[tmtranscripts] Abraham 11/24/02

ellen ellen at utah-inter.net
Mon Nov 25 20:04:36 PST 2002

NOVEMBER 24, 2002

I am ABRAHAM. Greetings. I am always amazed at your willingness to put forth
your best intentions for the highest good of the whole. This week I have
been witness to some wonderful acts, where many of you have set aside petty
differences in favor of higher good for the whole. This is certainly
exerting self-mastery. You are each learning to go beyond concern for
individual wellness toward enlarged concepts of doing what is the best
concerning everyone. Well done.

As you each mature in spirituality you are finding that you are not just
you, but a part of all there ever was, is and will be. With this enlarged
concept, self-mastery becomes a natural part of life as if it always was.
Said Jesus, "He who tries to save his life will surely lose it. He who
willingly lays down his life for me shall be saved." Is that not a grand
example of inner-knowingness? Yes. Is that not a beautiful display of trust
in Father and a show of the supreme desire to do His will? Yes. As you view
your life history what have you released, relinquished or if you have laid
down your life in order to be saved, what have you lost; what have you

As I view my own life history I find that every moment, moments of joy,
despair, fear, sorrow, abandonment, self-aggrandizement and power, was
indeed a worthwhile journey. Every moment, every minute was leading to
ultimate good, leading me to where I am now and for that I am truly
grateful, humbled, yes, and grateful. I have been on the mountain tops of
self-glory and the valleys of self-loathing. I have felt the evil one's
breath in my ear, and yet I have been cradled in the arms of our Master. I
have cried tears of sorrow and tears of joy. I have been witness to Father's
power, mercy, His participation and His simply standing-by.

I see now how it all led to the ultimate good, ultimate good for myself, as
well as the Father's overall plan. I can surely find gratitude knowing that
I am in a state of becoming. I could not have known then in mortal state
what I know now, because it required every moment to give me the knowingness
that I have now. I certainly would have had a smoother transition however if
I had realize then that all of my mortal experience was leading to an
ultimate good. There was always something with meanings and values to gain,
to incorporate into who I am now.

Can you see that, children? That all of mortal life experience is quite
valuable, and the more willing you are to embrace that fact, the smoother
your spiritual transitions will be. Nothing is lost. Nothing good is ever
sacrificed by you. When you vow to lay down your life in order to be saved,
you are asking Father to free you from the clutches of the animalistic
tendencies, to gain mindal expansion, spiritual endurance and personality
enhancement. What is lost when you commit to a spirit-led life? ego
involvement, controlling emotions, selfishness, orphanhood,
self-unworthiness and narrow-mindedness, to speak of a few, yes.

My lesson is short this evening. This week review your life history. Find
how it, all of it, has led to an ultimate good. Think about those mountain
tops of self-glory and valleys of self-loathing. Think about Father's
various aspects of His total being that you have been aware of as it
pertains to your life history, your experience. Ponder your spiritual
maturity and how you may be changing from individualistic thinking to
incorporating the concern for the well-being of the whole. Know that in all
our hours apart from each other you are always on my mind and in my heart. I
am with growing affection for you each. Until next time, shalom.

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