Neither History nor “His Story”, Can Wipe Out God’s Faith In You
Throw away the guilt, shame, and embarrassment and LIVE.
When we engage with others, no matter our history or any demographics like status or what makes us appear different we want to see Christ/Self/child of God/God’s Will Manifested.
Even in those you disagree with or who have done you wrong. Those you need to step away from and those who annoy or anger you.
Feel what you feel about the situation yet always remember who they are and YOU will remember who YOU are.
Shove off guilt, shame, and embarrassment; they were manufactured out of separation.
You are only as God created you.
God has more than faith in you, He has full knowledge of who you really are as His Son.
The Atonement as taught in A Course In Miracles allows for a release from all that the belief in separation brought upon us.
And you do not have to walk by some fancy code hereafter, just do your best and follow the guidance of the Holy Spirit in your daily walk.
It is not your story!
It is a role in a nightmare that plays over and over in the mind of Christ and you have the ability to slow it down and help others to embrace their truth as well.
(I know that other students of ACIM do not see it this way at the moment but what else could it be? All creation is the Son of God, Christ. So who could have made the mistaken thought of separation from God and Himself but Him?)
Grace means that it is okay to make mistakes.
Perfection is not a requirement.
Because you have never left the perfection of which you were created grace covers your time in the confusion of the illusion of fear and hate.
Father has perfect faith in you to take your place in the Atonement.
“The Holy Spirit begins by perceiving you as perfect. To perceive yourself this way is the only way in which you can find happiness in the world. That is because it is the acknowledgment that you are not in this world, for the world _is_ unhappy.” (https://acim.org/acim/en/s/99#5:1-7 | T-6.II.5:1–7)
And to do this one must:
Accept the Atoning/Undoing FORGIVENESS of the momentary belief in separation from God and ALL of the CONSEQUENCES of that error throughout time.
This is something we can remember when we engage with others:
“³You are one Self with me, united with our Creator in this Self. ⁴I honor you because of What I am, and What He is, Who loves us both as One.” (ACIM, W-95.15:3–4)
Till next time, God bless, bye for now.