peaceful, and we needn’t condemn or judge ourselves over our lapses, our emotions. But if we linger with the troubled state of mind, we aren’t doing our lives any favors. And we have a ready remedy.

God has blessed us with His own qualities, and He is with us to quiet us, balance us, bring us calm and healing. We can let go of those feelings that are unkind to our bodies and our lives, and discover that undisturbed mind, that tranquil heart that is ready to be realized.

Our bodies don’t need to be punished any longer. They are innocent, and so are we. We can release with gratitude those rotten things, see them for the devilish accusations they are, and become more our true selves—happy, whole, calm, well.

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