Keys to this Lesson
Jesus is telling us in today’s lesson that OUR holiness REVERSES all the laws of the world.
We are talking here all the limits of time, space, distance, etc.
Isn’t that amazing?
Our holiness makes us unlimited in power.
It shows us that we are the Son of God, one with our Creator.
Through our holiness the power of God is made available.
There is nothing that the power of God cannot do.
Because of who we are, the Son of God, one with our Creator, our holiness then can remove all pain, can end all sorrow and solve all problems.
Just like that.
And, it is not just ourselves but our connection with everyone else.
If we are holy, and we are, then everything God created shares that holiness.
We are holy because God Himself created all things to be holy.
Pretty easy concept here.
In the exercise we will apply the power of our holiness to all the problems, difficulties, sorrow, suffering and more that we think may happen to ourselves or someone else.
4, 5 minute practice periods.
Repeat idea for today.
Then close your eyes.
Search your mind for any sense of loss or unhappiness as you see it.
Make no distinctions between situations that are difficult for you, or ones that are difficult for someone else. They are one in the same.
Now identify the situation and name the person involved:
In the situation involving my overwhelming work in which I see myself, there is nothing that my holiness cannot do.
In the situation involving losing the Super Bowl in which the New England Patriots sees themselves, there is nothing my holiness cannot do.
You can vary this and add your own thoughts:
There is nothing my holiness cannot do because the power of God lies in it.
No matter what variation you use remember to keep it focused on the main idea:
There is nothing my holiness cannot do.
We are learning that we have dominion over all things because of what we are.
Frequent shorter applications are also required today, apply the idea it the original form unless you see a problem concerning yourself or someone else.
If so, use the more specific form as indicated.