My Greatest Gift to Him 12/2/2020

God can use the flimsiest résumé. He can use the smallest gifts. Whatever my gift to God, however humble it may seem, He can turn it into a mighty work on His behalf. 

My greatest gift to Him is my devotion. 

From that point, all doors will open.

Whatever I do today, whatever effort large or small that I exert on behalf of healing the world, can be turned into a mighty work. 

I dedicate my efforts—my work both personal and professional—to be used by God. I will be amazed by what He then brings forth.”

Excerpt From

A Year of Miracles

Marianne Williamson

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The Mystery of Christ 12/1/2020

“Christ is our message!

We preach to awaken hearts and bring every person into the full understanding of truth. It has become my inspiration and passion in ministry to labor with a tireless intensity, with his power flowing through me, to present to every believer the revelation of being his perfect one in Jesus Christ.

There is a divine mystery—a secret surprise that has been concealed from the world for generations, but now it’s being revealed, unfolded and manifested for every holy believer to experience.

Living within you is the Christ who floods you with the expectation of glory!

This mystery of Christ, embedded within us, becomes a heavenly treasure chest of hope filled with the riches of glory for his people, and God wants everyone to know it!”


‭‭Colossians‬ ‭1:26-29‬ ‭

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We Have Power. 11/28/2020

“Our power lies in meeting limited circumstances with unlimited thought. It is not what happens to us, but what we choose to think about what happens to us, that determines what will happen next.

If our circumstances tempt us to think thoughts such as, “I’m such a loser,” “I will never have another chance,” “It will take forever for this situation to right itself,” or “I hate whoever is to blame for this,” then miracles, though they are programmed into the nature of the universe, cannot make their way into our awareness. They’re in the computer, but we’re not choosing to download them. With every thought we think, we either summon or block a miracle.

It is not our circumstances, then, but rather our thoughts about our circumstances, that determine our power to transform them. We choose in life whether to live in victimization or in victory. 

We have power either way—power to use against ourselves, or power to use to free ourselves. The point is that we always have the choice, and it’s not always as simple as it appears.”

Excerpt From

A Year of Miracles

Marianne Williamson

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Make Your Life a Prayer. 11/27/2020

“We appeal to you, dear brothers and sisters, to instruct those who are not in their place of battle. Be skilled at gently encouraging those who feel themselves inadequate. 

Be faithful to stand your ground. Help the weak to stand again. Be quick to demonstrate patience with everyone. 

Resist revenge, and make sure that no one pays back evil in place of evil but always pursue doing what is beautiful to one another and to all the unbelievers. 

Let joy be your continual feast. 

Make your life a prayer. 

And in the midst of everything be always giving thanks, for this is God’s perfect plan for you in Christ Jesus. 

Never restrain or put out the fire of the Holy Spirit.

 And don’t be one who scorns prophecies, but be faithful to examine them by putting them to the test, and afterward hold tightly to what has proven to be right. 

Avoid every appearance of evil. 

Now, may the God of peace and harmony set you apart, making you completely holy. And may your entire being—spirit, soul, and body—be kept completely flawless in the appearing of our Lord Jesus, the Anointed One. The one who calls you by name is trustworthy and will thoroughly complete his work in you.”

‭‭1 Thessalonians‬ ‭5:14-24‬ ‭TPT‬‬

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Prayer Blessing. 11/26/2020

“Lord, help me see my life’s journey as the story of blessings unfolding one day at a time. And help me keep my eyes and heart open, to bless others along the way. My life would be a long and empty journey were it not for all of those I love. Let the blessings that come to me come through me as well. Let them shower those who already reside in my heart, and those in need whom I have yet to love.”

Excerpt From
Intimate Conversations with the Divine
Caroline Myss

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Love Warrior 11/24/2020

“Imagine waking up each morning with an excitement and passion you haven’t felt in years. Imagine going through each day enjoying every moment, feeling purposeful and fulfilled. Imagine having all the courage and confidence you need to conquer your world.

The warrior of love lights up the room everywhere she goes. Her eyes are beaming with love, with compassion, with the radiance of knowing that life is a profound gift. She knows that she has a divine imprint. And from that imprint, the purpose and plan for her life emerge. 

The courageous warrior never forgets that there is boldness, genius, power, and magic in doing whatever it is she dreams of. With her beautiful, clear vision, she looks directly into the heart of life, loving it with an intensity that transforms. She loves every cell in her body deeply, loves every bit of human consciousness profoundly, regards every bit of history with awe, accepts every bit of the world and everyone in it with deep appreciation. 

Her courage and confidence come from this knowing. Her strength reveals the most beautiful and vulnerable parts of herself. She is excited and happy to be a part of this universe. She is committed to being the best that she can possibly be, and her vision is one that is uniquely her own.

She has the capacity to open her arms wide to all that is. The beaming force that comes through her is a union of imagination and creativity. She is tapped into the divine force, the beautiful source that speaks through her, that can see a future greater than what her human eyes can see. 

It is with her imagination that she opens up and looks around the world with new eyes, the eyes of the courageous, confident warrior of love. 

She knows that every bit of creativity is ultimately coming through the mind of God.

She has no need to be the sole proprietor of the business of living, preferring instead to be in a high-powered partnership with the creative force of the universe. This is who we are. This is who you are. This is the warrior of love.”

Excerpt From

Courage,

Debbie Ford & Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

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One On One with God. 11/23/2020

“You can connect with the Divine deliberately through prayers or a petition such as “I accept Divine Love” or by asking for a sign—like I did—and then seeing what shows up. Connecting with the Creator might involve religious services with other like-minded individuals. Few things in life feel more holy than singing joyful praise songs to God at the top of your lungs in the company of others. Especially when the musicians are skilled. But it sure doesn’t require this. 

Not in the least. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

You may think the Divine is not as important as all the other things in your life. But nothing could be more important. 

In her magnificent book Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead, Tosha Silver writes, “What if God is the story?” Indeed. God, of which we are all a part, is the whole story. And when you put your relationship with this Divine part of yourself first, everything else falls into place. 

When you put this relationship first, you get reassurance, guidance, and wisdom that is always there for you no matter what else is happening in your life. 

Nothing can replace a “one-on-one relationship with the Source that created you. Absolutely nothing. Not fame, not money, not a lover. Nothing. 

Your relationship with the Divine is the one and only thing you can absolutely count on. And it is the only thing that will continually bring you wonder. And mystery. And steadfast trust and joy. Everything else comes and goes.”

Excerpt From

Making Life Easy

Christiane Northrup, M.D

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We Are Love. 11/21/2020


“A projection of guilt onto others is endemic to the mortal world. From the moment we’re born, we’re taught a belief system that reinforces our sense of separateness: “I’m in my body, and you’re in yours. And God is outside us both.” More fractured perception emanates from our sense of separation than from any other thing.

First of all, if I’m separate from God, then I am separate from my source, and I feel traumatized the way a baby is traumatized if ripped away from the mother. This trauma induces fear, and I am then likely to be triggered by any person or situation that seems to be taking from me what I think I need—even if that’s not the case. My shadow would likely manifest as paranoia or neediness.

Second, if I’m separate from the rest of the world, then I feel powerless, given that I am so small and the world is so huge. This sense of separation leads me to believe that I am weak, when in fact, as a child of the divine, I have infinite resources of strength within. My shadow would then likely manifest as my playing small and being too fearful to stand in my own strength.

Third, if I’m separate from other people, then I am separated from the experience of love and unity that is my birthright as a human being. 

I cannot help but feel a deep existential loneliness instead of the joy that I am meant to feel in the company of other people. My shadow would likely manifest as either overattachment or under-attachment to others, a superiority or an inferiority complex, manipulative behavior, defensiveness, or a domineering or controlling personality.

Last, all of the above aspects of separation involve a sense of separation from self, from which all other forms of shadow emerge. If I am separate from myself, and my true self is love, then I am separate from love. My shadow would likely manifest as anything seemingly not-love toward myself or others, from substance abuse to violence.

Since all shadow manifestations are rooted in thoughts of separation, then healing the mistaken thought that we are separate from the rest of life—from our Creator, from other people, and from other created things—is the ultimate solution to the problem of the shadow. This reconciliation of mind and spirit, the soul’s return to its divine knowing, is the point of illumination that casts out all darkness.

And what is the light we see, when our minds are reconciled to truth? We see not only that we are one with others, but also that all of us carry seeds of the divine. We were created by God, in the image of God, in the likeness of God. We are perfect, as all His creations are. We deserve from ourselves and from each other the same mercy that God “shows to each of us. And when we remember this—when our minds are healed of the delusion that our shadows define us—then showing mercy and forgiveness comes naturally.”

Excerpt From

The Shadow Effect

Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson & Debbie Ford

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