Let miracles replace all grievances

This post was written by DoctorJay on January 17, 2010
Posted Under: A Course In Miracles - workbook

I believe there is only one miracle and that is the end of grievances. When you accept everything as God’s gift, when you forgive everyone including yourself, when you have nothing but unconditional love and compassion for all beings, you are in the kingdom of heaven, you are happy.

As Jesus said, the kingdom of God is within.

What does that mean? When you have the right attitude of gratitude and love (within) you are happy and observe a beautiful world (without).

The ACIM workbook says about this:

Today we go beyond the grievances, to look upon the miracle instead. We will reverse the way you see by not allowing sight to stop before it sees. We will not wait before the shield of hate, but lay it down and gently lift our eyes in silence to behold the Son of God.

It has been a most wonderful day. It is one of those rare rainy Southern California days. Some people do not appreciate the rain. I know I was exactly enamored with the rain when I was growing up in England but here it rains so rarely that I love it. God knows we do need the rain…

Thank God at this time I have no grievances against anyone, not even myself. At this moment I’m full of love and hope. This is the ultimate miracle.

I replaced the thought of today with let all grievances be replaced by love. I alsp kept repeating, “Let go and let God.” That is the message of the last few days and perhaps the whole message of A Course in Miracles.

I know the book itself says its message may be summarized thus:

Nothing real can be threatened.
Nothing unreal exists.

Herein lies the peace of God.

But what is real but whatever is. And by accepting whatever is (and acting accordingly out of love and compassion) we live within the peace of God.

So, let love and peace replace all grievances and hatred. Let hatred and vengeance be replaced by love and forgiveness.

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