Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “A Testament of Devotion” by Thomas R. Kelly.
Today I pray, “Dear God, Today I am thinking about The Biggest Audience calling. And I am realizing that I am to be writing about this more. It has been such a part of my life for the past six years that I have forgotten just how big it is. Perhaps You desired it to be this way. Perhaps it is in the simple, quiet hope that the calling serves its aptly prominent purpose.
I know I am to speak about it and to write about it more. And this is beginning to surface for me. And so, I will begin to share some of the insights I am receiving, in addition to all that I have shared up to now. The main tenet that is most difficult for me to bring to life in words is the idea of Christ being born, offering His amazing teachings, dying, and being the one who came to me in the vision of His leadership of infinity, of eternity, in Heaven. As He came to me as the leader role of those who are choosing to be reborn and return to live again on earth to be healers of this planet, I see Jesus as one who is offering eternal salvation to anyone and everyone.
Any spirit may choose to be reborn. Any spirit may choose to return to live again to help save the planet. Any spirit may choose to stay in eternal perfection, in Heaven, with God. Eternal salvation means something very different to me this year. This Christmas season is an especially good season. It has been a mighty year. A glorious year. A hopeful year. A celebratory year.
After all of the energies of a 9 Universal year in numerology (2 + 0 + 1 + 6 = 9), a year in which all the world felt vibrations of endings, uncertainties, disruptions, disappointments, imbalances, devastations, and — ending on a positive word — purifications, we know what we want and what we do not want. We want a world in which our children may receive freedom, growth, and joy. For this, I have hope. And I open my heart and my life to the possibilities presented to us all in this calling. It is deeply the honor of my lifetime. And as words cannot fully express it, perhaps writers much greater than I will express it in their own ways in the coming years. After all, giving is my favorite communication. Amen.”
Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to reveal this passage:
“Life is meant to be lived from a Center, a divine Center. Life from the Center is a life of unhurried peace and power. It is simple. It is serene. It is amazing. It is triumphant. It is radiant. It takes no time, but occupies all our time.”
—THOMAS R. KELLY
What is saving the planet, really? I don’t discount the healing energies coming in. Energy is picking up, and for whatever its worth, we can only count our blessings. It is our responsibility to leave to them something of workability, of integrity. Less indebted, more empowered. Let’s make the healing an easy transition for them. Let’s live from a Center. A divine Center. The word “serene” has shown itself in today’s passage, and in the past two days’ passages.
Serenity prayer: “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference.”
Be ready to receive love, abundance, and unconditional happiness. Anything can happen. I can feel the magic. Can you? Opening our hearts to receiving these possibilities is a triumph, a radiance. And we are born free.