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« on: March 25, 2018, 01:31:17 PM »
Speaker: Thought Adjuster
Subject: Persistence
Category: Threads for New Transmissions
T/R: Michael S. Queen, Kasaan, Alaska USA  
Sunday, March 25, 2018  1730 UTC

Dear one – begin. You are correct to believe that, should such be necessary or indicated for your growth and advancement, reproach, or warning, would be imparted to you. Father is patience personified... but loafing or procrastination ill serves the one who would do His will in all things.

While yours is a journey and not a race, nevertheless your frustrations with your self are the simple and inexorable product of your own free will choices. Are you about His business, or are you not? Do your thoughts, words, and deeds, bring yourself and your fellows closer to Him? Do they create an inclusive, camaraderie of spirit and devoted service? Are you able rightly to discern the fruits of your efforts? Is your heart at peace as you proceed through your day, are you consciously and, with humility and a sense of being "right sized," connected to the Father of All… a fragment of Whom resides within you?

Your life is a day’s work… one day at a time. Is the effort you are ideating and expending laying up treasures in heaven, or are they producing elsewhere? Without excuses or apologies, look discerningly at the fruits of your labors. Do they enlarge and enhance your relationship with Him? Are you living with and wholly experiencing that peace which passes all understanding?

If not, join in prayerful contemplation with Him that you together, your hand in His, may see what decisions have led you to the place and/or state in which you find yourself. Then, start your day anew.
Dear one, few mortals – especially those upon such a world as yours – "get it" all right, the first time. It is your consistent and applied efforts that will enlarge your store of, as well as capacity for knowledge of Him, and increasingly your deeds, your fruits, will evince increasing perfection and approach to unity of perfection with Him.

Persevere – and persevere. The journey is not to the swift – rather to the persistent. Ever am I with you… and will ever lead you aright. Go now in His peace and perfect will for you. Good day.

michael s. queen
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