God is always speaking to us. Not that God is a chatterbox. But God’s angel messages and intuitions are ALWAYS guiding, guarding and loving us. We each have a unique relationship with a precious Creator.
We are either turning away from this utterance, or we are listening to it and going up higher.
This conversation with God — this prayer that never ceases — blesses us and lifts us up.
God already knows everything that we need and is happily providing it. So we don’t need to worry about if He will or will not do that. But prayer does change us — it opens us up to hearing His messages of love, patience and healing; prayer even heals the body through thought — a spiritual consciousness which is then manifest on the body as perfection, health and wholeness.
Prayer also guides and protects; we have all heard of countless instances of God’s protecting love guiding humans when and when not to do or say something.
What about the perpetrators of violence? Terrorists? Yes, all are capable of hearing the “still, small voice” of Life, Truth and Love guiding and protecting everyone with a pure sense of love, a courage to do what is good, and a humble and meek spirit that is willing to listen and find peaceful solutions for all humanity.
God’s love is bigger than fear. God’s love is more present and more attractive than messages of hate, lack, bitterness, resentment and violence.
Each of us are the spiritual and pure children of God. These healthy, loving messages of God are pouring on us all the time! We have to tune out the “static” and tune in to God. Then we will see everyone as rightly governed by God — our natural, normal state of being.
Man is properly self-governed only when he is guided rightly and governed by his Maker, divine Truth and Love.
So let’s all tune in to the messages of Love that come from God and that lead us to a feeling of peace and reveal solutions.
Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures p. 323:30-32
The Bible, 1 Kings 19:12
Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures p. 106:7