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WDC680- Spending Time with Father

2009-07-20-Spending Time with Father
Woods Cross #680


• 1 Heading
o 1.1 Topic: Spending Time With Father
o 1.2 Group: Woods Cross TeaM
• 2 Facilitators
o 2.1 Teacher: Abraham, Mary
o 2.2 TR: Nina
• 3 Session
o 3.1 Opening
o 3.2 Lesson
o 3.3 Closing

Topic: Spending Time With Father
Group: Woods Cross TeaM
Teacher: Abraham, Mary
TR: Nina


ABRAHAM:  I am ABRAHAM. Greetings. I am always happy to meet with your warm and loving personalities. I enjoy each unique character within this class. Everyone has something to offer and everyone also receives. As I have observed your summer vacation, I see such busyness, almost too busy and yet I find you are discovering what is truly valuable in living.


When you take societal traditions out of the equation for quality or value of life, you find all things can fall away, yet you are still with the truth of the living God. The more time we spend with Father, the more we find out what is really valuable. The lessons in your experiences are like a map that leads you for the most part toward advancement. You may veer off the road from time to time, but you can always come back and find your right path. I say ‘your path’ because you are a child of God and every child has a different path. When the majority of the world comes to believe this, then will you see the stages of Light and Life in motion.

I can understand that you must live a decent life in the eyes of society and it is understood that you would appreciate acceptance or at least to feel normal among your peers. We, as a group, don’t quite live up to societies traditions and yet we must remember our path is our own. We are not to feel dread nor guilt because our path is not like other dominant religions. We are to learn from our experiences and find growth therein. Have not regret, but open your mind to the lessons Father has to impart to you. I mean not to say you are separate. I am saying you can feel comforted by your decision to turn within and find your God and know that there is value to be had in your life experience

MARY:  I am MARY. Greetings, my friends, my warm spirits, I am with overflowing joy to be with you this evening. I am in understanding of Abraham’s words that talk to us about breaking the hold that societies values have on us and embracing our own path.

As you each know, I had made faulty life decisions in my days in the flesh. I certainly had an inferiority complex about the life I had led. I had not felt as though I belonged in the world, let alone the Kingdom-family. I can tell you that lessons with the Master had taught me the freedom of knowing I could go within for answers and know Father for myself. It wasn’t up to anyone to judge me, especially myself. No person defined my life and had me stay limited. The Master totally lived this belief and He did not shun the ways of the world but found comfort in finding Father’s definition, definitions of what value there was to be had.

I know that there are Father’s children screaming for attention and trying to find love and acceptance. I can say that you as ministers are fully prepared to make these individuals feel comfortable and normal. Those that feel abnormal feel not accepted and have no connection with other people. If you have done your work to make room for Father’s observations, then you have to feel confident that you are on a good path. While you my stray from time to time, this is especially important to be observant and obtain Father’s definitions of those particular experiences.


MARY:  That is all for this evening. I do believe next time we meet it will be around the celebration of the Master’s birthday on this planet. I am with happiness to envision our togetherness. Abraham and I would ask you each to make time for us to give you each a few words in your moments of stillness. It is our desire to have small amount of time with you each. Know that our love is continually growing and we bid you to go in peace. Until next time, Shalom.

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