Current & Previous Sunday Lessons

Turning To The Ancients, October 20, 2019

From the beginning of humankind, people have desired prosperity and abundance. For the caveman, the biggest desire was for physical survival. The clan’s energy went toward finding enough food and developing a community of safety leading toward survival. In the days of the early Hebrews, things weren’t much different. Enough food was constantly in people’s minds as well as living with greater wealth. But how?

Take The Dare, October 13,2019

When you were young, did a sibling or friend ever say, “I dare you to…” then offer you a challenge that was so far out of your comfort zone that you couldn’t even consider it? Today if a friend or colleague said, “I dare you to become a powerfully abundant person in this next year,” how quickly would you say a resounding, “Yes!”? Of course you want to become magnificently abundant in every realm of life. Yet once you gave a “yes” to the dare, how quickly did doubts arise?

Waking Up Again and Again and Again September 22, 2019

There is a story about a stranger approaching The Buddha on a road and being so drawn to his radiance that he asked whether the Buddha was a celestial being or a god, a magician or a wizard, or a man. With each inquiry, the Buddha responded that he was not that. The man then asked The Buddha, “Well, my friend, then what are you?” The Buddha answered, ”I am awake.” What does it mean to be awake? To be awake means to see the world and ourselves as we really are—not individual and separate but integrated parts of the whole.

Let There Be September 8, 2019

 
What is your prayer? Is it that you experience greater love, joy, peace, and prosperity in your life? Is it for greater financial freedom or better living conditions? Are your prayers answered in the way you would like? When
we state our word, “Let there be…”, with clarity, conviction, and faith, each prayer is answered according to our desires and our highest and best. Often, though, we may feel that our prayers have not been answered.
 
We sit waiting for what we want bemoaning our misfortune. All prayer is answered all the time.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Current & Previous Sunday Lessons