Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Faith in Faith

Teacher Ophelius:

Today’s message is about having “faith in faith.” Sounds strange does it not? What does it mean to believe in faith? Faith is the never waning trust and loyalty to a belief in the unseen, untried, but glorious outcome of events and future circumstances, for which the status and understanding of an individual is poised with great expectation and reward for following after the divine urge to love and to be loved.

It is a hopeful desire for that ultimate approval from the paradise Father that welcomes us into his eternal family, and that he has prepared a place for us and a chance to know greater love than what we have ever experienced thus far in our living existence as a free will creature of the Creator’s making. It is the “knowing” or instinct to return to that from which we have come--to “metamorphosize” the soul into a more perfect ideal of the Creator’s intent and the realization that we are truly, truly, a child of this all wise, all loving Father and Creator of all things.

Imagine for a moment my beloved, and remember a time that you believe was the pinnacle of the highest feeling of love and acceptance you have ever experienced in your life. Then multiply that feeling by a trillion fold, and if you could imagine or appreciate such a vibration as this, then would you only know but a taste of what is possible when you stand before God in finality.

It is this innate drive to find God and to be like him that fuels the “faith to have faith.” And so it is that God has a plan for us and that he makes a way that we can “evolve” to a state of being that can eventually allow us to experience the intense light of his supreme outpouring of divine love. For we cannot, in our imperfect state, stand the intensity of His perfect light and vibration. It is His desire to bring us home to him so that he can pour out this perfect love on us because he is our Father and we are His children.

Have “faith in faith” my beloved, for the Father calls to us, “Come home my children, for this is where you belong.”

Good day,

The Circle of Seven


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