I KNOW MY OWN DIVINITY AND APPRECIATE IT
“The purpose of life seems to be to acquaint a man with himself. He is not to live in the future as described to him, but to live in the real future by living to the real present. The highest revelation is that God is in every man.” Emerson
All Mind operates at a center within me. All Love seeks an outlet through me. God’s action in me is my own real Self, and to It I now devote my attention. I know myself as God knows me, and all disbelief is erased from my consciousness. Contemplating myself as a spiritual being, I realize the vast possibilities before me. I am unconditioned by the world, for I am Mind in action. I now become the person I have always hoped to be. Finding the Spirit within me, I change all my opinions of myself. No more self-limitation, no more self-condemnation. Today, I am God’s creation and as such I move forward in life.
Watching my momentary thinking, I realize the reason I have not accomplished my heart’s desires. All stumbling blocks have been unconsciously created by myself. I am determined to cease my own self-imposed restrictions. God has placed no limitations upon me, and I accept my freedom to prosper. Acknowledging myself as God’s beloved expression, I think straight and make right decisions. I now act from the God-Mind indwelling me, and my actions are worthy of Truth. God speaks acts and loves by means of me. Around me is an inviting Presence, and within me is all the Mind of Truths. Knowing myself as God knows me, I move ahead to great accomplishments.
I appreciate the God Action indwelling me. I appreciate the Life that animates me. I praise and give thanks for my own Divinity. I see this same Divinity in my fellowman. All men have goodness in their hearts and greatness in their souls. I am one with the good in all. I am one with the universe and it’s Spiritual Source. I am one with God and act as His representative. Today, all men shall call me blessed, and the world will be a better place because of my action. I am Divine and release goodness.
Taken from “Richer Living” by Ernest Holmes and Raymond Charles Barker