Mar. 04, 2017 – I AM FREE WITH THE FREEDOM OF GOD

I AM FREE WITH THE FREEDOM OF GOD  

Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free.

Galatians 5:1

We all wish to be free, but at the same time we should realize that liberty is not license.  To say that we are free with the freedom of God does not mean that we are free to do that which contradicts the Divine nature.  We are free only in that freedom which God is – the freedom to be alive, to enjoy living, to enter into the activities of everyday living with enthusiasm and interest.  We are free to love and be loved. We are free to give full and complete expression to every capacity we possess, provided this freedom harms no one and hurts no thing.  This is freedom enough because if we were free to do that which is destructive we should ultimately destroy ourselves.  And, in so doing, we would not only deny but would defame the nature of Divinity itself.  Therefore we always pray, “Thy will be done,” but within this will we know there is scope enough for self-expression – plenty of room to move around and express life to its fullest.

I am free with the freedom of God.  Today I manifest this freedom in joy.  I think of it with deep gratitude to the Giver of all life and with a deep inward sense of my union with the Whole. In my own will and imagination I see myself free, complete and perfect.  I feel back to the center of my being, which is God, and affirm that His freedom is my freedom.  And I include my own physical body in this freedom as well as every activity in which I am engaged.  I expand my consciousness and invite new experiences, knowing that they shall be created for me by the same Power that makes everything.  I enter into this freedom with complete abandonment, with the feeling that all things are working out well, and with the deep and sincere desire to so live that my freedom shall be imparted to others, that we all may feel that we are in partnership with the Infinite.

 

Taken from “Richer Living” by Ernest Holmes and Raymond Charles Barker

 

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