Master's Level Living
SYNOPSIS: Master's Level Living means that we take the spiritual principles we know and we apply them in our lives to the best of our ability in a dedicated, diligent and disciplined way. Master's Level Living also means we move from the mindset of "what I have" to "what I do" ultimately to "who I am." Therein lies the mastery. Today, we practice Master's Level Living.
FEATURED MUSICIAN: Michael Robinson
TAKEAWAYS: Think about what you love and what makes you feel alive. When you do, the magnificent power and presence you are will align to further the fulfillment of your dreams! Lean into it, move toward it, for this is your personal vision. As you move confidently in the direction of your vision, you pass an invisible boundary into the demonstration of your heart's desires.
Since this is the time of year we honor and celebrate graduations, I thought we could use the stages of our education system from grade school to high school to college and even on to graduate school as a metaphor for our progression through the various levels of consciousness we experience as we move to greater and even greater awareness of who we are.
This Sunday we’ll explore what Master’s Level Living means by taking the spiritual principles we know and applying them in our lives to the best of our ability in a dedicated, diligent and disciplined way. Master’s Level Living also means we move from the mindset of “what I have” to “what I do” ultimately to “who I am.” Therein lies the mastery.
You’ve heard it said that “it’s not the destination but the journey that matters.” To really understand this, it takes knowing our Oneness with the Source of All Life. This is what really matters. How we know this is through letting go and letting God. Because if we truly know our Oneness, we can absolutely let go! Sometimes easier said that done!
Be with us Sunday. Besides being with others of like mind, you’ll be ministered to by singer/songwriter Michael Robinson, along with Pamela Van Kirk on bass, Dugan Williamson on drums, and our music director Gwen Gathercoal on piano and vocal back up.
Plan to bring a potluck dish to share after the 11 a.m. service and stay for our Annual Membership Meeting at 1 p.m. All are welcome.
We are all Masters on this journey called life…
See you Sunday,