Oregon, US of A
Thursday, March 15, 2018

“Few mortals ever dare to draw anything like the sum of personality credits established by the combined ministries of nature and grace.  The majority of impoverished souls are truly rich, but they refuse to believe it.”  [UB 556:06]

Thought Adjuster: “Dear ones, have you ever conducted a thorough inner inventory or have you lacked the curiosity to find out more about the lay of your inner land—only focusing on the external features of your being and not shying away from make-overs or plastic surgery whenever you are unsatisfied with what ‘nature’ dealt you. 

“There is so much more to who you truly are, yet many of you lend a deaf ear to the invite of Spirit to go deeper within and get in touch with the ‘graciousness’ of your being—the many gifts of Grace.

“If you live with a victim mentality, you will indeed be ‘victimized’ by life, as you won’t rise to its challenges but interpret them as evidence that life is not your friend.  How sad it is, as each one of you has been so generously gifted on the inner, since the Father does not promote favoritism.  Then, why not turn your life around by initiating an inner quest that won’t fail to yield dividends.  How so? 

“You are not an impoverished child of the Divine.  Rather, you may be an ungrateful one, having persistently refused to open the inner door behind which the gifts of Spirit have piled up unopened.

“Don’t you understand?  It is the very reason why life has to present you with ‘gift-opening’ circumstances to lead you to frantically rummage through your ‘gift closet’ for what could be useful to deal with your current emergency—just as you search for a can opener in your kitchen drawer if you are starving and the only food left is canned food.

“Not only have you been gifted with practical gifts by both nature and grace, but you also have received many ‘just because’ gifts to enrich and embellish your life experience, giving you even more reason to access their storage area and frantically tear away their wrapping, like a spoilt child on Christmas morning.  Gratefully, none of these gifts has an expiration date and their Giver does not take them back as He wishes for you to pass them forward.”