Rob’s message is about the power of asking God (Rob uses the name “LIA” – Love in Action) for all things and expressing gratitude, in advance, knowing that God wants what we want of something even better.
We can find peace and well being when we accept that we do not know what we cannot know, and anchor our consciousness into what we do know.
Our beliefs will likely shift and change throughout our lives, but faith is primary and need not be shaken by new understandings of ourselves and our world.
Allow God to be God and embrace the Mystery.
Using the Biblical story of the healing of the blind man by Christ and the healing achieved by Myrtle Fillmore, Rob discusses the steps we can take to that can lead to our own healing.
We tend to be afraid of change, but engaging in that fear will hold us back from experiencing the joy and abundance God desires for us.
We can release memories of the past knowing that God’s will of good is paramount to all other concerns.
Grace, God’s will of good for us, is always available to us without condition.
Advent calls us to allow faith to be the cornerstone of our lives, enabling us to build upon its strong foundation.
The second level of gratitude is the most challenging and, ultimately, the most rewarding.