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April – Where Humanity and Divinity Meet

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Humanity has grappled down through the ages with this question: Who is God, and who am I? In our philosophy we learn that there is no clear dividing line! Yes, we are fully human, with all our emotions and reactions, our beliefs and experiences. There’s no getting out of our human nature. But there is that within each of us that is greater than our humanity. A clear connection with something greater, and we call It God. Our maker who is still within each of us, and we can learn to hear it and feel it.

Here’s what you’ll hear on Sundays in April; and if you miss the message, you can hear it here:

April 1 – The Lord is My Shepherd – Easter Sunday

Music:  Carisa Holmes

A shepherd cares for his sheep lovingly and kindly; feeds and shelters them and tends them if they are ill. Throughout the Bible we find references to the Shepherd as a loving Presence, guiding, guarding, and keeping. The sheep do not worry; they are not afraid, for they have a sense of being cared for, a feeling of security. When we let the Lord of all creation take care of us we are following the Good Shepherd, who knows his sheep and loves them. Living the Science of Mind, by Ernest Holmes, pg. 148

I rest in Security and Peace, for the inner Light shines forth and illumines the way.

April 8 – The Individual and the Universal

Music:  Lisa and Erika

We individualize the Universal and Universalize the individual. This sounds like rather an abstract statement until we understand its simplicity. The ancients said that every man is a microcosm within a Macrocosm, a little world within a Big World, or an individual with the Universal…. There is no such thing as an individual anything in the Universe. For instance, we as individuals do not have an individual gravitational force that holds us in place. We do not possess an individual law of mathematics or principle of harmony. Rather we are immersed in all of these things, and they individualize through us in accord with the use that we make of them. Living the Science of Mind, by Ernest Holmes, pg. 151

The life within me blesses all humankind.

April 15 – God Talks to the Heart

Music:  Kim Belew

While we admire the intellect, we must realize that the intellect is not the creative factor in the Universe. Rather, it is feeling that is creative. … The real creative power of the mind is deeper than the intellect. It passes into the realm of feeling and acceptance, yet it is the intellect or the self-conscious faculties that must speak the word in order that every obstruction may be cleared away. We could coin no better expression than to say that God speaks to the heart through a language of feeling, a feeling which is affirmative. Living the Science of Mind, by Ernest Holmes, pg. 164

Arise, my spirit; arise and shine.

April 22 – How Old Are You?

Music:  Carisa Holmes 

We are told that each cell of the physical body is completely replaced every fourteen months. It seems funny, does it not, to think that no one is even a year and a half old, physically. We are also told that there is no reason to suppose that our minds grow old; that the mind is as young at ninety as it is at nine; that the only thing that is added to it is experience. Most psychologists agree that we learn less rapidly as years advance, but just as certainly and just as accurately. Some of the scientific minds today are telling us that, while time exists, age does not; that in reality time is not a way of measuring years and months and days, but rather a measurement of experience in a limitless life. Living the Science of Mind, by Ernest Holmes, pg. 173

You are as young as your faith, as old as your doubt; as young as your confidence, as old as your fear; as young as your hope, as old as your despair.

April 29 – Build Your Tomorrow Today – Family Day at the Center

Music:  Emmett Donovan & Jesse Powers            Special Guest Speaker:  Jay Barnes

Even as what we did yesterday set the Law of Life in motion to create what we are doing today, so what we are doing today sets this same Law in motion to create what will happen to us tomorrow. What we did yesterday is carried over into today only because we give our consent to it What we are thinking and doing today can create the kind of tomorrow we wish to experience if we will change our outlook on life. But since today is the only day in which we live, and yesterday has forever passed, the change that we need to make within ourselves must be made today. Living the Science of Mind, by Ernest Holmes, pg. 190

I awaken to the Divine within me and it reaches out and embraces everything around me.

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Many blessings!

Rev Molly

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