Lesson 232 – Daily companion

Be in my mind, my Father, through the day.

Be in my mind, my father, when I wake, and shine on me throughout the day today. Let every minute be a time in which I dwell with You. And let me not forget my hourly thanksgiving that You have remained with me, and always will be there to hear my call to You and answer me. As evening comes, let all my thoughts be sill of You and of Your Love. And let me sleep sure of my safety, certain of Your care, and happily aware I am Your Son.

This is as every day should be. Today, practice the end of fear. Have faith in Him Who is your Father. Trust all things to Him. Let Him reveal all things to you and be you undismayed because you are His Son.

A few lessons ago the corresponding text was all about faith, and today I needed it in oodles and oodles. I was being challenged on lots of fronts, or maybe it was just one front taking many forms. I was being asked to defend my lack of belief in guilt, my belief that Jesus does not want us to worship him, and that I trust that whatever comes out of my mouth is what is supposed to come out, based on each encounter with another brother being a holy encounter, and that there is learning and teaching in every encounter.

The thing that kept me centred today was the total trust I placed in God to guide me, to speak through me, and to deliver whatever the message was that I needed to hear.

In another conversation, the person had experienced being surrounded by three snails as he sat in a chair. I shared my story about the snail on the door, (Lesson 225 – Loving my Dad) and he saw much relevance in the meanings for him.

I also made contact with someone who may want to put on a book promotion event for me. All in all a thoroughly guided and enjoyable day.

 

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About predencia

Author of novels Dare to Love and Betrayed www.pennydixon.com poetry anthology Raw www.cymbalspublishing.co.uk and blogger www.writingcreativelywithspirit.com
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