O Son of Spirit!
Noble have I created thee, yet thou hast abased thyself. Rise then unto that for which thou wast created.
“Noble have I created thee” does not mean some of us, or most of us.
Or everyone except me.
It means all of us.
The ways in which “honour and nobility” manifest themselves in us — each a unique creation of God — is a one-of-a-kind and wondrous journey.
Our human nature equips us for solving the challenges of the material world.
But that is where its powers, possibilities — and purpose — end.
It is our spiritual nature that enfolds the divine bestowals that bring forth the nobility and honour we’re created for.
What helps this nature become the decision-maker in our lives?
Are we ready, and willing, to embrace the truth that this inner reality is a presence and power in whose light all fear, and the trappings of mere survival, disappear like shadows?
With Thine Own Eyes: Why Imitate the Past When We Can Investigate Reality?, coming January 2014 from George Ronald Publisher: