When you stand on the edge of pure possibility,
you can use your prayer as the impetus to fly.
an excerpt from the book God is a Brown Girl Too, where God speaks as us to us, from the kingdom within . . .
“I sing“Jesus loves me this I know” because it is Jesus whose teachings have taught many to step into their greatness. Jesus is the perfect manifestation of Spirit in creation. Jesus is the divine idea of God fully expressed as humanity. There is nothing like the blood of Jesus.
But focus less on his crucifixion and more on his resurrection.
Jesus has never stopped reminding Brown Girls everywhere that you will do “even greater things” than him (John 14:12).
Eat those words with as much joy as you would a trip to Red Lobster, and let them slither off your tongue like those hot cheese biscuits.”
Christ is not a person.
Christ is the salvation, the stature that Jesus attained to show you that God dwells in all humanity.
Paul said “Christ in you, the hope of glory” (Col. 1:27), teaching you that Spirit is your birthright.
I sing, “Jesus on the main line, tell ’em what you want.”
But Jesus does not merely teach you to ask for what you want. He commands that you do so — commands that you be in the right consciousness to receive it. Jesus is teaching you to step into the kingdom of God that is within you, and know that all else — every single detail of my good will be added to you (Matt. 6:31-33).
I sing “Yes, Jesus loves me, yes, Jesus loves me” because Jesus taught you that if you don’t have the good sense to ask in your own name, ask in his. He said that he will serve as your proxy and your healer and your friend.
But he taught you these things so that eventually you would become wise enough to touch the hem of your own garment.
There is fish and bread for you to multiply. There are oceans for you to walk.
There are dead among you who need to be raised. There are stones that need to be redeemed from accusers.
There are wellsprings of living water to drink. But I need you to stand up my daughter — in a consciousness that realizes you have whatever it takes. You will never be successful if you do not grasp the unlimited power that I am as you. I don’t care about your weave, your Gucci, your rock or the glitter of your rims — even your millions don’t matter.
Only when you awaken to your true self do you step into your greatness.
It is important for everyone to study and know the truth — especially you. Disregard those who believe that you have no right to God — for they want you to believe that you have no right to yourself.
No woman or girl should be oppressed because of those who misinterpret the truth to mean that God is male and therefore, only men are God. I am inextricably part of each one of you in the same way that a breath is part of the wind.
You, too, are the energy of life. There is no separation between all that I am and all that you are. Paul was right when he said that you live, move and have your being in God. You are my offspring (Acts 17:28).
All of you who see me in Jesus should be aware that Jesus acknowledged me in you when he said “I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you” (John 14:20). Jesus said that the “kingdom of God is within you” (Luke 17:21).
Jesus not only said I and the Father are One, he also said, “you are gods” (John 10:34).
This is called oneness.
This means that there is no separation between you and Spirit.
This means that your greatness is you waiting for you to express the Absolute Good that you are.
Feel me at the bottom of your feet.
I am stepping through divine vibrations that I am sending from the tip of your toes up your muscles and bones — through your veins and glands — to the top of your head.
I am always in your midst as your teacher, your companion and your guide.
I always direct you, move you, lead you, speak to you, create through you, act through you, dance through you, and sing through you.
I am always there, always here, always now.