Lesson 276 – Are these my words?

The Word of God is given me to speak.

What is the Word of God? ‘My Son is pure and holy as Myself.’ And thus did God become the Father of the Son He loves, for thus was he created. This is the Word His Son did not create with Him, because in this His Son was born. Let us accept His Fatherhood, and all is given us. Deny we were created in His Love and we deny our Self, to be unsure of Who we are, of Who our Father is, and for what purpose we have come. And yet, we need but to acknowledge Him Who gave His Word to us in our caution, to remember Him and to recall our Self.

Father, Your Word is mine. And it is this that I would speak to all my brothers, who are given to me to cherish as my own, as I am loved and blessed and saved by You.

After three readings of today’s lesson, I still only really understand the second paragraph. Still very much on the theme of letting God speak through me, and boy, did I need it today! It wasn’t so much a case of letting God speak through me, as letting him show me when to hold my tongue.

I am attending the ‘how to not take it personally’ class again – with a very effective teacher. I am progressing up the rung of qualifications, and if I’m not at PhD yet, I must be close. This is like a practical lab class to extend all the other practical classes and the theory ones too.

A massage and reflexology treatment in the middle of the day helped!

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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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