Please invite the Holy Spirit for translation. Thank you.
Using Mama’s Christmas Carol, You Got the Power, Mom! By Debra (Debi) Yvonne Simmons
1.Allowing the Holy Spirit to take care of the future, by releasing your hold on fear, allows Him to clean up the attachment, and trauma, that existed in the past.
In this era of the coronavirus lock-down, we are given the opportunity to do just this.
We need to “honor” the illusion by following the guidelines so that the virus is not spread while at the same time, not giving in to panic and fear for the future, or our “being”.
We have a unique opportunity to accept the Atonement by the thousands (and more) if we would allow ourselves to rest in the awareness, and forgiveness of the original error; that the Son of God (each one of us) had left the presence of Father.
We are protected, loved, abundant, worthy, etc..
And make no mistake, the Atonement can be lived today. That is what Jesus’ life on earth was all about.
2. Give thanks to God and show compassion and courtesy one to another.
Easier said than done, you say? Yes, I am right there with you.
We train our employees to be polite and courteous, but humanity as a whole, does not function in this way.
And as you grow in your walk with Spirit, and are able to discern (or see) truthfulness from deceit or lies, it can hurt because it will come from even those closest to you.
Remember that they are confused and caught in a belief that they must defend themselves, and that they must attack before they are attacked.
So, be courteous because you know who they are, as Children of God. Not because they treat you kindly in return.
3.Your knowledge of others is to be based on testifying of God’s awareness of them and Love for them.
This backs up the last point, doesn’t it?
Accepting the Atonement for yourself allows you to see others in the Atonement as well.
It does not mean that you will not be affected by the illusion of their attack or defensiveness.
It means that you will not have a need or desire to return the attack or defensiveness, or the *charade for that matter, and keep the cycle of destruction going.
*A note on the charade is in order here. I was able to live with my children and see that their behavior was not that of love, while at the same time knowing of their love for me. As adults, this continues. Consequences have resulted from their belief in their behaviors, but it does not alter what I know about the truth and our love for each other.
I do not know if that makes any sense, but it gives me peace, and joy even, in spite of, the very difficult things that I see.
I no longer believe that it is Christ’s Story. I believe it is Jesus’s story, and that he put it into play, while at the same time, we have the ability to alter it somewhat by our choices here.
I think that we took on a “role” in the script of “life” that was defined by a lens that said the Son of God had separated from humanity.
We chose specific obstacles to face with the intention of the Son creating desire’s that would bring them joy. (The Son is singular, whereas we are each a part of Him.)
These may or may not manifest here and now, but they are a part of the world that is the true birth place of the Son of God.
That said, I do believe that peace and joy may be the ground that the individual walks on, here on earth, as they accept the Atonement, and give the reigns of the script over to Jesus, for its fulfillment throughout all creation.
Release your hold on fear. You are an eternal being. Nothing can truly harm you.
Show compassion and courtesy to others as a way of giving thanks to God.
You will see things about others that you would rather not know. Understand that you are able to see them, so that you can bear witness of who they “truly are” as Children of God.
Remember that the scenarios played out on earth at this time, are results of the confusion that the Son of God had left the presence of the Father (and nothing more).
This will allow us to see how we all, including Jesus, need the communion and forgiveness the Atonement provides.
It will also help us remember that life “as we see it now” is a metaphor that develops our ability to share this message in our unique way.
The only thing stopping us from stepping into a better place as a society is our fear.
Till next time, God bless, Namaste~