God — our unchanging rock

God is strong enough to lean on. Isn’t it amazing? No matter how hard we lean, no matter if the whole world leans at the same time, God is strong enough to hold us all up, to bless us individually, and to reveal His/Her spiritual, healing power. God never runs out.

God is an inexhaustible Principle — an unchanging, omnipresent Love. No matter how things change on the human scene, God never changes. Divine Love never changes. Love is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

So no matter what challenges face the world or our individual lives, God is strong enough for us to lean on, draw power from, and an endless Source of spiritual inspiration. Like a waterfall pouring forth more water than we could hold, God is unconditional love pouring forth endless strength, compassion, and restoration.

God’s love never leaves us where it found us. When we lean on God, we stand up again strengthened, regenerated, and healed.

” . . . The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my savior;” — II Samuel 22:2

Maintain peace, health, and poise

Where do you live? Safe in the consciousness of Love in the “secret place of the Most High”. (Psalm 91:1)

No error, disease, hypnotic news feed, can touch or hinder your divine being. Every aspect of you is embraced in Divine Love. Love knows no seperation from you.

Love maintains your health and wellbeing infinitely. Love loves to delight in you! Just like a Mother and her child, Love, God, is nurturing you, sustaining you, giving you mental poise and balance. Feeding you with the Truth of your being. You know who you are. A child of light!

This means that wherever you go, no doubt, stress, or fear can touch you. You rest safely in the arms of Love. You know that!

Remember you are loved!

Loving our next door neighbors

We’ve all had “those” neighbors, I’m sure. The ones who move in and seem to disrupt our routine, our quiet, our peace, etc. We had those neighbors, too. But then they did a surprising act of kindness, and this one positive interaction with them completely changed our perspective. They were the Good Samaritans helping us with car trouble, and we were given the opportunity to learn more humility, grace, and understanding from the experience. Now we have a relationship based on appreciation for one another. Have you had an experience like this, too?

You can read about this experience in my recent article for The Christian Science Monitor. 


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