Simple Grace - - Mood Index -

Dear child, you have a car­ing heart and it’s won­der­ful to ex­tend it to a friend. But you need to let go of your judg­ments in or­der keep your beau­ti­ful as­set pure, clean and near Me.

When you make a judg­ment and in­sist on it, it’s as if you don’t fully trust your Fa­ther.

You give your own mind a place of su­pe­ri­or­ity over His truth and wis­dom.

With­out mean­ing to, you cling to your judg­ments as a child clings to a teddy bear: Your opin­ions re­as­sure you of who you are. It can be fright­en­ing to sur­ren­der the sense of self that your judg­ments up­hold…it can feel like a kind of death.

Can you hold your judg­ments lightly rather than in­sist on them as ab­so­lute truth? Can you trust your Fa­ther and I to see that jus­tice is served and friends are pro­tected? Can you think of your Fa­ther and I as the ground of your be­ing and let go of that part of your­self that in­sists on be­ing right? Can you give Me what you’re clutch­ing to your breast right now?

If you love Me as I love you, please al­low the part of your­self that in­sists on be­ing 100 per­cent right to die. Send Me your love and a re­quest to help you let go of your need to judge and your need to be right. Feel your spirit lift and be filled with My lov­ing re­sponse. Sur­ren­der to Me to bear much beau­ti­ful fruit. —Je­sus to two dis­ci­ples,

John 12:24

“Truly, truly, I say to you, un­less a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it re­mains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.”

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