Ten lepers healed, but only one came back to say thank you. If you received ten miracles, did you only notice and give thanks for one of them? How aware are you of the miracles you experience each day?
The Bible might speak a lot about adultery, and we’ve understood that within a physical context. But what about a metaphorical context – especially in light of how Jesus speaks of it? What more might it mean if we truly understood living in Oneness – practising the presence of the Divine in our lives?
What does it mean to go into your inner chamber and shut the door when you pray? When was the last time you were truly silent and present with Spirit, allowing yourself to be inspired into action?
Where attention goes, energy flows. What are you thinking about? What are you serving? Are you single-minded in becoming that dazzling child of God? or are you focused still on material and earthly problems? How does seeking the kingdom of God first take care of all earthly ills?
What would happen in your life if all your decisions were guided by faith, rather than fear? If you took a few days, and before each and every decision you paused? Consider – is this faith? or is this fear? What changes? Why not try it?
Where is your attention focused? let God be God in you. Allowing your first loyalty be to the Divine Flow within, rather than to external people, situations, thoughts or feelings.