Lent Series - Day 36 - The Fire of God

Today's reflection is on...

The Fire of God

Today is Tuesday, the 36th day in Lent.
This is entry number 42 in this series.

Today we look at The Fire of God...

The darkness was glad seeing the illusion of last night's fading light, only to turn around in its desire to be real and see the Light approach again from the other side. It hears the Light say; I Am never gone, 'I Am come up from the other side to greet you and show you that whichever way you turn Mr. Darkness, you are powerless; unreal. I Am the way, the truth and the Light, the fire of God that dissolves all fear, all doubt and all worry. I Am the Light that is real, unfailing and all providing. I Am the Light within all. Dissolve ye here now into your native nothingness. It is and will always remain, my eternal daytime of Life giving Light. I Am within all and through all. I Am that, I Am.'

And you my child, did you feel me kiss you while you were sleeping? I did, from the inside out. I Am the Light left on, I held you, us. All is well. Good morning. I Am which thou art, thou art which I Am. Rise into the newness and grace that is yours today. Claim your abundant blessings that I Am ceaselessly pouring out. I Am the Spirit of Life that lives you and breathes you. Let us rise, walk, and live as the One we are.

Affirm: Divine Abundance is perpetually active in my life and affairs; the Inner Presence of Spirit is all providing and unfailing. I look to this Inner Source with faith and in so doing, prosperity floods my life.

– Stephen J. Kosmyna

In the name of Jesus Christ, I affirm: "The Holy spirit flares its cleansing, purifying flames throughout soul and body, and I Am made whole and perfect."  - Charles Fillmore

"The works of Spirit are always constructive. I Am not afraid to be on fire with the idea of God; I Am not afraid to be consumed with a desire for greater Light and Truth." - Charles Fillmore

The Scripture reading that Charles Fillmore suggests for today can be found right here: Acts 2:1-21

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