Friday, October 10, 2014

12. Prospering Power of Prayer Part 5 Preview

We continue our study of Catherine Ponder's The Prospering Power of Prayer and look at Chapter 5 Prayer in Pictures. 

Here is a preview of some of the ideas we will discuss this weekend:

You can picture a thing and bring it through

Rather than trying to reason it through or force it through.

You can hasten your good through picturing!


Results have to be planned.

Prosperity is a planned result.


When we visualize with the help of a Wheel of Fortune

We are really praying and imaging our good;

We are changing the current of our thinking

From negative to positive,

From despair to hope,

From discouragement to encouragement.


Keep quiet about what you are picturing,


so that you will not talk your good away.

Check out this episode!

Friday, September 26, 2014

I Behold the Christ in You!

From time to time, I may find myself judging another person for their actions or choices. Yet condemnation does not help others change. The best way for me to help another person is to behold their divinity—the Christ in them.
I empathize with others, because I understand that everyone makes mistakes. We may try in vain to get satisfaction from the world, while deeply longing for the fulfillment only Spirit can bring. When we awaken to the Truth that we are sacred beings, we find the Source of true happiness and joy.
I let go of judgment and see the Truth in myself and others. The Christ is in all of us. I behold our sacredness with love and acceptance. I rest knowing we are One.

When I awake I shall be satisfied, beholding your likeness.—Psalm 17:15

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Turn Within

How Appropriate that the Daily word for our Third Thursday Meditation gathering is "Turn Within"

We meet at 7:30 pm.
If you miss tonight's gathering  our next one is October 16th.

Turn Within
I may experience sensory overload when the noise of television, the Internet, or social media disturb my concentration and sense of peace. To find my serenity, I turn down the volume of the outer world and experience the peace of God within.
I shut off any distracting devices and rest my awareness in the natural sounds of the present moment. Peace washes over me as I let go of the noise and close my eyes. I breathe deeply—inhaling Life—and experience the peace of God right here and now. Focused on the sacred space within where I abide with the Presence, I affirm: I am the peace of God.
As I emerge from meditation, I feel refreshed and reassured of ever-present peace.

Let your adornment be the inner self with the lasting beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit.—1 Peter 3:4