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June 16, 2020


      I wish for you to become aware, on a deeper level, of the gift you have been given, free will.  And to help you draw closer to a better understanding of the power of free will, I want to give you a brief example, using you as the example, so that you might revisit times, in your life, when this example has happened to you, and remember all of the feelings that were associated with the choice, the free will.  You have a relationship with a co-worker, a family member, or friends.  And, in the course of this relationship, let us say with a co-worker, there is an accident, and without purpose to cause harm, something is broken.  It does not matter whether that which is broken is a cherished treasure of the other, or a trust.  You stand before your co-worker, having broken something of value.  When such a situation arises, you are hoping that the co-worker will forgive you.  Your first utterance, upon the breaking, is to say, “I am sorry.  Please forgive me.”  And then, you wait.  Will there be a tirade of anger, or open arms of forgiveness?”  Just by looking at this example, you remember, or recognize, the power of the tirade of anger, or the open arms of forgiveness.  Your co-worker has made a choice.  Your co-worker has used the gift of free will.  And their choice has an impact upon you.  That is as simple a representation as can be given, because each of you, My children, as stood before another, praying for forgiveness, not a tirade of anger.  And, in the memory, you might recall, the gratitude on your heart, when forgiveness was the choice, the free will choice of another.  This happens every day, many times a day you have the opportunity to make a free will choice.  You made an instant choice in that scenario, asking for forgiveness, “I am sorry. Please forgive me.”  So, no matter what the free will choice is of your co-worker, you have taken the step that you needed to take, in that situation.  The example today will not go any further, because I believe each of you, hearing these words, or reading these words today, will recall such a time.  And memory of this occurrence will spur you to begin paying attention to what is happening around you, and how the free will choice, that you make, and others make, impact(s) others, impact(s) you.  And so, it goes through the day, free will choice here and there.  Once you begin to notice the power of free will choice, the next step along The Way to illumination, is to make sure you are practiced in making the good choice, the choice of light, and love, and peace.  And let your choice impact others in a heavenly way.

And The Holy Spirit says:

       As you go into this day, remember you have the power to deliver peace or to deliver isolation, condemnation.  Remember, as you move into the day, the power you hold within you, and make a determination, at the beginning of the day, that how you impact others will be: a blessing for them, rather than a curse; a loving for them, rather than rejection; inclusion for them, rather than exclusion.  Today, let your free will choice be The Way of God.