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For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then we will see face to face. Now I know only in part; then I will know fully, even as I have been fully known.” (1 Corinthians 13: 12)

We all seek to gain more knowledge, we all desire to know how things work and what we can do to move things along when what we desire to experience seems to be moving slowly. In our frustrations with life we often think if we could just put our hands on certain things we could push, or pull, or force what we want to happen.  Our sense of needing to know, to understand and to have ready answers seems to be an entitlement that under some circumstances we need to release.

I think there can often be comfort in our not knowing, for it is in our not knowing that we realize we don’t have to control it all and we also don’t have to make everything happen. We don’t have to shoulder burdens beyond our capability, or have to feel as though we need to fix the world. Some things are just not meant to be our burden. We can relax and have trust and faith that things are being handled.

For example: We don’t have to make the universe work, God does that. We don’t have to make the tides of the ocean move in and out, God does that. We don’t have to make sure the stars stay in the sky or that the sun rises and sets each day just when it is supposed to do so. God does that. We don’t have to make our healing happen, God does that. We don’t have to make the answers to our prayers happen we just need to trust that we are unconditionally loved and blessed abundantly. God will take care of our life and do so better than we could ever imagine.

There is a great deal unknown to us about the mystery of God working in our lives. But what we can know is that God does create for us and we can see the results of that creation all around us. We need only look, and hear, and turn within and feel, to know that Spirit’s great creative energy and vibration is molding our collective and our individual world in perfect and divine order. We do not need to know the HOW because we know the WHY, and the why is that we are cherished, blessed, given the gift of perfect grace and supported and renewed beyond all human measure. We don’t have to know all the details. What we can know is that in God’s infinite wisdom and abundant power God has it all handled. We can celebrate that abundant blessing poured out to us in our gratitude and thanksgiving to Spirit/God with our each and every prayer.

So, continue to lift up your prayers to Spirit/God. Continue to let your gratitude and trust in the one great mind of intelligent grace lead you to experiencing a great awareness of your place in God’s kingdom here on earth. Continue to meditate and experience the source of God energy deep within you. Continue to connect with God in those ways that bring your awareness of God closer, trust that God has everything handled in perfect order, trust that whatever you are meant to do God will lead you to doing, and remember to be watchful and alert, for your answers and your miracles await you.

Affirmation: “I don’t have to know how God performs miracles, I only need to know that God does.”

Rev. Jefferson Beeker

http://jefferson340.wix.com/index

We live our lives one thought at a time. Let each of those thoughts really count for something wonderful.

Be prepared to change your thinking and change your life.

Follow me on Twitter @jeffersonbeeker for daily affirmations of uplifting and positive faith.

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