Within each of us is the capacity to listen, hear and be guided by God’s voice in our life. This is a precious gift that has been given to each of us. Yet for many of us, we are out of practice. We don’t know what it would be like to hear God’s voice, separate from our smaller voices of need, ego and separation. For most of us, it takes time, humility, and patience to discern the voice of our soul and God guiding us. It is important to believe that it is possible to feel God with us in our daily lives, guiding us, accompanying us, loving us. It then becomes important to value making clear time and space within ourselves, to make room for the silence and quiet that allows this voice of truth to rise up and become clearer.
For most of us, we have to get past our dis-belief that this could be possible for us. We have to allow ourselves to be learners and be willing to make mistakes along the way. Trusting that if we have truly prayed to be aligned only with love and truth, God will show us the most clear, and loving path for each of us. That God will help us heal and purify all that is not whole within us, so that we can come to know and trust the voice of innocence within ourselves.
We are each created as a unique and precious being. Thus each of us will have the experience of feeling God with us differently. We are like tuning forks, each tuned to a slightly different resonance of God’s loving presence.
Yet there is only one God. One Life, one Love.
When we each align and attune to our deepest truths, praying to separate ourselves from the voices of our ego and our smaller selves we can begin to join our sense of guidance and truth with those around us with openness, humility, innocence and a willingness to be led. As we do this we can begin to experience the beauty and magnificence of God’s great love for each of us individually and for us collectively as a whole. We truly begin to have an experience of how out many, there will be one. How we will truly learn to live peacefully with each other and with all of creation.
This is God’s promise to each of us.