ACIM Lesson 240 notes.

Fear is not justified in any form.


“Let us not be deceived today. We are the Sons (Children) of God.”

Fear is not justified, but it comes. We can know certain troubling experience will come into our lives. We can have the tools to handle them. We can do our lessons to reinforce God’s support in lives. But still we fear.

I think it takes the growth of trust in God. I continue to spend time with the description of trust in the Manual for Teachers:

“The teachers of God have trust in the world, because they have learned it is not governed by the laws the world made up. It is governed by a power that is in them but not of them.” ~ M.4.I.1,4-5

Dear Lord, I request this trust.

“Fear – in you or anyone – is a call home to Love.” ~ Hollie Holden


“Fear is deception. It attests that you have seen yourself as you could never be, and therefore look upon a world which is impossible. Not one thing in this world is true. It does not matter what the form in which it may appear. It witnesses but to your own illusions of yourself.”

So there is never a good reason to be fearful?

Ok, so were all eternal beings so we shouldn’t fear death for ourselves or our loved ones. But I still have compassion for the body. Its a blessing as a sacred gift from life; it has its own intelligence, it feels [But it is a tool to serve and then return to the planet.]

Such a wonderful gift, I love and appreciate it. We fear losing what we love. If I love something of the physical realm, how to resolve fear of its loss?

[What can you love that cannot be returned to you? Your body? The DNA blueprint is of your light. Your pets, flowers, trees are of spirit so can always come to you.]

What about my home or other place? Fear of loosing a moment in time when place and people are perfect.

[Love is always Love; you fear the loss of the feeling which you can always choose to feel again in any new moment.] <3

Thank you so much for helping with this.

[] indicate answers from HS – Holy Spirit or Higher Self.

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