Saturday, October 25, 2008

Invite God in

When life seems overwhelming, stop, take a breath and invite God into your day. Try to do this for a few minutes whenever you feel off center and you will find you are able to maintain balance and wise perspective so much more easily.

You were never intended to handle life on your own dear friends. You are in partnership with your creator - the One that not only made you but breathes life into you at every moment. When you take time to stop, breathe, and invite God into your life, many wonderful things will begin to take place. You will open yourself up to the flow of grace that is always being offered to you. You will allow your body to be rejuvenated and relaxed. Your mind will start to relax and you will find greater clarity. You will hear our guidance more easily. Take the time dear friends to breathe the breath of God slowly and deeply as often as you can remember to do so.

Life will always have its challenges for that is the very nature of this school called earth, and yet you can weather these challenges with grace, and even joy, knowing that your creator cares about you and that no matter what arises, you have a friend and partner in God.

When you don't know how to pay a bill, stop, breathe slowly and deeply and ask God to pay it with you. Ask for guidance and then go about your day expecting that when God is ready guidance will come.

When you don't know how to fit everything you think you must do into your day, stop, breathe, and ask God to direct your day. Listen to your heart and do what it believes is the highest priority. God can help organize your days.

When you don't know how to satisfy the needs of everyone around you, stop, breathe, pray, and ask God who He wants you to serve first. You may find the answer is 'you'.

Dear ones, guidance, love, hope, inspiration, peace, clarity, and balance are as close as your next breath. Are you ready to receive God's great love. Stop, breathe, take it in, and cherish the gift that comes with each inhalation.

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