Receiving For Bestowing

This week I’m contemplating the idea that making clear, doable requests can be a gift to others (in direction and ways to contribute) and to Creation (in closing the loop with appreciation).

Then I found this passage, which I totally love, from Frater Achad, “Melchizidek Truth Principles”.

With loving blessings,

“Knock beloved, the door shall be opened.  Seek! Ye shall find!  Ask and it shall be granted unto you, for the Great Oversoul of the Universe shall never place in your hand a serpent instead of a fish and neither shall the Great Oversoul of the Universe place in your hand a stone instead of bread.

“Within your consciousness is the well of Living Waters.  You have but to drink of it.  Truly it shall become the wine of Life unto your Souls.  Remember you are the Christ of God incarnate in the flesh.  You are the honored guest at the wedding of Cana.  Turn the water into wine, dear hearts.  Drink of it freely, for it shall cause the marrow of your bones to become rich, and the fiber of your body to become strong.

“Fear not to ask of the Great Creative Power man has learned to call God.  If you ask in small measure, in a small measure you shall receive.  Ask in abundance and abundance you shall receive. “


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