Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money: come ye, buy and eat: yea come, buy wine and milk without money and without price. 

Isaiah 55:1

In the realm of Mind there are no Limitations save those which are self-imposed.  In our everyday living we seem bound by time, space and money.  Often our health limits our living freely, or our hurts and pride keep us from pleasant experiences.  Isaiah, like other Biblical Teachers, reveals to us the freedom of the Spirit.  He tells us that there is a way of living mentally where we are unbound, unfettered, and free.  This is the same teaching which Jesus gave us in his concept of the Kingdom of heaven as being possible here on earth for those who will think rightly and aspire greatly.  Freedom begins and ends in our consciousness.  As we turn in thought to the unlimited possibilities of what we are in God, we begin to be free from the limitations of matter and material laws.  This must be done mentally, and we who love God do it and prove that freedom is a reality.

I have faith that I am a citizen of the Kingdom of God on earth.  This Kingdom is one of perfect Mind, and all Its perfect Ideas now function in me, delivering me to greater good and greater service to my fellowman.  I am free to select the good, the right and the true, and I do this joyously for my own Christ Self urges me now to do just that.  There is nothing to bind me, limit me or make me afraid.  God is the only real Presence and the only real Power, and I am the living representative of God.  I freely express all that God is, and I love to do it.  I am free, praise God, I am free.  I know the Truth, and I have been set free to live wisely, lovingly and justly.  

Taken from “365 Days of Richer Living” by Ernest Holmes and Raymond Charles Barker

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