Prayer Chaplain Corner

Prayer Chaplain Corner                                                                                                                             

Greetings from your Prayer Chaplain Team.


As always, I want to share with all of you how grateful I am to be a prayer chaplain. You see me renewing my commitment year after year. I do this because my life has changed and transformed in ways that defy my comprehension. The work I do to pay my bills is one of service to my community as is my commitment to you.

I've chosen to go through unity's five principles in my rotation as a prayer chaplain. In my last Prayer Chaplains Corner, I talked about the first principle, which is, “God is absolute good, everywhere present". The second principle is "human beings, have a spark of divinity within them, the Christ spirit within. They're very essence is of God, and therefore, they are also inherently good."

The following are comments or affirmations, given by unity ministers, who speak about the second principal.

The divinity dwells within me. Every time I come across another person, I say, the divinity dwells in you. We are all in the same process of the ceiling, the divine mandate, to allow our our light to shine we may or may not be aware of this, but our soul knows this is our true purpose.

We, you and I, are not created, being separated by God, but by our sinful nature, but inherently, we are whole, and holy were the children of the divine. We have the power to create a happier and more content life in the ability to help others through our spiritual awareness.

I expressed God with each thought I think, each word I speak, and each action I take. God and I are one.

One last thought for me. I can't begin to express the effects of being a prayer chaplain has had on my life. It is transformed me in so many ways. All of these ways I have changed are beyond my comprehension. I share this with you in hopes that it will make a spark in you to be transformed yourselves. Please join me and be a Prayer Chaplain. We need each and everyone of you.

 Namaste. Mark Laverents
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