“The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” Psalm 27:1
This month the Spiritual Attribute or Power we are emphasizing is strength. It is also Black History Month – honoring, acknowledging, and celebrating the lives and contributions of our black brothers and sisters who helped build this nation.
Our Spiritual power of strength is defined as our power of stability, of courage, of perseverance, persistence, and stamina. All characteristics exemplified by the enslaved Africans and many African Americans who fought, and are still fighting for full equality in this country. Their stories are our stories, their ancestors, our ancestors, and until we recognize and acknowledge this, we will never be the nation we are meant to be. Nor will we be the humans we are meant to be – living from our divinity that knows we are all One in the One Source, God.
I invite you to engage in the stories, to learn Black History, for it is all of our history. To be inspired by the strength of their faith exemplified. And then share what you have learned and live from the spiritual power of your own strength to make this a world that works for all!
Love, Light, & Sparkles,