Monthly Archives: January 2022

Sunday January 23rd, 2022 Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks! In talking with a member of our Church, she had mentioned when she has difficulty sleeping, she will look at our Website Messages and it helps.

You know, we hadn’t stopped to think of how people read what we post. We were just hoping the site would be read and folks inspired or comforted by it. The Website was a great idea and we have our Board Member, Joanna Seys to thank, for doing the mechanics of posting and keeping up the site. We personally haven’t exactly mastered any high tech or 21st century technology and that boat moves very slowly at home. (Haha)

Now…. here’s a quote for you!

“Wide acceptance of an idea is not proof of it’s validity”

Walking around for a whole day repeating it and placing situations within this quote was revealing to say the least! The one situation which kept on popping up was the concept of the kernel of truth about Spiritualism. We say, “Spiritualism is the Science, Religion and Philosophy of Continuous Life.” This is, of course the wide acceptance of Spiritualists world wide. It was uplifting to see how the proof of the validity of Spiritualism was shown. The philosophy and religion of Spiritualism has been proven by the science of Spiritualism.

It would also be good to place any ideas you have, that you have put on a shelf for future inspiration…and maybe apply that quote to see if it brings up a few nuggets to flesh out an idea you may have had. January and the newness of 2022 can bring forward many ideas for home, business, education and such. What exactly is the validity of the idea you have?

We look forward to the next 11 months to nurture new ideas, realizing the validity of those ideas gives ways to think over, ponder, and reflect. We know for sure, some of those ideas will be instrumental for enriching your life, if you choose to do so. (physically, spiritually and emotionally) Know that we think of you all and send you great thoughts, Healing and Spirit Blessings. Enjoy your Sunday! God Bless.

Sunday January 16th, 2022 Reverend(s) Glenn and Heather

Hello Folks! Now that we are half way through the month of January, we hope this finds you well, hopeful for a change with regards to Covid-19, and not too discouraged if you’ve had difficulty keeping any resolutions you may have made on New Years Eve/Day.

This message is for folks who can’t keep up the high standards they may have placed on themselves, and also those who have had 16 days of success and don’t know how long they can keep it up! We want you to take note of a system that may give you an alternative to trying, trying and trying some more.

Dr. Daniel Amen is an author who specializes in all things brain related. Knowledge is always key no matter what you attempt in life. He mentions two impulses to be mindful of.

.Anits (automatic negative thoughts)
.Monkey Brain (your brain going off “crazy”in all directions)

Since we have a tendency to do things in 3’s, the third point is our own, with inspiration from our retired family physician.

Ants….you just know what they can do to a picnic or a day at the beach or park. Small and unassuming until they are recognized way too late and are having a party at our expense.

To replace the A.N.T.S, change it. Replace the ants with positive thoughts and with a strong sense of purpose, just like you would do to them at a picnic. Get rid of them by heading them off, thinking other thoughts and make them positive. Envision them marching two by two right out of your brain! There are many positives in life you can bring forward. Don’t give into those ants. Remember you are in charge, and you are in charge of change.

Monkey Brain…..well who hasn’t had their thought process go right off the scale and you weren’t even thinking that crazy thought in the first place! Just like that, you starting thinking of something completely different and next thing you know you have Monkey Brain and you just can’t control it. The more you try, the worse it gets and you are left feeling exhausted and mad at yourself. Sooooo…what to do with Monkey Brain! Live in the moment. Bring yourself back to the present. Stop, literally and even physically! Look at where you. are, at home, in the car, having a shower, walking the dog, petting the cat, talking on the phone, watching T.V., on the cell phone or computer. Just stop where you are and bring yourself back to the present. Remember to tell those monkey’s whose brain it is and send them off.

Now, the third item we want you to mindful of will make your resolutions so much easier, and ease the guilt you may place on yourself. Remember….the good things you do….do more of them.
…the bad things you do……do less of them.

Have a great Sunday! Whatever you do and God Bless!