Mystic Magic

The Father in the Father

June 16, 2020 Celeste A Frazier Season 1 Episode 10
Mystic Magic
The Father in the Father
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Mystic Magic
The Father in the Father
Jun 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
Celeste A Frazier

In homage to fathers, Rev. Celeste references the scripture "the light of the world" (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5:14&version=NIV) as a starting point. She offers that we humans are the candles as expressions of the Light. We need to keep our wicks trimmed by going to Truth. We make God look Good by being the best we can be. The best way to show appreciation to God is to reveal Its nature. She uses her own father (https://legacy.suntimes.com/obituaries/chicagosuntimes/obituary.aspx?n=freddie-frazier&pid=16072872) as an example of him being proud of himself, by being proud of her.

In order to recognize how we reveal our spiritual heritage, Celeste refers to the bible verse: "Who is my mother?" (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+12:48&version=NIV) as an explanation of how to recognize those who do the will of God. And she goes on to discuss recognizing those who know God. When we recognize our True Self, we are being in harmony with Truth.

The contrast to this is when we get caught up in worldly things we may not be able to see the eternal goodness.

Rev. Celeste also references the Prodigal Son from Matthew's Parable of the Lost Son (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke+15&version=NIV). The Prodigal Son had a sense of home. And so do we. We remember Love is, that Love is reliable. We know that the Father is always available. Jehovah jireh! (https://www.biblestudytools.com/bible-study/topical-studies/jehovah-jireh-the-lord-will-provide.html)

Celeste references Dr. Zach Bush (https://zachbushmd.com/bio/) and his position on how our neglect of the Earth has caused the biodiversity to be off. Dr. Bush predicted that Wuhan, China would be the starting point of the next pandemic one year before it was. He posits that viruses are always around and we may have them in our bodies, but we may not get sick from them. Rev. Celeste uses this as an illustration that we are one with all of Life.

Our inactivity during the quarantine produced cleaner air and is evidence that we have been messing up the biodiversity with our chemicals and obsessive interference with nature's processes. Our own bodies reject artificial foods and embrace and welcome the natural.

The Prodigal Son shows that we neglect Love's grace. This is when we stop taking care of ourselves.

When we see ourselves as victims and think God has left us, God is busy setting us up for our Good. We may perceive that jobs have been lost, but God is rescuing us all the time. Healing is being called for now. Faith is reconnecting with Source. It is everywhere we are. (https://www.thedailybeast.com/trump-goes-to-golf-club-not-church-after-demanding-houses-of-worship-open) Whither shall I go from thy spirit? (Psalm 139:7).

Celeste gives thanks to David Ault for reminding her of the Law of Polarity. The healing can be found in the midst of the pain. This blessing is awaiting our recognition of it.

A new age is imminent. Daddy's got this! That's eternal love. Real talk.

The "Sacred Heart Ascends" is from Celeste's book: "In Spirit In Love" - available on Amazon.



 

Support the show (http://paypal.me/rev107)

Show Notes

In homage to fathers, Rev. Celeste references the scripture "the light of the world" (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5:14&version=NIV) as a starting point. She offers that we humans are the candles as expressions of the Light. We need to keep our wicks trimmed by going to Truth. We make God look Good by being the best we can be. The best way to show appreciation to God is to reveal Its nature. She uses her own father (https://legacy.suntimes.com/obituaries/chicagosuntimes/obituary.aspx?n=freddie-frazier&pid=16072872) as an example of him being proud of himself, by being proud of her.

In order to recognize how we reveal our spiritual heritage, Celeste refers to the bible verse: "Who is my mother?" (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+12:48&version=NIV) as an explanation of how to recognize those who do the will of God. And she goes on to discuss recognizing those who know God. When we recognize our True Self, we are being in harmony with Truth.

The contrast to this is when we get caught up in worldly things we may not be able to see the eternal goodness.

Rev. Celeste also references the Prodigal Son from Matthew's Parable of the Lost Son (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke+15&version=NIV). The Prodigal Son had a sense of home. And so do we. We remember Love is, that Love is reliable. We know that the Father is always available. Jehovah jireh! (https://www.biblestudytools.com/bible-study/topical-studies/jehovah-jireh-the-lord-will-provide.html)

Celeste references Dr. Zach Bush (https://zachbushmd.com/bio/) and his position on how our neglect of the Earth has caused the biodiversity to be off. Dr. Bush predicted that Wuhan, China would be the starting point of the next pandemic one year before it was. He posits that viruses are always around and we may have them in our bodies, but we may not get sick from them. Rev. Celeste uses this as an illustration that we are one with all of Life.

Our inactivity during the quarantine produced cleaner air and is evidence that we have been messing up the biodiversity with our chemicals and obsessive interference with nature's processes. Our own bodies reject artificial foods and embrace and welcome the natural.

The Prodigal Son shows that we neglect Love's grace. This is when we stop taking care of ourselves.

When we see ourselves as victims and think God has left us, God is busy setting us up for our Good. We may perceive that jobs have been lost, but God is rescuing us all the time. Healing is being called for now. Faith is reconnecting with Source. It is everywhere we are. (https://www.thedailybeast.com/trump-goes-to-golf-club-not-church-after-demanding-houses-of-worship-open) Whither shall I go from thy spirit? (Psalm 139:7).

Celeste gives thanks to David Ault for reminding her of the Law of Polarity. The healing can be found in the midst of the pain. This blessing is awaiting our recognition of it.

A new age is imminent. Daddy's got this! That's eternal love. Real talk.

The "Sacred Heart Ascends" is from Celeste's book: "In Spirit In Love" - available on Amazon.



 

Support the show (http://paypal.me/rev107)