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Angels on Your Shoulder

JesusJesus never wanted to be a savior. He wanted to show each of us how to live, love and act as he did. A sin in archery refers to missing the mark. Every time we do anything but love, every time we judge we definitely miss the mark. Jesus taught about love and acceptance. He beseeched his followers to stop judging, to embrace all people. The concept of original sin was added to the bible centuries after the death of Jesus.

You weren’t born in sin you were born of God, you are prefect. At the core of your being you are one with God, you are one with that unconditionally loving energy of creation. Jesus said the kingdom of God lives within each of us. If you were to sit at the feet of Jesus he would be appalled at many of our beliefs and our numerous judgments.

 

He didn’t die for your sins, he died because of judgment. The judgment of some people sent him to his death. Yet have we stopped judging?

Jesus was an awesome teacher. He taught about love. He tried to teach people to see the world through the eyes of love. Angels are considered God’s messengers and their message is one of love.

Save yourself from the pain and limited thinking judgment causes. Learn to think like Jesus. See the world through the eyes of love. Every time you feel yourself judging something make a different choice. Love instead. Love is your savior. Love will set you free.

The questions we ask ourselves dictate the quality of our life.

Asking yourself:

How can I see this through the eyes of love?
What would love do?
What is the most loving thought I can have right now?

Asking and answering those questions for yourself on a regular basis will make a big difference in your life. Become an angel in your own life and just love.

With love and aloha,
Susan

Angels are everywhere just open your mind and your heart to the signs.

Make Angels on Your Shoulder part of your daily routine and share it with a friend!

Call in the angels into your home

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