1. My holiness envelopes everything I do.
2. My holiness blesses the world.
3. There is nothing my holiness cannot do.
4. My holiness is my salvation.
5. I am blessed as a son of God.
I watched a film called ‘Bogus’ tonight, about a little boy who has an imaginary friend, and who ends up influencing the adults around him. Also watched ‘When I was Monty’ about an officer who impersonated Montgomery during the war and convinced almost everyone that he was the real Monty. It seems everywhere I look I see illusions. In ‘Bogus’ the imaginary friend is the little boy’s protector, helps him out of tricky situations and helps him to come to terms with who he really is and learn to love again. Is it coincidental that part of today’s lesson (in 5) reads, ‘I cannot suffer any loss or deprivation or pain because of Who I am. My father supports me, protects me, and directs me in all things. His care for me is infinite, and is with me forever. I am eternally blessed as His Son.’
I’m always amazed by the relevancy of these lessons, like I have my own imaginary friend pointing me in the right direction, but always allowing me free will.
Walked along the banks of the River Soar in Kegworth today. Despite being a little nippy the daffodils are standing proud.