Lent Series - Day 24 - Healing

Today's reflection is on...


Today is the 24th day of Lent.
This is entry number 28 in this series.

Today we look at Healing...

Let me be clear, as I see with the eyes of my heart, an understanding within me. An understanding that allows me to stand on a foundation of reverential awe for all that I Am as I live my life rooted and grounded in Spirit and in Love. Each day brings one of self-discovery, of personal growth, of ways to heal. Let me be clear and stand in reverential awe of the Divine Life that lives and breathes me.

I stepped into the Light and I heard these words this morning. It said:

"I Am here now. Tell all those who are hurting, struggling, in pain, grieving; facing challenges, a crisis, lack of hope or despair; I Am here now, and I have been. Please take my hand and come into my Light, let me bathe you in the glow of my Presence so that I may release your imprisoned splendor. As you look inside you’ll see I Am here now, loving, caring, healing; handing out bouquets of hope and joy, gladness and peace. Dance with me and hear the harmony of Life and Love. Feel your soul melt into the Light I Am. Nothing outside of you will heal and comfort you like the way moving inside with all that I Am and remaining in my Light will. I am here now, lay down on my pillow of Divine Love and rest for a while. I assure you everything will be ok. You will soon see the good in all of this no matter how dark it appears in your cave of sadness, loneliness and despair. I Am the way, the truth and the Light. I Am that I Am, I Am Love and I Am here now."

– Stephen J. Kosmyna

I faithfully affirm: "Through Jesus Christ, God's vitalizing energy floods my whole being, and I Am healed."  - Charles Fillmore

The Scripture reading that Charles Fillmore suggests for today can be found right here: Matthew 9:14-38.

In his classic work Keep a True Lent, Charles Fillmore offers daily words of inspiration to reflect on as we move ourselves towards our own resurrection day and the glorious celebration of Easter Sunday and all the newness of Life that it holds for all of us.

For those of you that would like to read along with the book you can find it here on line, just click here: Keep a True Lent