In the beginning; you! “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” (Genesis 1:1, NIV). “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” (John 1:1, NIV). Dare I say again, in the beginning; you. You have been with God and you are of God, you were amongst the creation of the heavens and the earth. This is a truly beautiful and powerful statement if you take into consideration what this means for your identity.
With so much going on in the world it is easy to get become mentally overwhelmed. It’s easy to lose sight of our spirituality. We see divided lines that separate us by religion and even within our own religions often even deeper trenches of division. We can easily forget who we are in the universe. This lack of identity is the cause of much of the negativity that is taking place in the world.
We do not have to try to understand God, we are God. It is our birthright. The angels have looked upon us with envy. We are given the keys to the kingdom, but often have forgotten how to use them. Taking hold of our birthright, waking up as Christ on earth is the ultimate in self-realization. This will also take an extraordinary amount of faith.
Faith is the power of the universe; it is the action that creates. Faith declares what exist before manifestation. “Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see,” (Hebrews 11:1, NIV). “The God who gives life to death and calls into being things that was not.” (Romans 4:17, NIV). These are powerful verses of the creating power of God; your creating power. You are only limited by your doubt.
What is then the beginning if there is no end? There is then beginning and only landmarks that light the path of eternity. You are this, and this is you. We are often blinded by the constantly growing scales of doubt and deception. It is not easy being assigned to live within these bodies; we long for our redemption. Yet as a fresh seed planted must go through the stages until death in order to be rebirthed to greater life. Hold to the faith; create a life for the benefit of others, and accept no limitations.