Rev. Glen Ganaway I.M.

The Fellowship of Awakening November 23, 2016

‚ÄčTeachers of God,

Lesson 321

Father, my freedom is in You alone.

I did not understand what made me free, nor what my freedom is, nor where to look to find it. Father, I have searched in vain until I heard Your Voice directing me. Now I would guide myself no more. For I have neither made nor understood the way to find my freedom. But I trust in You. You Who endowed me with my freedom as Your holy Son will not be lost to me. Your Voice directs me, and the way to You is opening and clear to me at last. Father, my freedom is in You alone. Father, it is my will that I return.

Today we answer for the world, which will be freed along with us. How glad are we to find our freedom through the certain way our Father has established. And how sure is all the world's salvation, when we learn our freedom can be found in God alone.
Healing and Freedom are the same thing. We wake up to our healing when we see the one problem that keeps us suffering: our belief in our own separation from God. We're trying to prove over and over again that we can do it, have a good, successful, happy life without others, without help and do it all ourselves, in fact that we must. It's not true. Our one problem is solved when we immerse ourselves in the service to others then we know of the onenes that heals all ills. We listen to the Voice for God telling us where to go and what to say. And we heal ourselves and others all along the way. If we can be healed, the whole world can. And today we choose to participate in that. 
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Image One: Foggy Path photograph by Michael McCullough

Image Two:  Mind the Gap Sign from the London Tube

Explanations of Images: We are learning to see past the fear in our lives. Fear appears like a fog over our path, and sometimes there are others encouraging us to agree the fog is powerful and real. The truth is that when we share in this illusion we only make the fog thicker. The answer to fear is to reach out to others, not retreat into our fears. When we reach out to others we actually find them reaching back to us. We were letting others frighten us, but seeing past the fog we reach out and connect with what is real: our oneness, wholeness and safety. Our error is seeing others as fundamentally different than ourselves. There is nothing at all between us, no space, no time, no difference. Believing in difference is how we get sick. Acting on our wholeness supports our health. We walk forward toward our greatest good always before us.