Beacons of Light July 2010: The Act of Faith ~ God Visits the VirtualLight Broadcast

This month the group gave us a view of ourselves from their perspective on the issue of faith. They say we have used faith and belief in general in many ways in our past, including control, deception and avoidance. But no matter how it has been used, Faith has always been a mirror for our own power. It's the reason we have so many religions on Earth. A person can search for an answer all their life and then one day someone convinces them that they hold the answer if they will just have faith. Frustrated to the point of breaking, they give in and say "OK I give up. . . I'll have faith. I Believe!" Then they have choices: They can either really let go of it or try to have 'selective faith' where they let go of it. . . sort of. In all of these states faith is a direct reflection of that person's personal powers of creation. The creations come from the person creating the space for it to happen by having faith. 

Here is an interesting pattern that is often seen. Let's say that a person really does let go and finds serenity and ease by placing their faith in something. Later they often spend much of their lives attempting to repeat that same success by seeking out other things to put their faith into. Sometimes it was a good reflection and led to a better 'steady' life style. Other times it was in disharmony and may have been difficult. Either way it is a direct mirror for you to use as you wish.

As human beings, we have a veil that effectively keeps us from remembering who we really are. It's the only way such a game could be played. Because of that blind spot we are always looking for something to reflect our power. Now the question becomes: What is the best place where we can use faith in a positive way?

Inside this channel the group told a very quick story to answer that question. They said to imagine that you were there in the studio of the VirtualLight Broadcast the day of this channel, all talking and having fun. Just then god walked down the stairs and into the room. Everyone fell silent as he casually announced he was there to check in at this important time in the history of humanity just to see if we needed anything for this next leg of our journey. Much discussion ensued and finally at the close of this very emotional channel, god started to say goodbye. He opened the door to leave the room and took a step up the stairs only to turn back for one last loving look. He said, "Don't worry, because I have faith in you." 

Big hugs




Lavinia 3rd July 2010 10:08 am

Thank you so much for this touching message!

kay 3rd July 2010 10:00 pm

Steve and Barbara, I've looked forward so much to your postings. They have just filled me up and given me such clear guidance. It's hard to say this now, particularly since the musician (Barry?) was an honored guest, but the words are more powerful alone. They don't need the musical accompaniment, which for me was distracting, so distracting that I could barely hear the words.

The point might be that yes, we're cocreators, and I need to recognize that some of my fellow travellers might like the music. Or, you're right, we don't need the messages anymore. We get what we need on our own now.

I don't know. Just wanted to say what I was feeling. Thank you for your beautiful service.

Mys. Terious 6th July 2010 2:14 pm

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blj 17th July 2010 3:27 pm

I liked the music! I honestly found the message so powerful that it really didn't matter, music or not.


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