“Gratitude for All Things Revealed” 9.10.19

Discernment is a gift. I am so grateful that I can get grounded and simply ask, whenever my brain wants to say “I don’t know”.

The whisper inside our minds and hearts is a divine suggestion, that if followed will produce untold positive things. If not followed, it usually produces a gut feeling of “I wish I had…”

There are many sources that we can turn to for things to be revealed. The scriptures, a sermon on Sunday, good books, mentors, even dreams. These sources can reveal perspectives we had been blind to.

Light is the great revelator. A sunrise touching the landscape, a light bulb moment touching the mind in the dawn of understanding, and Christ, the source of all light touching our hearts.

Thanks Mary, for your thought on the call: (paraphrased) “As I move forward in faith, in the right direction, the next step is revealed.”

And Michael, who suggested that we explore, not just with sight, but with all our senses. For all things to be revealed, it takes more than a superficial investigation.

Kathy, for sharing part of your belief system: “We believe in being honest, true, chaste, benevolent, virtuous, and in doing good to all men; indeed, we may say that we follow the admonition of Paul—We believe all things, we hope all things, we have endured many things, and hope to be able to endure all things” -Article of Faith 13 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

In Luke, an angel appeared to Mary and revealed to her, the prophecy that she would be the mother of the Son of God. Many had their eyes opened to the great and complete works of God.

By comparison with these great revelations of the past, a single thought that comes during a meditative moment, may see small. But it is no less powerful to me in the guidance of my life, than the physical manifestation of a messenger from God.

Today, I Give Myself Permission to Honor and Obey My Personal Revelation

  • I am grateful for the inspired messages I receive
  • My connection with God is precious to me
  • I speak the language of the Spirit
  • I invite the Holy Ghost into my life to give me comfort, guidance and confirmation of my inspired messages
  • I communicate clearly
  • I ask the questions that get the best and most clear answers
  • I discern when more clarity is needed and I go to the source of all light and understanding
  • I practice daily to develop my ability to speak and understand the language of the universe
  • I always have access to all the information, I just have to ask

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