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Part II

2. What Is Salvation?

Lesson 237

Now Would I Be As God Created Me.

Today I will accept the truth about myself. I will arise in glory, and allow the light in me to shine upon the world throughout the day.33.  I bring the world the tidings of salvation that I hear as God my Father speaks to me. And I behold the world that Christ would have me see, aware it ends the bitter dream of death, aware it is my Father’s call to me.

2. Christ is my eyes today, and His the ears which listen to the Voice of God today. Father, I come to You through Him Who is Your Son and my true Self as well. Amen.[1].

Footnote 33. This may be reference to Isaiah 60:1 (RSV): “Arise, shine; for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.” “Glory” can mean not only a state of exaltation, but also a halo of light, and in a biblical context can refer to divine radiance. By saying. “I will arise in glory [in the morning], and allow the light in me to shine upon the world throughout the day,” this sentence is drawing upon this association of glory with light. In addition to emphasizing our divine radiance, it is likening us to the sun, so that like the sun we arise in glory in the morning and shine on the world throughout the day.

[1]. A Course in Miracles Complete & Annotated Edition.

Personal Notes:

Now would I be as God created me. I meditate on this prayer today, and in quiet I wait to hear my Father’s Voice. I pray for all my brothers and myself for continued guidance, wisdom, discernment, protection, and illumination, of The Way, The Truth, The Life, in Christ Jesus, Amen. Thank you for sharing with me. Walk in Love my friend!

God is Love

Love is God

I choose Love

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