We all have an inner child. We can never grow out of it! This inner child is always there — waiting to be awakened, delighted in, nurtured, cherished, protected, listened to, and admired.
It doesn’t matter how old we are, we can never lose our inner child. This child within is our Christ identity. It is who we are as a divine idea of a divine Mind. We live, move, and have our being in this perfect Mind where all is healthy, well, calm, holy, and confident.
If we don’t feel that good is present — we can challenge that! We have the right to always feel and see what God is giving and knowing for us. We can claim those spiritual gifts, know that we have them, and express them as we go forward.
Claim your right to health, peace, and freedom. Claim your right to be fearless, courageous, and embraced in good. Know that God only wants good for you, and you live in the divine Kingdom. Know there is nothing that can tempt or trick you. Live with confidence of your divine rights because God gives each us the right to be free.
Express all that you want to see in the world — all the love, childlikeness, joy, innocence, and goodness. Radiate it. You will feel lighter, and the atmosphere of the world will be uplifted.
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In this article, I write about when I reached out to God in prayer, and glimpsed a spiritual insight into the nature of God that healed me of the anxiety and illness that I was feeling that evening.
A God-centered view that heals
As I was praying about images of destruction and devastation from Hurricane Dorian, I was praying to know that no one can be separated from the love of God. This divine Love is a present and tangible force healing, working, and repairing people’s lives.
We can turn our gaze away from being engrossed by the material picture to look for and see all the evidence of God’s love supporting and sustaining recovery workers and families. I love this news article which points to the overwhelming relief support that has come in certain areas.
I turned this beloved passage in Romans 8 into a prayer for these folks:
For I am persuaded that neither destruction nor life, nor things present nor things that have happened, nor height nor depth, nor any storm, will be able to separate us from the love of God.
The divine love of God is a palpable presence that can be felt in the hearts and minds of the survivors. The Christ is present to bring the light, love, warmth, and comfort that is needed to the human heart and thought. We can all feel and express that touch of the Christ.
We can live the sentiment expressed in this poem, and that healing love will reach out to those receptive hearts.
Ask God to give thee skill
In comfort’s art:
That thou may’st consecrated be
And set apart
Unto a life of sympathy.
For heavy is the weight of ill
In every heart;
And comforters are needed much
Of Christlike touch.
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