God’s Grace is my sufficiency

By November 28, 2014 Uncategorized
Optical effects of a dew: Image: Luc Viatour / www.Lucnix.be

Optical effects of a dew: Image: Luc Viatour / www.Lucnix.be

There is no lack in life; abundance is all around us, even in the winter the plants may be bare but under the ground the potential for new growth, as we walk into the shops a stranger may give a friendly smile, or we may  recieve an unexpected gift from a friend. When we begin to notice these miracles we seem to attract more into our life. In truth we are simply seeing more of what was always there. It is as if before we were looking through an out of focus telescope, everything seemed fuzzy and unclear, we see through a glass darkly.   Yet when we adjust the lens  just a little,  we may be taken back with the beauty  and awe of the image.

And this is what we are doing when we affirm abundance. We are affirming what was always there and through affirming this we naturally adjust our focus. In Unity we know this is God’s Grace and it is through this Grace that we receive all that we ask for and all that we need.

We are reminded of this in the bible: “Ask and you shall receive’ is the truth we live. Seek and ye shall find. Knock and the door shall be opened, Ask and you shall receive!”

All we need to have is faith and a full knowledge that all we need is already here, even if at the moment we may not able to see it clearly.

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