Please bring the Holy Spirit for translation purposes. Thank you.
1. The body is not your identity.
When I see the body as me, it becomes an idol. It is all that I can think about because I am trying to take care of it, keep it from harm, and give it pleasure, etc.
Likewise, with the heart or emotions. They can become idols that absorb our time and consciousness, if that is what we think we are.
Could this be what we fall victim to when we choose depression as a way of life?
***I am not a doctor. And you may want to see a doctor for depression symptoms.
2. Any gathering, large or small, wants to meet under the umbrella of the Atonement.
Stand wherever you are in the witness that you are God’s.
You are His Child and of Him, as is the rest of humanity.
That will bring the light of understanding to all that you come in contact with.
When, where, and how they acknowledge this is up to the Holy Spirit, them, and Jesus. Be still and rest assured you have played your part.
3. Receiving your Atonement for and in behalf of the Christ that is in you, is your primary responsibility.
This is what we want to remember, live, and breath.
Yes, we live in the illusion. We will need to use the bathroom, and will want to feel the sun on our skins, but what ever role we play in this illusion/dream that Christ is in, we want to know that we stand in God.
This is especially important when we think, or feel, as if we do not.
Then just let things roll and act as prompted.
You will be led by Jesus and the Holy Spirit through this maze, if and when you give them a chance.
4. There is a Plan implemented and completed to fulfill the Atonement of God.
It is done. Our responsibility is to acknowledge this.
You will be led by the Holy Spirit what that means in your life.
You are not your body, your emotions, your behavior, or your role. You are a Child of God.
Bringing the witness of the Atonement into all you do is your opportunity as a part of the human race.
Accepting the Atonement is your primary responsibility.
Time, being unreal, loses its impact when you stand in the Atonement, because all things are correct and as they ought to be.
From there, you may interface with the illusion without fear of repercussion or lasting consequence.
Here, in the Present Moment of the Atonement, we stand as close to our truth as we can without all parts of the Whole of Christ witnessing this and being drawn into God.
We have no understanding of what being drawn into God means, and this should not be an issue, because we understand that God IS and He is good.
Till next time, God bless, Namaste~
The reading is taken from Chapter 10 of Mama’s Christmas Carol, You Got the Power, Mom! by Debra (Debi) Yvonne Simmons. It can be found on Amazon.com. Thank you for leaving a review.