“And the only question left is:
“Father, how this day might I serve?
“We will bring this message to a close, as there is no need at this point for a continuation of words. There is only the need for direct experience held within the aloneness of your own mind and being. For revelation is intensely personal, it cannot be communicated to anyone at any time. Yet the revelation that comes to each mind may come in a unique way, but the revelation is of one Truth. That is why when any two beings who are awake happen to meet each other, there is little to do but smile, and allow the phenomena of Life to continue.” (“The Way of Transformation,” The Way of Mastery, Chapter 19, Page 237)
We are living on earth, if we have come to understand reality, to save our brothers and sisters who have strayed from God’s ways. We don’t do this presumptuously, but with love. And we don’t try to “save” before our brothers and sisters are ready. If we are arrogant in our attempts at salvation, we won’t be heeded, and we will have done no one any good.
This is why we ask each morning how we might serve. This is not a sacrificial approach, for we live in joy when we serve. We are doing something for ourselves as well. We find happiness in serving our fellowman or woman. We find that we are fulfilling our purpose on earth, and this gives us great pleasure.
God did not send us here to be sacrificial. Life and eternity demand no sacrifices, though the traditional Christian approach to Jesus is that he was the “sacrificial lamb.” Our understanding from new channeled works from him is that this idea is flawed. His resurrection is the most important aspect of his life to focus upon, not his crucifixion. His resurrection gave all humankind the evidence that life is eternal.
We have trouble believing that the resurrection actually happened. But if we will suspend our disbelief, we may have an internal message that all is well. We don’t have to accept on faith those things that give us trouble. We can be honest and take to God our doubts. He has heard them before.
Ask today for the right way to spend our day. Let our internal messages pave our walking path.