Walk as children of light –Ephesians 5:8
You are one with the light of God! Therefore, we have power over anything that would try to impress, oppress, or depress us!
Walk as radiant children of joy, peace, health, wholeness, strength, freedom, humbleness and God-likeness.
Overcome anything unlike God, good, in your consciousness, and then it will not be manifest in your experience! Don’t allow any thought to have a foothold in your thinking that is not of God! You have the power and authority through Christ to do this. You can deny that matter or limitation has any power. Say yes to Spirit and let the blessings flow!
…the Spirit who lives in you is greater than the spirit who lives in the world.–1 John 4:4
I love this song! A beautiful song for motivation! (Skip the ad first) 🙂
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There is so much that is fresh and new and exciting to kids. But what about to us as adults? Do we express the same vitality, joy and exuberance that children do? Many times it may seem like that kind of thought may be lacking. After all, we have already experienced so much of what they are just beginning to!
How do we bring that childlike joy, energy and enthusiasm to each day? I’ve found that gaining a new insight about Spirit each day makes me feel alive and creative again. It makes me feel whole and complete and excited about the day. It gives me fresh insights that break the dullness of routine with the spontaneity of Life and Love (synonyms for God). It also brings a fresh, new perspective on how to tackle challenges.
One moment of divine consciousness, or the spiritual understanding of Life and Love, is a foretaste of eternity.
These moments of divine consciousness are refreshing! They are like breathing the fresh air of infinite Spirit! We can humble ourselves to be open and receptive to the new ideas that are coming from Spirit, God, each day.
We live in an age of Love’s divine adventure to be All-in-all.
It’s a joyful adventure! 🙂
Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 598:23-24
Mary Baker Eddy, Miscellany, p. 158:9-10
This is a re-post of a post written by me last year.
I’m grateful for this lovely post written by my husband. Thanks, John, for inspiring us with these wonderful ideas!
It’s Only By Opening Our Eyes That We Will See More.
Inspired by the lovely book, A Simple Act of Gratitude, I have been taking very specific and conscious moments in my days to just give gratitude. This recognition of the good in my days has made me more aware of the immense good that is here! It’s only by opening our eyes that we will see more….