Who can really hate and love at once? We think we can. We can only see one world at a time. We either see the world of the ego (fear) or the world of God (love). Jesus goes on to tell us how much we must really want to see the fear because of what we experience. This doesn’t need to involve guilt, but it could use mindfulness.
“Fear has made everything you think you see.”
We made this world as a substitute for God. And this is a mind-blower right? We protest it loudly. We don’t want to take on the responsibility that perhaps we made this world and all of our experiences.
I can look upon my life experiences and either see them as a curse upon curse, or I could look on these same experiences and see how they have helped me to stretch my mind and encouraged me to grow. I can bless these experiences. What world do I choose to live in?
We think all things are out of our control. In some ways, yes, but otherwise we have to remember we always have the ability to decide how we will perceive such things.
Will I judge everything? Will I have opinions? Will I be righteous? Will I think I know what’s right for everyone in every situation?
Will I love? Will I forgive? Will I offer kindness? Shall I be compassionate? Will I join with the Holy Spirit and allow His Sight to show me what is right?
“Let me accept the strength God offers me and see no value in this world, that I may find my freedom and my deliverance.”
- The Thoughts I post here are different than the ones Rev. Paul and I journaled with the lessons in our book, A Journey Through the Workbook for Students –astore.amazon.com/miraclesone-20/detail/061520239X
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