[tmtranscripts] Abraham 9-19-99

ELLEN ellen at utah-inter.net
Wed Sep 22 19:25:49 PDT 1999


SEPTEMBER 19, 1999

I am ABRAHAM. Greetings. What a beautiful display of faith and willingness
to participate, yes. Your desire to do your best is evidence that you are
indeed serving our Father. How beautiful it is to see our fellows go beyond
themselves to giving all glory and honor to our Father. Worship is the
doorway to a new and better age.

How can such insurmountable problems be overcome in this society today? The
answer is simple: By having the faith of a little child, being small enough
to enter into the doorway of worship allowing Father to teach, and you
glorifying His teaching by living His example in your everyday lives.

Worship brings a beautiful balance between the mortal and divine. The animal
tendencies are transformed into a productive divine energy when you can step
aside from yourselves to find Father and His greater meanings and values.
Your vision extends beyond this mortal life to eternal realities when you
can be made small and recognize the power and love of God.

The evolutionary worlds of time and space know not of their influence in the
universe; how the Supreme Being can be made to grow and change when worlds
are made to kneel in humble admittance to the fact that they do not have all
the answers; how the universes upon universes are made to change when even
small groups reach out in faith and support Michael's cause. In having died
to the old ways, and taken up the new, there is certainly material changes
made also.

In worship we are renewed in body as well as mind and spirit. Physical
changes do occur with such a positive activity, physical changes on an
individual level as well as a planetary level, of course. Father is waiting
enthusiastically for His children to reach up. He finds it His supreme joy
to commune with each child personally. How blessed are we that He should
love and care for us! How powerful is worship that we can create such
positive changes that resonate all the way to the Supreme Being! Yes.

Most mortals, having experienced adversities that would leave them hesitant
to trust a higher source, would perhaps be beaten down by life's
circumstances. Many mortals who experience physical and mental illness would
have a negative outlook on this mortal life. They would perhaps find no cure
for what ails them. Many mortals who experience physical \ chemical
addictions may find their weakness overwhelming without hope of recovery
without a greater and more powerful source.

Worship brings us a connection in which we are changed physically, mentally
and spiritually. There is strength to endure those daily events that would
seem to break the average mortal heart and mind. There is everyday healing
that would bring shock to the average mortal. There is power in
relinquishing those things that have held you. In worship there is hope and
sound solutions to everyday problems. It is our hope that worship will bring
the worlds people to change their point of view from how 'the world is so
bad' to 'the world is getting better. How can we help?' Yes.

This concludes our lesson on worship. Still find time in your daily routine
to acknowledge the beauty Father has put before you. Still maintain your
childlike faith, and in all things have the attitude of living for the glory
of our Father in Heaven. Commit to Him daily, telling Him who you serve. In
the coming weeks we will focus on strength and endurance--being able to
persevere and face all difficulties with the courage of the Master. We will
discuss self-discipline.

It is well known that a child would rather flee from things unpleasant and
fearful than face them with unknowing. It is evident in your society that
various forms of diversion are created in order to feel liberated from
life's daily grind. Forms of societal opiates are becoming popular as
everyday living wondering what is life's meanings about. It is indeed
difficult to take the punishment of everyday living with a smile.

Our upcoming lessons will teach you strength in standing strong in mind and
faith to learn to bend and not break. The Master's living example was such
an inspiration for us each. How can one take life's punishment and not
become weak, embittered, angry, depressed or hopeless? How did Jesus, the
man, live from day to day with strength, trust and encouragement to others?
How could He accept life's disappointments without wanting to give in or
being broken by them? Ponder upon these things during the week. Have
discussion in your next meeting.

I can say each week when we meet I am made to worship our Father for His
overall watch-care and allowing me to be here with you. Again, as always my
love grows more for you each time we meet. Until next week, shalom.

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