Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Psalm 8 Dominion

As our consciousness becomes more refined, we attain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the magnificence of God and our responsibility to serve God. We see evidence of the nature of God (name) in little doses in everyday things. These experiences are intended to fuel the desire to know more.

Complete understanding of the fullness of God (glory) is revealed to us only in spiritual consciousness (heavens). When we approach our spiritual journey, we must do so in childlike wonderment (out of the mouths of babes and infants). Children are like sponges; they absorb all information that they are given. Likewise we must absorb the knowledge that revealed to us. This is the only way to silence the ego and personal will (the enemy and the avenger).

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Psalm 104 Divine Creativity

We have the opportunity to participate in the field of Divine creativity each and every day. God is constantly reaching towards us (laying the beams of his chambers). We need only be receptive. This current of life imparts divine ideas (messengers) and the cleansing and purifying activity of the Holy Spirit (fire and flames your ministers).

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Psalm 97 Right Relationship

When we allow ourselves to acknowledge the presence and power of God in our lives, we begin the process of understanding our relationship with God.

God is in our consciousness surrounded by mystery (clouds and thick darkness). Despite this mystery, we are given a clear path by the Presence and Power of the Christ within us. Once we understand our right relationship with God (righteousness) and constructively call the laws of Mind into action (justice), we can approach the throne. We can only come forward in the knowledge that we are each children of God, inheritors of the fullness God's estate.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Psalm 67 Deliverance To

So often we think of God’s saving grace as something that lifts us out from things that we consider undesirable. I think this is because so many of us only turn to God when things get bad and we feel we cannot handle it ourselves. But this is only half the story. These verses remind us that the from implies a to. Being saved is not only deliverance from “bad things,” it must be also understood as delivered to an abundance of good.