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A Guide to Love, God, Prayer, Meditation, & Peace Within You—Right Now

When to Move On

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Miriam: “I have been seeing a man who is 8 years younger than me. We have had some extreme trials with family and the fact that he was in a long-term relationship before me. A few months ago he suggested I stay with him temporarily. He always stresses that we are friends but we function as a family in many ways. Since staying with him, I’ve gotten upset several times and now I may have lost his heart forever. I’m really discontent and believe there is someone out there that will love me wholeheartedly. On the other hand, I’ve prayed day in and day out for us to overcome this stage. Should I throw in the towel or wait patiently for things to work out?”

The Voice for Love: “Most Holy Child, we are so very pleased you are willing and open to hearing guidance in this troubling situation.

“There is indeed One who loves you dearly. There is One who is true to you in every way. There is One who will always be there for you no matter what. Yes, dear child, you have guessed aright – it is your own precious heart, given to you by God Himself to remind you of your virtue, your perfection, your strength, your beauty. This voice resides in you and communicates to you from your heart. You are already most willing to hear, for you have asked a question, something that you truly want to know: Should I throw in the towel or wait patiently for things to work out?

“Dear One, let us throw in the towel together and wait patiently for the truth which is here already. You are of great value. There is nothing you ever need to be ashamed of in your heart. You are worthy of being with another who feels this way about you and sees your heart. The world is filled with brothers and sisters, friends all — when approached with the sincerity of heart.

“Allow yourself to spend time each morning breathing in your goodness. Sit quietly and just breathe deeply the words, ‘I am worthy. I. AM. WORTHY. I AM WORTHY.’ As you value your own self, so will others join you in this truth. The calamities and drama you face can all be set down on the side of the road, as one heavy load too many. You do not need to contemplate how to contort yourself into the back bends necessary to make an awkward situation fit. For Truth always fits. Your heart always fits. Worthiness always fits.

“As you take time each morning to breathe in your goodness and your worthiness, you will naturally breathe out and move in honesty in all things: in relationships, in living situations, in your work and play. Allow your worthiness and goodness be your guide. They will not forsake such treasure as you are.

“Thank you for coming in such willingness of heart. Amen.”