Day of Promise

“Today, here and now, wherever you are, from wherever you came, by whatever you call yourself in human reality, your long awaited day has arrived.  Today the grace of Christification has arrived.  This same infused grace was given to Me and to My divine Son Jesus.  Infused grace has arrived.  This gift of Heaven is given to everyone who reaches this point.  Today it comes to you.  Accept it.  Save it in the silence of your heart.  From that silence, let grace act in her way, in you and through you.”  Choose Only Love bk.3, 9:II

We live in the Now, and so “today” is any Now that we have.  Mary is speaking assertively today, because I think she senses that many of us never let ourselves think we are ready, that we are good enough for Christ-consciousness.  But it isn’t a matter of “goodness,” per se.  It blossoms in us when, paradoxically, we give up the reins of our life and let God have His way with us.  We may not even call Him God, but when we slow down, quieten down, and be at peace, a satori will visit.

A satori is a glimpse of the Divine.  And all of us can expect, can have, this today.  If we believe we can.  That too is a salient point.  Believing in the goodness of the universe does mean that we don’t fret, fume, worry, be anxious.  We are safe, despite the crises that have enveloped us from time to time.  We emerge stronger, sure of the growth that has happened in the crises.

Be very sure today that what Mary is saying is not an idle promise.  Today we can experience God as a Christ-conscious being.  God will decide if we are ready for this to be permanent.

2 Replies to “Day of Promise”

  1. I’m broken because of the mind controlling church I’ve been a member of for 14 years. I would never want another person to go through what they did to me. I can’t believe I lost my foundation and I didn’t even notice how they owned my thoughts. I’ve tried to heal prayed, cried and beg and sometimes I think I have but it only last for a short time.

    1. Keep seeking for what is truly right for you. Fourteen years is a long time, and the concepts you are turning from will need a little while to disappear from your mind. You can ask for a miracle! A Course in Miracles tells us that miracles are always ours.

      I will add my prayers to yours. Love, Celia

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