Re-Reading the New Age – Part 9 – ACIM

+JMJ+ Welcome to part 9 of the continuing series, Re-Reading the New Age, continuing our look at A Course In Miracles. This time I’m just going to randomly pull some quotes and then talk about them from my point of view as a Catholic. See copyright info for the text I’m using (the combined volume, 3rd Edition) in the notes and links at the end of the post. All lines set off in block-quotes are quotes whether or not there are quotation marks around them.

“The opposite of love is fear, but what is all-encompassing can have no opposite.”

A Course In Miracles, Complete and Annotated Edition, by Jesus of Nazareth, Helen Schucman and William Thetford. Page 80. Note: That’s their assertion and printing that here implies no belief in the assertion whatsoever on my own part.
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Be Not Afraid

I sat down to write a post for tonight and all I kept hearing were the words, “Be Not Afraid.” So I’m passing them on to you. Things are happening all around us right now. Don’t let it get to you. Don’t let it stop you from loving and trusting in the Lord. Don’t let it make you fearful or harsh or callous. Don’t let the sound of the wind drown out His still, small voice. Believe in Him. Stay close to His Word. Stay faithful.

You are in my prayers. You, yeah, you! If you will, please pray for me, too. Whoever you are, wherever you are, may His peace and joy fill your days and guide you in the night, no matter how dark the night may become. Remember, the storm won’t last forever and you are not alone. We’re all in this boat together. Shalom! Amen.

Image: Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee, by Ludolf Backhuysen, 1695. Wikimedia, public domain.