David Christopher Lewis Discourse (overshined by El Morya)
July 13, 2017 9:10–9:28 am MDT
Script Your Day for God
I announced that the soul of Ketino Luditz from Russia passed on recently. She was in a terrible accident. I met Ketino in 2002 at the ranch. It's a travesty that this happened, yet I guess God allowed it to happen. And whether it's karma or dharma, Ketino has made her transition.
Also, I believe it was on June 10, Lois Bjork, our beloved heartfriend, made her transition. Here is a picture of beloved Lois, whom many of you knew. She was about ninety, and she made her ascension on June 20—ten days after she made her transition—having balanced 87 percent of her karma. This is El Morya's announcement about our beloved Lois Bjork. Hopefully we can celebrate her life in the next couple months. So I hope that we can do a little bit of research and that those who may have known her a little more deeply or personally can share insights on her.
Today El Morya would like to talk about scripting our day for God. Scripting our day for God—what does this mean? Well, many of us have to-do lists, and we have lots of projects and initiatives, and these become very physical. We fill our days with meetings and all kinds of things that we do, especially here in the West, because we're doers.
Do we script within our day time with God? Obviously, many of us do because we participate in the morning broadcasts. Yet even when we do this, there are other elements of our day that we can consider scripting so that we have God front and center and foremost in our lives. We know that study is important, and this is why we listen to the masters' teachings, listen to their HeartStreams, study them. We know that devotion to God is important, and this is why we pray, why we meditate and why we simply sing and give our adoration and devotion to God.
Scripting our day for God may even go beyond these, whereby we hold our Creator, our Divine Source, our great Beloved, even the I AM THAT I AM, our own Higher Self—our I AM God Presence, our Solar Presence—front and center so that we are in a state of eternal remembrance of the great Beloved; and we script, through our to-do list, little things that we can do throughout the day to re-attune and commune with God.
So between your lists of this meeting or that project or going here and going there, if you have a lined to-do list, put a line in there that says “My quiet time with God.” And you can include things like “I will write a poem to God,” “I will write a letter to God,” “I will think of God,” “I will see God within others consciously,” or “I will attend to the details that God has invested within what I know to be my divine plan and my mission,” because you know that when you fulfill God's mission and God's will in your life, it will, of course, make God happy—not that God isn't happy eternally, yet when we are in the mode of being who we truly are, there is a levity and a light that glows through us and around us that's stupendous. And so, in a sense, I think we do make God happy.
Scripting our day for God means that we are attentive to the inner voice. And so we may assess in tiny little moments here and there throughout the day: Am I on track today? Am I in my highest mode of expression? Am I being the person who I know God intended for me to be in this lifetime and in this moment? Am I manifesting my reality? Am I expressing my divinity? Am I giving my talents and gifts in the most creative and powerful way? This self-assessment, taking tiny little moments throughout the day to revisit our relationship with God and to be attentive to that inner voice, is really important.
When we consecrate anything that we do to God, it is hallowed, sanctified. And so whatever we are involved and invested in, ask God to bless it, to sanctify it, to hallow it by the eternal Presence of the One Light; because when it is dedicated and consecrated to a holy cause, there is an aura of the grace of heaven around the entire project and all who then come into contact with us as we are working on it. And the blessings of the Holy Spirit ensue. We are raised up and little synchronicities occur. Beautiful miracles—sometimes simple ones and sometimes great ones—seem to just happen. It's all because we have purposed ourselves to script our day for God in the little ways that are very meaningful and powerful.
To script our day for God means that we, in effect, are a scribe for God. And we ascribe ourselves to this holy cause of God hour after hour, moment after moment by being willing to write in the sands of time what is worthy of being recorded upon akasha. So when we script our day for God, we are consciously saying: “I desire and I choose that what I write upon the akashic record today will be worthy of who I am, will not have to be erased later with the violet light. And I am choosing to be conscious, aware, awake and in an enlightened spirit so that what I do inscribe within my world for God will be my best, my highest, my brightest, my most beautiful.”
When we script our day for God, God can use us as a scribe for him/her. And so God may reveal secrets, wisdom, truth to our hearts, through our hearts, in our heart-mind connection that will be inspirational for both ourselves and others. A scribe is one who writes down what a mentor or a teacher or someone of authority speaks and desires them, as a secretary or a scribe, to record. So if, through what we script for God, we are recording the verities of heaven and the blessings and boons and graces that heaven is constantly offering and affording us, then that witness, through our words that we inscribe, that we record, becomes amazing. And they are able, in effect, to change lives, transform people.
Now, first we have to be changed, transformed and transmuted, so this process is ongoing day after day. We have to be cleared, cleaned, cleansed. If we allow God to clear us, in God's way, then what we write is clear. It will not be muddied or sullied by the inks of the dark ones. Our work will be legible, beautiful and calligraphed with our creativity and the embellishments of our spirit.
To script our day for God allows us to be in a divine relationship that is serene and also at times serious, yet not too serious. A scribe is someone who takes his or her work seriously in terms of the accuracy of the conveyance of the truth, the wisdom, the message. Yet while the beautiful teaching and the sharing is being transferred to paper or to akasha, there is also that levity that comes as we are raised up through those words that are spoken unto us by the Logos, the living Christ, by God.
Scripting our day for God becomes easier and easier when it is a daily affair, because we have processed a lot, mastered certain things, become more adept at the nuances of life and the initiations on the path. And when we have been utilized by the Divine One as a scribe, we become used to that voice; we can hear it more clearly. We get used to the details of what God is conveying through our own conscience and the inner voice. And the more we listen, the more we are able to discern. The more we are reverent in that listening, through listening grace, the easier it is to pick up on all of the aspects of what is being conveyed and shared, just as a secretary working for her employer gets used to that voice and even the little idiosyncrasies of what is being dictated.
Over time, listening to God's voice becomes second nature, and we may even enter into an amazing alchemy whereby we sometimes even know what to write just a moment before the words are spoken. Many of you have had this experience, even in HeartStreams, where you knew the words that were coming because they were already released in the etheric plane and I was capturing them on behalf of the master. And those of you who are raised up in a very high level of awareness have also sometimes been able to attune to the message in a divinely visual or audible inner way. You have been, through your sensitivity, able to access that.
To script our day for God allows us to be happy in fulfilling our purpose in a dynamic way. I don't know that we can really be spiritually happy if we're not engaged in some dynamic work each day that is meaningful and effective in transforming ourselves and the Earth. If we're kind of just passing the hours and allowing things to transpire in a nonengaged way, are we really happy? Even if you're retired from a job in the world, you can still be a worker for God, an employee of God, a honeybee of God, and be busy in a spiritual way, employing all of your being and all of your heart, with your chakras whirling and swirling and your mindfulness growing, so that what you are manifesting and emanating is truly of the highest order.
I believe that we are all messengers. And what is a messenger? Someone who conveys a message for a greater one—God or a king or an employer. So if we are all messengers and we all have our gifts and talents and graces to give, the more that we offer them, the greater we are as these scribes for the Divine One, who lives, moves and has his/her being within us. So don't fear being a scribe for God and speaking the truth, witnessing to the Divine and sharing some of the important things in life with those whom the Holy Spirit inspires you to share them with; because when you share and when you allow God to speak through you, to write through you, to witness through you, you are fulfilling this office of one who scripts one's day for God in a very beautiful, harmonic and dynamic way.
So again, we pray for our beloved Ketino Luditz. Forgive me if I don't know the pronunciation of her last name in Russian. And God bless our beloved Lois Bjork, who lived in Iowa. She has a wonderful friend who is still in The Hearts Center, who's just a couple of years younger than she was and who tithes every month. And I will be reaching out to her very soon to see what we can do to coordinate a celebration of the life of our beloved Lois Bjork, who, as I announced from El Morya, ascended on June 20 of this year, about ten days after her passing, right at the solstice. And she ascended from the Queen of Light's retreat. What I remembered hearing years ago was that she was a daughter of the Queen of Light. So that's a great thing. Our beloved Lois Bjork was a daughter of the Queen of Light.
So, Cathleen, in closing today, maybe you could sing to the Queen of Light and celebrate, at least initially, this beautiful soul, our Lois Bjork. And then we'll say good-bye for today. So thank you so much. Have a wonderful day. Bye-bye.
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