Conduit for God Aug 17, 2020 23:27:31 GMT
Post by Susan Peabody on Aug 17, 2020 23:27:31 GMT
People always ask me how do I know I'm a conduit for God. When things pop into my head that I never learned, or thought of, or read about, I know it's from God. Sometimes he sends me an urgent message to get on one of my message boards because someone's in trouble. When someone needs help I always have the right answer because it comes from God.
To be a good conduit for God, you must surrender and change. You must let go of your bad habits and forgive yourself for the sins you have committed--as God has forgiven you. Then put your toe in the water and put aside your fear of drowning. This is you ego who is afraid of dwindling. Now, through trial and error, do what God asks you to do. It will be something that you enjoy and have a gift for. I started writing when I was ten. I started writing for God when I was 32.
For me, the price for all this is headaches. I call them my crown of thorns. It's stressful to be a conduit. But I promised to do God's will and so I'm trying to hang in there. I am learning some interesting things from what God puts in my mind to write about. It's like I'm in school and God is my teacher and I am writing down what he says. Then I share my notes with others. When I was in college, I was only an average writer because I was writing from my ego. Now everything kind of falls into place very quickly. I know it's from the Holy Spirit because it's always about love and kindness and charity. It never goes against the commandment to love one another.
I did not ask for this, I was chosen. In 1982, I surrendered to God and asked him what he wanted me to do with my life. He asked me what I liked to do and I said, "I like to write." He then said "Go write." Write about me and how I saved your life. Write about how much I love everyone. Write about my son who I sacrificed to give you a second chance. Write about the Holy Spirit and all the different forms she takes in order to comfort us.
To be a conduit, you must first surrender to God. Get down on your knees and ask with a humble heart for the best way to serve him. Then wait for a small, soft voice that tells you what God's plan is for you. Then get past your fear of change and do what you are told. As you grow closer to God, there will be some pain. This is because you are now an empath and feeling the suffering of Christ on the Cross. This is a good thing, despite the pain.
Satan, of course, will try to stop you. But as they point our in the movie the, "War Room," you must tell him to stand back and leave you alone. You are doing God's work. As a precaution, I put a cross on my door to keep him out.
Be of good cheer. Be optimistic. Be a good example of one of God's creatures. Love till it hurts, but don't forget to love yourself. Be a witness. Give your testimony. You will know joy and peace and end up in heaven. God has not told me what heaven is like except to say it is Where Love Abides. See my memoirs.
This should be enough to get started. Thank you for asking Humble Soul. See you on the "road of happy destiny." Here is my article about how God got my book published.
My Heavenly Agent