I need but call and you will answer me.
I am not asked to take salvation on the basis of an unsupported faith. For God has promised He will hear my call, and answer me Himself. Let me but learn from my experience that this is true, and faith in Him must surely come to me. This is the faith that leads to Him. For thus I will be sure that He has not abandoned me and loves me still, awaiting but my call to give me all the help I need to come to Him.
Father, I thank You that Your promises will never fail in my experience, if I but test them out. Let me attempt therefore to try them, and to judge them not. Your Word is one with You. You give the means whereby conviction comes, and surety of Your abiding Love is gained at last.
Awake at 6 a.m. writing morning pages, doing Walking in This World tasks, meditation and ACIM lessons and readings. It took three and a half hours and I felt like I’d done a day’s work by then.
I ran out of creative space for the book, so cleared autumn leaves instead, and had a long chat with my friend’s daughter about changing schools.
Watched a couple of comedy films (Hotshots and Old School) and the long awaited but very disappointing last episode of Me and Mrs Jones on BBC 1.