As Lightworkers, we live our Lightworkers Creed. Our purpose is to serve others, to contribute our hearts to the world, and to raise consciousness. How are you practicing being of service? What energies do you bring into this world? What are you already being in your personal life that you love?
Rev. David-Michael Searcy
We are the risen Christ, and we are ready to shake the world and help the human family to Believe again, because it starts within. We don’t have to wait for destiny; we should be the change that we want to see. ***This is an Easter Sunrise service in Coosawatee River Resort.
This is a time to tell our loved ones and friends with whom we may not agree that we love them. It is a time to practice Jesus’s commandments to love God and your neighbor and to practice Buddha’s compassion for all human beings regardless of religion, race, gender, creed, or sexual creation.
Do you know where you’re going? We pray that there will be no more lives torn apart and that wars would never start and that time would heal all hearts. We pray also that, at the end, right will always win and that love will never end.
Death is followed by rebirth; The end of the old year is followed by the beginning of the new year; Light is born out of darkness, they are inseparable, necessary; Seeds now hidden in the earth will germinate and grow. Look for the seeds in yourself!
We are one with Divinity, and we call upon the name of our Higher selves and that name that we have attached to the One, to keep our eyes above the waves. When the oceans rise, our lives will rest in the embrace of Goddess/God.
When we step into our Christ Consciousness, which is our Higher Selves, we can move the mountains in our lives and in the lives of others. It is through our faith, love, and our deeper knowing that our Love will always triumph over all.
Our Easter message is the reawakening and the rolling away of the stone of self-deception and raising our spiritual consciousness of the I AM in all of us. In the translated words of the poet Rumi: “Nothing Happens without the I Am.” This service is at the Woehr residence. Brunch follows.
From the inspiration of Rumi, this is the time for us to be alert and full of compassion. This is the time where we must ask for what we really want because the door is round and open, and we must consciously be in our knowing and not go back to sleep!
What does this ancient holiday mean to us today? This is an important time for us to get in touch with whatever nourishes our souls. Have you left your interest behind to focus on your career, monetary gain, or your daily life routines? This is a Youth Sunday and our Potluck.