Day 4: I AM

4th Day  Saturday

I AM

From Keep A True Lent by Charles Fillmore
Read John 10:1-18.

I am a child of the Father, and my inheritance is from Him. I AM is the Christ within me, the true spiritual being, whom God made in His image and likeness. Through the I AM (the Christ), I link myself with the Father, with Spirit, with life, wisdom, love, peace, strength, power, and Truth. I AM is the gate through which my thoughts come forth from the invisible, and it is through this gate that I go to get into the presence of Spirit. The I AM has its being in heaven; its home is in the realm of God ideals. I hitch my I AM to the star of God, and infinite joy follows as night the day. The I AM always assures me that the preponderance of power is in spiritual things. Fear throws dust in one’s eyes and hides the mighty spiritual forces that are always with one. I deny ignorance and fear, and affirm the presence and power of the I AM. “I AM THAT I AM . . . I AM hath sent me unto you.” I realize that spiritual character is the rock foundation of being. As I build my consciousness in God-Mind, I find that I am in heaven right here on earth. I let go of the little self and take hold of the big self. “Not my will, but thine, be done.” The I AM is the will in its highest aspect. The will may be said to be the man, because it is the directive power that decides the character formation which makes what is called individuality. I boldly affirm: “I am a child of God, and I am joint heir with Jesus to abiding life, wisdom, love, peace, substance, strength, and power.”

From Be Ye Transformed  Lent 2017
by Rev. Lesley Miller

I AM an unlimited spiritual Being, expressing in life As a divine creation of God.
In Exodus 3:14 (KJV), God speaks to Moses through a burning bush that is miraculously not consumed by fire. When Moses asks, “Who are you?” he hears the response, “I AM that I AM.” Other Bible versions translate this as, “I will be what I will be.” God truly cannot be confined by human understanding. How often do we remember our own unlimited, divine nature—the I AM we are as God’s beloved? Do we affirm our own God-given gift to be all we can be? Do we affirm: I AM unlimited, I AM health, I AM prosperity, I AM creative, strong, loving, and growing in spiritual understanding? Too often we misuse our I AM power by repeating negative beliefs and thoughts of lack or limitation such as: I AM poor, I AM sick, or I AM a victim. When you say, “I AM _______,” you affirm your thoughts into your mind, body, and spirit. The Truth is you are an unlimited, spiritual being with all of God’s qualities expressing as you.

To download the booklet, Be Ye Transformed Lent 2017, published by Unity World Headquarters, click here.

To download the book, Keep A True Lent, by Charles Fillmore, click here.

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