I Am

Surrounded in LoveThe Tao never does anything,
yet through it all things are done.
If powerful men and women
could center themselves in it,
the whole world would be transformed
by itself, in its natural rhythms.
People would be content
with their simple, everyday lives,
in harmony, and free of desire.
When there is no desire,
all things are at peace.
Tao Te Ching v37

Line and Feather

Divine Order 2Prosperity
God is my source for all I need and desire.
I may be stuck in my thinking about prosperity. I may think of it as possessing things like a home, car, or fashionable clothing. Charles Fillmore called this “material prosperity.” He taught us about a more rewarding kind of prosperity—spiritual prosperity. We receive this gift when we understand God is our inexhaustible, always-present source of all we need and desire.
Spiritual prosperity appears in many ways—only some of which are “things.” I am blessed by answered prayers, loving relationships, and the contentment of a job well done. I know God is my source for all I need and desire. Peace of mind is mine as I embrace spiritual prosperity.
Store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust consumes. … For wherever your treasure is, there your heart will be also.—Matthew 6:20, 21
Daily Word

Line and Feather

Prosperity 3I am not a body. I am free.
For I am still as God created me.
I call upon God’s Name and on my own.
The Name of God is my deliverance from every thought of
evil and of sin, because it is my own as well as His.
I am not a body. I am free.
For I am still as God created me.
A Course In Miracles ~ 203

Line and Feather

. . . Is Calm, Quiet And Steady
One Thing At A Time
When your tasks seem a little heavy and overwhelming remember just to do one thing at a time quietly, and leave the rest because the rest is not your job. What you cannot get through you must hand back to God, and He will work it out for you.
The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle

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