The love of God is always with me

This post was written by DoctorJay on December 30, 2009
Posted Under: A Course In Miracles - workbook,forgiveness,unconditional love

Day sixty and the last day of the current set of reviews – today we concentrate on the love of God and forgiveness. Many mystics believe that God is love and love is God. Saint Paul said that love is the greatest of  all characteristics. Unconditional love and compassion are the source of forgiveness. And better still non-judgment means no forgiveness is needed in reality.

From ACIM workbook with my comments in Italics:

(46) God is the Love in which I forgive.

God does not forgive because He has never condemned… Yet forgiveness is the means by which I will recognize my innocence. It is the reflection of God’s Love on earth…
This is the real point of lack of judgment – as Jesus said judge not so you’ll not be judged.

(47) God is the strength in which I trust.

It is not my own strength through which I forgive. It is through the strength of God in me, which I am remembering as I forgive…
I always understand that when I’m creative (in all the fields I have been creative in) it is because God works through me.

(48) There is nothing to fear.

[] I will recognize in everyone my dearest Friend. What could there be to fear in a world that I have forgiven, and that has forgiven me?

(49) God’s Voice speaks to me all through the day.

There is not a moment in which God’s Voice ceases to call on my forgiveness to save me. There is not a moment in which His Voice fails to direct my thoughts, guide my actions and lead my feet…

(50) I am sustained by the Love of God.

As I listen to God’s Voice, I am sustained by His Love…

We just returned from seeing Avatar. It is a most wonderful movie. I’m sure we’ll see it again. I was thinking how popular movies and stories keep reminding us of the potential of the unreality (illusion-ness) of consensus reality. It must be the current Zeitgeist or perhaps that technology has reached a state that we can show that consensus reality may be only a virtual reality. The original Matrix movie was a perfect example of such a movie.

Basically they all talk about Plato’s cave. They ask questions about meaning of awareness and consciousness.

My own version of this idea came about thirty years ago when I was a software engineer for a video game company. I had this fantasy that the universe was a video game for god – actually my nightmare at the time was that it was near dinner time for our universes god and soon mother god would be calling our god to dinner and turn our universe off – hence the 2012 nonsense perhaps. Anyway, that was thirty years ago and I knew nothing about 2012.

Perhaps we are being readied for a new understanding.

In reality I suppose it really does not matter what is real and what is not. It is the love of God, compassion, and forgiveness which matter.

So I have been concentrating on today’s review thoughts and I’m sustained and supported by the love of God.

Add a Comment

required, use real name
required, will not be published
optional, your blog address