Lent Series - Day 23 - The Idea

Today's reflection is on...

The Idea

Today is Monday the 23rd day of Lent.
This is entry number 27 in this series.

Today we look at The Idea...

I Am, you are, we are; a perfect idea in Divine Mind, therefore One with God, Our Source, Creator, First Cause. This idea is our essence, the Christ of our being. Let's all strive to live up to that and hear the call of Jesus Christ that says Be, that Divine Idea you are, right here in Matthew 5:48, he says: 'Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.'

Let this be the meditation of our heart:

In the silence all that I Am rises and it is Good, it is Love, it is Joy. The silence shows me the Light of the Divine Presence expressing as me and I Am lifted on Its wings of love to rise higher in every moment of this new day. As I stand in reverential awe of the majesty of the Divine idea and creation that I Am expressing and experiencing, I drop to my knees in thanksgiving for the splendor of It all and all that I Am.

Affirm: 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.

- Stephen J. Kosmyna

I affirm: "In the presence and power of the Christ idea in me, I proclaim my perfection." - Charles Fillmore

The Scripture reading that Charles Fillmore suggests for today can be found right here: Luke 5:1-11.

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