“You can do anything I ask. I have asked you to perform miracles, and have made it very clear that these are natural, corrective, healing, and universal. There is nothing good they cannot do. But they cannot be performed in the spirit of doubt. You have asked yourself why you cannot really incorporate my words. But remember my own question before you ask yours: ‘O thou of little faith, wherefore didst thou doubt?’” (ACIM, COA ed., T-2.III.3:1-6)
“You can do anything I ask.” What a lovely reminder and supportive comment! We must not doubt when we receive an inkling that an expression of love—a miracle—is called for. Our personally selected expressions may be misguided, for not everybody is ready. But the ones that we intuitively sense—that is something different. Jesus speaks to us through our feelings, as well as our sudden thoughts, and we would do well to listen in faith—not in an attitude of doubt about what we have received.