The Divine Father from Edward Hayes
“The older I get the smarter my father was” is a saying I heard many years ago. I find it humorous because it captures my discounting my father’s wisdom at an earlier age. From a spiritual level this statement is perhaps more valuable. In Unity we see the Divine Father as being the source of understanding, illumination and wisdom. The Divine Father is that in our consciousness where ideas are created for the mind to act upon and make manifest. The Divine Father is where our intuition, intellect and imagination arise. Through the Divine Father, we connect to the source and power of our creativity. Charles Fillmore states, “The creation and guidance of imagination (the Divine Father) leads one to bring nothing but good because under the law of thought combined with substance each thought will sooner or later come into the expression of good.”
As we spend Father’s Day honoring the fathers that have guided us, let us use the awareness of the Divine Father in us to create right thinking and manifest our highest good.