Monday, September 1, 2014

Thine thoughts, although unspoken are known to the Father God. Desire that is constructive and that aims to allow God's will and perfection to become visibly manifest in your life and world is a form of prayer; thine determination and dedication to this chief aim and goal of expanding the Kingdom of Love through you, will quicken all that is within you into the Eternal Embrace.

There is no loss that can be incurred from trusting in God with our desires and aims; for He desires the greatest and highest for you being that He dwells within you and in His way does suffer with you through your misunderstandings and misguided goals and aims. He looks to guide thine way by gently over time moulding the mind and exalting the heart and soul.

So, thine prayers for manifestation must become accomplished in thought, feeling, imagery, and desired determination with a confident faith-filled expectation that you are being heard and seen and responded to in earnest when you are sincere. Before manifestation takes up its form in matter, it must become generated into blueprint through the faculties of your human being in words and in deeds.

For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto the struggles and strifes of this world, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the transmutation of light; and shall not doubt in his heart and mind, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall bear witness to their transfiguration into light and wholeness, unto healing and forgiveness. He shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore I say unto you, what things soever ye desire when ye pray, believe now in this everlasting moment of eternity that ye have received them already, and ye shall have them. For thine faith is the infinite mover ... the animating power, and the transmutative agent that fosters union and manifestation to come about in the spiritualizing and raising activities of human mind and thought and feeling … and the unleashing of the grace and power of the spirit.


~Christ Michael of Nebadon

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