Lesson 235 – Happiness is my right

God in His mercy wills that I be saved.

I need but look upon all things that seem to hurt me, and with perfect certainty assure myself. ‘God wills that I be saved from this’, and merely watch them disappear. I need but keep in my mind my Father’s Will for me is only happiness, to find that only happiness has come to me. And I need to remember that God’s Love surrounds His son and keeps his sinlessness for ever perfect, to be sure that I am saved and safe forever in His arms. I am the Son He loves. And I am saved because God in his mercy wills it so.

Father, Your holiness is mine. Your Love created me, and make my sinlessness forever part of You. I have no guilt or sin in me. For there is none in you.

A friend of mine is struggling with the concept of no guilt, and brings me back, in a very confrontational way to the statement I made that ‘I don’t do guilt.’ I have not yet found a way to explain in a form that he can accept that it serves no useful purpose. Should mass murders feel guilt? Should mothers who neglect their children that come to harm feel guilt, should adulterers feel guilt. On all counts I said no, and convinced him even more that I am out of sync with the world, and with reasonable, logical people.

It was our support group meeting tonight, and one of the issues which came up was how to live a life of love in an illusionary world. At the end of the day, it has to be about our deeds and not just our words. Hopefully, in time, my friend will accept that he can let go of guilt and replace it with love.

I spent two hours with another friend who’s been living the laws of attractions. It was a joyous time as we shared our mutual manifestations, and I came away with another reading booked for 3rd September at the Yardbird in Birmingham City Centre.

And yes, I ended the day HAPPY!

 

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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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