Bearing Witness unto the Truth

“…  To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth.  Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice.”

John 18: 37

       What does it mean to us in our every day life to bear witness unto the truth? It is our perception of what comes into our awareness.  Do we react on the level it is presented to us?  Do we meet anger with anger?  Are we happy or annoyed by our outer experiences?   If so, we are judging by appearance.  We are living by our intellect.

      Jesus Christ came to teach us by words and example that we are spiritual beings living a human experience.  We bear witness to the truth when we perceive our outer life from a foundation of always being in God Presence. Whatever God is doing is embedded in our experience although it may not yet be visible.  When the harmony, balance, and good is still in the invisible, we trust by knowing God is love.  God is here.  God is the only power.  Our faith grows with practice.  And we can ask for help, knowing it is instant and filled with wisdom.  Our freedom comes when we bear witness unto the truth.

 (Thoughts provided by Rev. Mary Emma Dryden ~ March 24, 2015)

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