Today’s message from God Calling – A.J. Russell, reminds us that we have a refuge in, and from, this world. We are bid to dwell in God’s love, laughing, trusting, and knowing His Divine Power.
I realized some time ago, that, when I choose to seek God’s love in the world around me, I am always sure to find it. Sometimes, it’s contained in the tiniest things, or revealed in the smallest of ways, but it’s always there. When we begin to dwell, to really live in God’s love, we become more and more aware of His Divine Power. There’s almost no question, whatsoever, of the source of the little “coincidences, miracles, and eleventh hour rescues.”
Just this morning, I walked out to my storage place. I rearranged my bag for the day, locked up, and headed back down to the entry gate. The keypad at the exit point wasn’t working. I rang the manager’s bell a couple of times, finally ringing in Morse Code, “SOS.” It was about 8:33 a.m. I sat down to wait for the manager, who would be in at 9 a.m. I thought, well, I might as well take the time to say my morning prayer. I hadn’t yet. I said my amen, and added, “Jesus, please send somebody up here in a hurry.” No sooner were the words out of my mouth, and one of the office workers showed up. I told her the keypad wasn’t working. She asked how long I’d been there, and I said, “Oh, about fifteen minutes.” She said, “You’re lucky I came in early today; I usually don’t show up until 9:30 a.m.” I’m so glad Jesus hears our prayers.
Jesus said that he couldn’t work His miracles in some places because of the unbelief. He asked, “Do you believe…? He also said, “Your faith has made you well, healed you, saved you, etc.” Faith activates God’s Divine Power in our lives. When we make it a point to seek, accept, and reciprocate by living in that love toward ourselves and others, more and more of God’s Divine Power becomes active in our lives. As this takes place, our faith is fed, and grows. Walking by faith then becomes easier and easier; like breathing.
Love you from Cafe du Mondieu
Copyright by Marina Morrison (aka) Eden Stillwater, July 15, 2019, 11 a.m.