I am as God created me

Way before I discovered “A Course in Miracles,” I objected to the idea of evil and sin. My logic was this: Assume God exists. Assume that God is good. Assume God created the whole of all that exists. Therefore all that exists is good. Thus evil and sin (as evil rather than missing the mark) […]

I seek but what belongs to me in truth

There is a line in the I Ching (The Chinese book of changes) I love which states that if you lose your horse do not search for it. If it is truly yours it will return to you in seven days. In the same way, A Course in Miracles states that it is a required […]

I am entitled to miracles

This begs the question what is a miracle? Yesterday in A Course in Miracles workbook I read something that I understood as implying that the miracles of science are against God’s laws. Things which were not part of God’s laws included:  the “laws” of nutrition, of immunization, of medication, and of the body’s protection in […]

Let me not forget my function

Today is a day of remembering our function of forgiving and being a light unto the world. From the ACIM workbook: Today’s idea is merely another way of saying “Let me not wander into temptation.” The purpose of the world you see is to obscure your function of forgiveness, and provide you with a justification […]

I am the light of the world

On day sixty one the first review section is over and for the last day of the year I’m the light of the world… ACIM workbook mentions that this is the opposite of a statement of pride, of arrogance, or of self-deception. It is not the ego’s self-concept but the way you were created by […]

The love of God is always with me

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 […]