The Battle is Already Won, Embrace the Victory

Alone, nothing great is ever accomplished without the risk of heartbreak and failure. With His direction, great adventures come with Love and gifts of spiritual growth. It is a greater privilege to serve than to be served.

Pray to use your life force in a kind and helpful way.

Read scripture and feed your soul.

Meditate and digest your learning and yearning.

Warriors of Light know they cannot lose under His command.

The battle theater is large, the enemies are unusual and often personal. The lessons are deep the prizes are great and The Battle is already won. The task is to embrace the Victory with Grace. Shalom.

A Teachable Spirit

A teachable spirit is a gift ! It is receptive to being taught. There is so much to learn !

Learn to focus on the good, receive the good and share what is good.

Pray for wisdom and discernment.

Read scripture and learn that wisdom doesn’t change over time.

Meditate. Just stop all the doing and breathe deeply.

Warriors of Light temper their impressionable side. They are not easily swayed. They are teachable and are always learning new and more amazing maneuvers to help others.

Read the Signs for Direction and Clarity

Read the signs. Make your decisions wisely. Whether you are traveling to an unfamiliar place or starting a new relationship, read the signs.

Pray for direction and clarity.

Read scripture and let your mind rest. Your purpose will be defined.

Meditate. Use beads or breathing. Participate in the rhythm of your breath.

Warriors of Light are always learning. A teachable spirit allows training for the Commander’s missions. Learning is an honor.

Truth – See it, Share it

Learning is but realizing the truth. Seeing the truth, using the truth and sharing the truth are our obligations. Continue to remind ourselves of our portion.

Pray to remember the difference between right and wrong.

Read scripture and devotionals.

Meditate on the wealth of our time. Meditate on our Source.

Warriors of Light are busy with service and joy.

There are no “but’s” in describing their opportunities.