What is man, that thou art mindful of him?  And the son of man, that thou visiteth him?  For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast crowned him with glory and honor.  Psalm 8:4,5

There seems to be strange quirks in the human mind.  It has the ability to remember so much that is not good, and to remember so little that is good.  Whenever we look to the past, we almost always remember the great hurts, and fail to recall the great joys and blessings we have once experienced.  Memory, in its true spiritual sense, is the capacity to remember our origin in God and the steady unfoldment of our nature through experience.  It is the ability to know again that we are created by an Infinite Mind and prospered in all our ways by an Infinite Love.  It reminds us of our divine destiny to overcome all evil, and to abide in all that is true and good.  As we do this, all fear is removed from our thought, for there is an inner uprising of faith in ourselves and in our fellowmen.  The Mind that created us sustains us, unfolds our good before us, and leads us in pleasant ways.

Today, there is nothing to fear, for I remember that I am a spiritual being, and nothing can touch me, save that which is good.  No material belief or situation has power over me, for “He that sent me is with me.”  My own divine nature repels and destroys the untruths of negation.  They never have been a part of the real Self which I am.  I have faith in only that which is of good report.  I love God and believe in God.  I recognize the divine idea which I am in the Father’s Mind.  I am the creation of perfect God and I fear nothing, for God is all.

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