March 17, 2015
Jay Robbins, friend and pastor of the Douglasville, GA Center for Spiritual Living, left this life to enter another about a week ago. He made his transition from here to Heaven easily and without effort.
We know that Jay is well, with those he loved and who loved him, and is with God and all the heavenly host. All is well with Jay and with us, those who knew and loved him.
What we may not know is that Jay got to do exactly what he wanted: he wanted to be a minister to a church that he would stay with until he died. That’s exactly what happened.
Jay did the work of becoming a minister, the work of being a minister and the work of maintaining and growing a church until the day he died.
We thank Jay for a job well done, and we thank him for something greater: we thank him for showing us that it’s possible to have the life we choose.
The key to having the life we decide on is to know what that is, and then to do the work necessary to have it.
This takes courage. Most of us, when we search our heart and ask for guidance to know what it is that we really want, are surprised to discover that what we’ve been striving for isn’t even close to our true desires.
We truly need the guidance of the angels to know, to accept and then to do what is necessary to have the life style we desire.
Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
We are grateful that we know Jay is with all of you, is safe and that all is well.
We are grateful that Jay led by example; that he taught us much.
We are thankful that we realize that perhaps his greatest teaching is that we can have the life that we pick.
Angels of all of us,
We ask for guidance to know the desires of our heart. We want to know the details of the kind of life that would please our self including our heart and mind.
We ask that this answer be revealed to us in such a way that we have to recognize it. We ask this knowing that you will guide us to the highest and best.
We ask that we be gently guided to the life that is meant for us. We ask this knowing that health, prosperity, healthy relationships and using our bundle of talents, abilities and skills in such a way that we make meaningful contributions to our self, families, friends and communities is our birth right.
These qualities and circumstances are with us always, no matter where we are, or the kind of work we do. We are always prosperous, healthy, loved and loving and contributors of our talents, gifts and skills.
We ask for the courage to recognize and accept the guidance that you give us. We ask for the strength to leave that which isn’t for us.
We ask that when we leave this life and enter the next life that we can say with truth and joy, “I lived the life I desired. All is well and will continue to be so.”
And so it is.
Barbara S Lucas
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