"It is the Father's good pleasure to give you the Kingdom."

Dear friends,

We are not going to experience our pre-ordained, already-existing Oneness until both of us can become defenseless with each other. Trust will have to replace fear, and peace will have to replace the chattering of your mind which obscures our Brotherhood from your sight. You are going to have to want to know me more than you want to assert yourself.

When I said, "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest," it was not just a kindness I was expressing. It was the way Home, spelled out most clearly to you.

If you come unto me, we will then walk together. I will lead you, and you will learn of your Birthright and embrace It. You will discover your divinity and willingly embody it instead of denying it by assertions of a self-hood existing only in your imagination. And you will find rest in the absence of the effort it has taken to uphold an image of yourself - a personality, an ego.

In the absence of efforting to maintain a fabulous image, you will find yourself being. And the movement of being which you will discover you Are will give evidence to God . . . will glorify God.

Not only will you not mind being the effect of God, rather than an independent originator, yourself, you will let it be. You will let God be all there is to you. You will say, "Thy will be done," and God will take the final step for you, because you let Him in. He will reveal to you that He was all there ever was to you, and that your trek of independence, a fantasy that never really happened, never really happened!

It all begins with you and me, in the withinness of you, engaging in mutual trust - in Brotherhood - and then extending it to everyone and everything.

Let it begin today.

Kingston, Washington
February 6, 2002