Simple Grace - - Mood Index -

Dear child, I know how painful it is to be be­trayed by one you cared for. I also know how hard it can be to be falsely ac­cused. It takes courage and wis­dom to keep quiet in such a cir­cum­stance, but truly, the only de­fense you have against lies is to re­main walk­ing in the light of truth.

There is noth­ing hid­den from your Fa­ther: He knows ev­ery hair on your head, ev­ery thought in your heart. He knows when you are in­no­cent, and He knows when you are guilty. When you are mis­un­der­stood by your neigh­bor, you can call on the Holy Spirit to bring you the con­so­la­tion of your Fa­ther’s un­der­stand­ing. It can be a beau­ti­ful thing to feel known.

Do you have a few min­utes to spend in your Fa­ther’s truth right now? If so, sit up with your eyes closed and let all men­tal wor­ries and phys­i­cal ten­sion go. Gather up the love you feel for Me and imag­ine send­ing it on the wind right to My heart. As you feel the Spirit lift­ing your spirit, send out a re­quest to your Fa­ther. You might ask, Heav­enly Fa­ther, please give me a true sense of who I am. Then sim­ply re­lax and re­ceive a sense of your true, glo­ri­ous essence. Spend a few min­utes just soak­ing in a sense of your own beauty as seen through the eyes of your Fa­ther. Re­lease the ac­cu­sa­tions of oth­ers, as well as your own self-ac­cu­sa­tions. When­ever you’re feel­ing un­sure or mis­un­der­stood, please re­turn to this lovely truth of who you re­ally are.

“Why, even the hairs of your head are all num­bered. Fear not.” —Je­sus to the crowd,

Luke 12:7

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