“Let me assure you, once and for all, that, if you dedicate your lives to the work of the kingdom, all your real needs shall be supplied. Seek the greater thing, and the lesser will be found therein; ask for the heavenly, and the earthly shall be included. The shadow is certain to follow the substance.” [UB, 165:5.3]
Thought Adjuster: “While addressing his apostles, Jesus explained the distinction between apostles, disciples, followers, and believers. In that order, the level of personal engagement goes decrescendo.
Jesus guaranteed his apostles that, due to their investment as full-time ambassadors of the kingdom of the heart, their material needs would be met.
Many of you live from paycheck to paycheck to provide for the needs of those under your care. Others squander monetary resources on non-essentials—wild goose chases that can never satisfy the longings of your embryonic souls.
The promised land is not of this world. It resides in the inner life of God-searching individuals. Such a meaningful quest is rewarded over time with the acquisition of the fruits of Spirit. It is how you grow a beautiful soul—an eternal asset that is yours to keep.
As four-dimensional beings of eternal destiny, shouldn’t you pause and earnestly ponder what would be the optimal use of your life force to get the best return on your investment?
Your life trajectory abounds in soul-growth opportunities unless you foolishly stray in a Godless wilderness, putting at risk your eternal survival.
How much have you learned and grown so far? Are you on the fast track or do you waste precious time standing still in a dull comfort zone that holds you back from venturing into the greater world that acts as a catalyst for the activation of your dormant talents and a booster for those underutilized?
The liveliness exuded by the spiritual go-getters should entice those of you still sitting on the fence to take a transformative and impactful leap of faith.”