Finding the Will to forgive with Laura Moliter, CS and the Dark Knight – Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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We’re not all great at recognising when AM is handling us, and at the end of the day that is the underlying culprit we need to overcome… it can be very liberating…because we are not so much trying to forgive a person as give up the personal view of them that is claiming to linger in our thoughts and hearts, when that’s the very thing that we have the divine right to be free of.
Name Withheld, CS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today at 6:22 AM

by Laura Moliter CS

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* Note – Opening quote(above) not from Laura

 

“Be alert and on your guard; stand firm in your faith (your conviction respecting man’s relationship to God and divine things, keeping the trust and holy fervor born of faith and a part of it). Act like men and be courageous; grow in strength!” (I Corinthians 16: 13, Amplified Bible)

You can be strong and vigilant. You have the power to stand firm and ready to beat back the enemy of sense and self and to emerge triumphant. Don’t give in to a sense of weakness, victimization, or fear. You are more powerful than those demeaning accusations.

It is not by human will that we are made mighty, able to keep our watch and to win the battle. It is by our “conviction” about our relationship with God. It is because we stay firm in the awareness that we are one with God at all times and in every condition, and therefore naturally and eternally inseparable from His might, presence, and unopposed certainty. It is by our reliance that we have strength equal to each day’s devilish temptations and fears and evils.

So, to “act like men” is to act like ourselves. It is to agree to be God’s man or woman. It is to lay claim to our real being. It is to honor our true name and nature as the son and daughter of God, forever at one with all that He is and protected by His constant Love. We can “grow in strength” as we grow in our awareness of our true heritage and its enduring promise of safety, satisfaction, life, and peace.

Laura Moliter, CS

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