Thought Adjuster: “As he was on the fast track to Godlikeness, Jesus patiently waited for his hour to come. He exclusively lived by the Golden Rule's altruistic tenants for spiritual living—the divine will in a nutshell. Doing good was his only agenda. He ever remained on the look-out for effective ways to be of higher service. His life brilliantly summarized his gospel. To these days, his well-measured words and compassionate deeds remain inspirational. His charismatic presence was comforting and memorable. He self-appointed as the champion of the oppressed.
God’s will is all-inclusive of the welfare of his far-stretched creation. Each of you plays a unique part in its eventuation while simultaneously self-realizing through love-in-action.
Start each day by setting the conscious intention to pick-up and act upon the subtle prompts of Spirit. You will undoubtedly be made aware of any opportunity to be instrumental in the nitty-gritty of the divine will that you—and only you—can perform at this very moment in time.
Will your time come at 10:00 a.m. or 2:20 p.m. today? Do not stress about that element. By living with present-minded awareness, you are pro-active in both your private and public ministry. Time will tell which one it turns out to be.
Before retiring at night, conduct a thorough day review. What did you learn today? Did you make a positive difference in someone’s life by meeting a specific need? Were you kind and loving toward all—yourself included? The divine will has many facets and practical applications.”