Embrace What Appears Broken

Child of God, you were created to create the good, the beautiful, and the holy. Do not lose sight of this.                (A Course In Miracles) 
While our essential spiritual nature readily offers us a view of the good, the true and the beautiful, it remains latent, under the radar of our awareness unless we consciously intend to see it. This is the consequence and criterion of intention.
In Unity, we anchor our faith in the all-pervading central truism, that there is only One Presence, and One Power in the Universe, and in our life, God the Good.
However difficult our human dilemma, however steeped we seem to be in a particular challenge, the eternal impulse to reveal Itself through us is greater and will always prevail, if we let it have its way in us. We can believe in depression, contraction, and devolution or we can believe in the 14 billion year history of the onward impulse of Spirit that in constant expansion reveals more of Itself through its creation. That means, that no matter how dark it gets in the human scene, the Light that first ignited your life, wants to shine even brighter through you now than ever before.  Could it be that in the evolutionary scheme of things, great change, transformation, upendings, breakdowns of old ways and means of living must give way so that the fullness of God's Love, Light, Wisdom, Harmony and Joy can come into its own as us now?
No matter what shows up in the outer, no matter what unfolds in our life situation, we trust that the Infinite Life and Love of God remain the undiminished, unchanged core reality of our Being. As the Apostle Paul said, "... I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God." (Romans 8:38-39)
Join us Sunday as we resume our Emergence series with a message on Embracing What Appears Broken. It is a powerful perspective that allows us to see all that appears in our life as richly supportive of our spiritual unfoldment and emergence.
Peace and blessings,
Rev. Larry