“For the ways of the Lord are right, and the upright walk in them.”
Today is Friday, and you have gone through another week of your life. As you review your week, there may have been some injustices that you experienced. You decide, today, to not let the appearance of the injustice override the tranquility and harmony in your life. The first act in meeting an appearance of injustice is always to place yourself and all that concerns you in God’s care and keeping. You have faith in God’s law of love and justice. You have faith that God works unceasingly in and through the minds and hearts of people to establish justice, Divine order, and harmony.
You hold your faith in God and continue to pray. Prayer helps you to remain poised and calm. Prayer helps you to remain alert to new possibilities. You know that your good comes from God, and no one or no thing can retard or restrict its flow.
In the quietness of your inner being, you affirm, in positive prayer, that God’s law of justice is working right now, unerringly, in your life and affairs. You recognize and welcome God’s law of justice. You are serene and secure knowing that what is right and just will prevail.
Jesus, in effect, said, “If you live in the Spirit of My teachings, you will become truly My disciples, and you will be freed from all your limitations through the understanding of Truth that comes to you as the result of your steadfastness.”
As a disciple of the Christ Spirit, you are an example of harmony in expression. Just as Jesus’ disciples followed the teaching and guidance of the Master, you, too, follow the guidance of God.
The Bible, in John 8:31-32, states: “If you continue in My word, you are truly My disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free.”
You are free to demonstrate Jesus’ teachings in every aspect of your life, especially when you are experiencing injustice.
With love in your heart, let us together give thanks to God, for the knowledge of the truth that sets us free from all injustice.
In order to witness God’s perfect plan for justice for your life, it is often necessary to learn patience. If you have reason to believe that someone has acted unjustly in your life, you learn to wait and trust God.
You remind yourself to take time before reacting too quickly to any given situation. You place your request for a harmonious outworking of any apparent problem in the hands of God. You trust and have patience. Once you have learned to be patient and to trust in the perfect outworking, you watch yourself so that you do not rehash old conditions. You loose them and let them go and know beyond a doubt that God is bringing into your existence all the necessary ingredients for justice, rightness, and order for you and everyone concerned.
You have believed and you have trusted. You will continue to do so until your desired good is made manifest. As you believe, so it will be in your life. You give thanks for patience and for the unwavering faith in your ultimate good from God that brings lasting freedom to your soul.
POSITIVE DAILY PRAYER:
I pray today that I can know You more.
I pray that I am aware of Your presence constantly.
Like a trusted friend that is always in my shadow.
I pray that I never forget Your help is at hand and waiting.
I am ready to rely upon you.
I am ready to trust more than ever before.
Thank You God for your ever-abiding presence.
POSITIVE DAILY AFFIRMATION: I consciously invoke the power of God in my life. God is in complete charge of all that concerns me.
POSITIVE DAILY QUOTE: “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.” Horace Mann
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