Please invite the Holy Spirit for translation. Text in bold print.
From Mama’s Christmas Carol, You Got the Power, Mom! by Debra Yvonne Simmons
#1 Your knowledge of others is to be based on testifying of God’s awareness of them and Love for them.
When we look at other’s we want to see Christ. When we have a “special” relationship with them like a parent to a child, I know that I am tempted, to be over-whelmed by that relationship and what it means to me. It can cause a emotional fog that threatens to hide the Christ that I know my child is.
I see instead my own failings and short-comings and inability to meet their needs the way that they want me to.
I cannot take responsibility and beat myself up for that. I have to breath pick myself up and keep going. Whatever the issues appear to be, Christ does not need to suffer, period.
I need not get entangled in the emotional baggage of them or me. If I can clear things up, fine. If not, I can see Christ and pray the Father’s blessing be with them by the power of the Holy Ghost.
I can also trust that this prayer will be answered. Not in my timing, but in Father’s.
Jesus knows when they are ready to accept the Miracle. He also knows if they are to assist someone else I may not ever know on this earth. I cannot live their lives. But I can trust that they are taken care of by a Loving Heavenly Father.
#2 Your significant gift was the ability to love and the ability to forgive.
We all have gifts. In this time of illusion, they are diverse and in different proportions. Scriptures say seek the best gifts.
Accepting the Atonement allows us to live in our joy NOW and have access to all the gifts of the Spirit.
#3 His Story
This is a concept that is easy for me to accept intellectually and yet, I feel it will take some time for me to receive it fully.
I am finding that to think in terms of the physical face of an individual as being a mask over the face of Christ helps.
I cannot expect to stand in all truths all the time and still be able to walk the earth in the flesh. I simply would not be allowed to stay here. Let go of the idea of perfection.
Sometimes people who consider themselves spiritual or of having great faith get upset with those who express sorrow or grief. Not to mention, anger! This is because we do not understand the illusion. I suspect this is core to humility and meekness.
We want to understand that the supposed weakness of humanity serves the purposes of God and the “wellness” of the Whole of Christ, even though we do not understand it all today.
#4 Another deep, yet key thing to Time and altering our way of thinking, is that everything is really happening all at once. … and any action releasing the impact of His Story (through forgiveness) impacts NOW.
It was not until I had sent this book (Mama’s Christmas) to the publisher that I read the Seth Books. The idea is expressed there so powerfully that all time is NOW and choices of perception we make in the NOW affect and alter all other experiences.
We want to do whatever we can to remind ourselves that Christ is whomever we are engaging with or thinking about.
Recognize your gifts and talents and do not be afraid to share them for the benefit of us all.
Your past and your future is His Story, Christ’s Story. Your power is in the NOW. Choose a perspective that brings what you most desire. This happens consciously or unconsciously anyway (Law of Attraction). Being aware can give us greater control over shortening the time of suffering.
Do not let the illusion of “overwhelming challenge” in the present convince you this is all there is. You are the Beloved Son of God. You have assistance.
Till next time, God bless, Namaste~