We Have What It Takes To Bring About the Change We Say We Want

Debra (Debi) Yvonne Simmons
8 min readJul 23, 2021

We need to get clarity on what we want and be it.

Our primary responsibility is to accept the Atonement that Jesus offers us in the undoing of the error of separation; which the Son of God believed briefly and released or had corrected.

In the power of that “instant,” there were parts of the Sonship who got trapped in the mental addiction of the error and insist that they are separate.

So powerful is their belief in this truth that they return to life on earth over and over to struggle and die, only to repeat the cycle and do not face the reality of their own divinity.

You offer them a witness of this truth of their divinity by accepting the Atonement, which acknowledges our innocence.

What is the Atonement?

It is forgiveness of the Son of God for the belief in the possibility of separation from God. You can call it “the Fall” or “sin” or anything you like, but it is a false precept.

This happens within your mind and heart and may or may not reflect what physical life expresses because this is not your “life”. It is a role you play in the Universal Plan that will allow the entire Sonship to return “willingly” to full communication with the Father/God.

Your individual gifts. Your talents and challenges are crucial to the workings of the Universal Plan in motion since the beginning of “time”.

Time is given to humanity by the Holy Spirit to remember who they are.
At the same time, the only reason we have time is that we bought into the guilt and shame in the idea of separation from God.

Otherwise, we would have one continuous moment of existence and experience and expression to the delight of ourselves and God, the Father.

Once all of us are in unison with that understanding, time will no longer be required.

An eternal now of experience will exist, and in that experience will be the ebb and flow of perfect communication between God and His Son.

For now, there are seemingly great “differences” among us.

Debra (Debi) Yvonne Simmons

Atonement, His (Christ’s) Story, Three Temptations: Addiction, Power-Hunger, and Depression, “Seeing” Truth in the “Unseen”, Living Above the Chaos C U there :)