What a week! So, we have had the earthquake, Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee. My area has part of the Jones Falls(way) and can handle rains, but heavy rains, 5″-7″ in a few hours. Not around here. Roads and bridges are washed out, while I was making sure the water stayed outside and did not come IN. Oh yeah and my water was turned off from my main water valve a few days ago. To say it has been nuts would be an understatement!
I asked about the water being turned off, and was told it was a kind of “reboot.” I know who turned it off, why and the additional assistance this loved one provided for me- just to show me the way!
So, when I say PAY ATTENTION- I MEAN PAY ATTENTION TO EVERYTHING! Ask the questions you need to have answered- you WILL receive an answer. TRUST that all is in divine order. Last night, while I was fretting about the rain, it occurred to me that I had not asked my angels by name for their assistance. I do know at least 2 of their names. So, I prayed to God for assistance, and asked my angels for their physical intervention if necessary. As soon as I was done, I felt calmer, I relaxed and was able to sleep.
Thank you God for LOVE. Thanks to my angels for their assistance, guidance and gently nudging to bring my own self back to the state of mind needed to grow and thrive in this new spiritual realm.
Thanks for reading! The World Day of Prayer is below. Enjoy!
Today’s Daily Word
Lighthouses are positioned so their light will reach the greatest distance and provide the clearest guidance. Similarly, each of us is positioned to be a brilliant beacon of the One Light, right where we are.
Spirit guides us to share love, to support one another, and to dispel the darkness of fear and separation. We stand confidently and express the light of Spirit, touching the hearts and minds of those around us. Knowing the power of Spirit to heal the world, we let our lights shine through our prayers, words and actions. In every language, in every land, the good news of peace and love and abundance is being shared. We are channels through which Spirit illumines the world.
Michelle D. Smith is a visionary and spiritual gladiator seeking to share awareness with many. She is a published author who writes a relationship column for Black Refer.com.The different niches for each site allow her to reach a variety of people to amuse, entertain and inspire.
Her self published book, My Life As A Mermaid was selected for inclusion in the Baltimore County Public Library's Local Author collection!