Grace

YieldingReturn is the movement of the Tao.
Yielding is the way of the Tao.
All things are born of being.
Being is born of non-being.

Tao Te Ching v40

Line and Feather

Grace 5Grace

I feel the grace of God as infinite love and acceptance.

If during an unfortunate circumstance, I received unexpected help that brought peace and relief, then I have known the grace of God. Grace does not favor one individual over another; it is an unconditional expression of God’s love for all.

Grace does not depend on what I do or do not do; it is always available to me. I am humbled to know I do not have to earn the gift of grace—it is God-given.

I feel the grace of God upon me as love and acceptance. I experience grace when I receive a new insight, or the answer to a difficult challenge, or the right and perfect people appearing in my life just when I need them. I am blessed in countless ways, and I am thankful for God’s grace.

From his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace. John 1:16

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Joy Characterizes PeaceDaily Word

I love You, Father, and I love Your Son.

My gratitude permits my love to be accepted without fear. And thus am I restored to my reality at last. All that intruded on my holy sight forgiveness takes away. And I draw near the end of senseless journeys, mad careers and artificial values. I accept instead what God establishes as mine, sure that in that alone I will be saved; sure that I go through fear to meet my Love.

Father, I come to You today, because I would not follow any way but Yours. You are beside me. Certain is Your way. And I am grateful for Your holy gifts of certain sanctuary, and escape from everything that would obscure my love for God my Father and His holy Son.

A Course In Miracles ~ 298

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Overcoming Egotism. . . Is Constant

True Values

You are spirit first and body last. Let your spirit so shine before men that they many see their Christ in you.

The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle

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