Sunday Service | December 27 | 9:30 AM CT
Are you ready to release 2020? I am.
At New Year’s we talk about a new start, a fresh beginning, or a new life. We look ahead to what we hope will be a wonderful year.
At the New Year, each of us can have a new beginning by letting go of old limiting thoughts of who we think we are, so that we can live into the spiritual truth about ourselves. In order to have a new beginning, we must be willing to let go of the past. We release the past so we can view ourselves, our relationships, and all others (Life) without the history of what has “always been.”
By releasing we create a vacuum. We must release those things that no longer serve us. We must release the past.
Charles Fillmore, co-founder of our movement says, “a healthy state of mind is attained and continued when the thinker willingly lets go of the old thoughts and takes on the new.”
Life is movement and is flowing. We must step into the flow of life, and when we hold on to old ways of being, life begins to stagnate.
Awareness is the key to changes those things. What are we doing that we are unaware of and that keeps repeating in our life? What continues to show up in our life?
It is OK to have tears. For sometimes letting go can be painful. For remember things have served us for a reason.
Are you ready to be free? Join me on Sunday, December 27, as we release and let go, and let God within guide us into a new year.
Blessings, Rev. Pat