“God speaks to us. Shall we not speak to Him? He is not distant. He makes no attempt to hide from us. We try to hide from Him, and suffer from deception. He remains entirely accessible. He loves His Son. There is no certainty but this, yet this suffices. He will love His Son forever. When his mind remains asleep, He loves him still. And when his mind awakes, He loves him with a never-changing Love.”
I decided to combine these lessons, as I feel that they are really two parts of one thought: The thought is simply that We are given the means to forgive, live, practice, and enjoy the lessons we are working with. We don’t have to struggle; we don’t have to feel guilty; we need no mediator between ourselves and God, because we are one with God.
“Oneness is simply the idea God is. And in His Being, He encompasses all things. No mind holds anything but Him. We say “God is,” and then we cease to speak, for in that knowledge words are meaningless. There are no lips to speak them, and no part of mind sufficiently distinct to feel that it is now aware of something not itself. It has united with its Source. And like its Source Itself, it merely is.”
Here is the ineffable experience we will all have when we let go of the idea of separation. It is truly indescribable, because words can’t hold it. I am certainly not there yet, but the above paragraph gives me an inkling of what it will be like. I am grateful.