The Will of God

The Will of God

The enigma of life is hidden within the will of God. When properly understood, it provides a stimulus for every worthy purpose and re-creates a passion for living that many have lost.

February 7 – Thomas More's Birthday

Excerpt El Morya on the will of GodEl Morya as Thomas More

El Morya has served in numerous embodiments as a ruler of men, monarchs and nations, becoming thereby an expert in economics and the affairs of state, in the psychology of power in the human psyche, hence in its outworking in the politics of personal and international relations.

“Through the initiations of his individual path of Christhood, this beloved Master of the Himalayas has acquired a quintessential devotion to the will of God—a virtue for which he is supremely adored and trusted by his chelas and for which he was twice canonized by the Roman Church.

“He served as chief advisor and conscience of English kings Henry II and Henry VIII in the persons of Thomas Becket and Thomas More. The twice-born Henry twice elevated him to the role of Lord Chancellor and twice martyred him for obstructing his ambitions.  The parallel of lives did not escape the authors who annotated Thomas More’s path to sainthood:

“Twice in the history of England there appears the figure of a great martyr who was also chancellor of the realm. Thomas Becket…gave his life to keep the English Church safe from royal aggression; Thomas More gave his in a vain effort to preserve it from further aggression. Each was a royal favorite who loved God more than his king. The coincidence is striking.

“More was beatified by Pope Leo XIII in 1886, along with other English martyrs, and canonized in 1935. Had he never met death for the faith he still would have been a candidate for canonization as a confessor. From first to last his life was singularly pure, lived in the spirit of his own prayer:

Give me, good Lord, a longing to be with Thee; not for the avoiding of the
calamities of this wicked world, nor so much for the avoiding of the pains of
purgatory, nor the pains of Hell neither, nor so much for the attaining of the
joys of Heaven in respect of mine own commodity, as even for a very love of Thee.

“All of this and more has qualified him preeminently to hold the office of Lord of the First Ray.

Passion for the Crystal of the Mind of God

“Just ask the Master (he thought you never would) and he’ll recite for you one of a thousand poems or chapters of a thousand books he has written—all on his passion for the crystal of the Mind of God that is His Will.

“But first he'll tell you the story of Christ in Gethsemane, of his prayer the night before his trial and crucifixion, ‘Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done.'”

“And then he'll tell you the mantra of Guru and chela on the First Ray of God's Will—”Not my will, not my will, not my will but thine be done!”—that binds their hearts in service to this one, Christ Jesus, whose life, every hour of it, is the greatest exposition of God's will there is.

How to Know the Will of God

Having so said, he, the truly humble servant of God, recites this offering which, if you will allow him, he will place as his blue rose upon the altar of your heart:

“Down through the centuries men have discussed the will of God as though it were a thing apart from the will of man, bearing no resemblance to an offering that affords the best gifts to man. Contrary to human opinion, the will of God seeks to vest man with his immortal birthright and never to deprive him of his freedom.

“The enigma of life is hidden within the will of God. When properly understood, it provides a stimulus for every worthy purpose and re-creates a passion for living that many have lost. What you call zest or sparkle, when imbued with the Holy Spirit, is no chimera but a flash of joy that ripples across the belly of the world, that sways the tallest pines and moves all things toward cosmic usefulness and cosmic purpose.

“The will of God is the flawless diamond, it is the shining of the Divine Mind, it is the rushing of the wind of the Spirit, and it is the strength and laughter of real identity.

“‘How can I know the will of God?' This is the cry of millions. Man presupposes that the divine will is hiding from him, as though it were a part of the plan for the Eternal God to play hide-and-seek with him.

“Not so! The will of God is inherent within life and merely awaits the signal of release from man's will in order to ray forth the power of dominion to the world of the individual. There is a sovereign link between the mortal will and the Immortal. In the statement of Jesus, ‘It is the Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom,' men can be aware of the eternal will as the fullest measure of eternal love.

“Release, then, your feelings of possessiveness over your own life! Surrender the mean sense of sin and rebellion, the pitiful will to self-privilege which engenders bondage. See the will of God as omnipresent and complete, the holy beat of the Sacred Heart throbbing within your own. Know and understand that surrender is not oblivion but a point of beginning and of greater joy.”

This article is an excerpt from The Lords of the Seven Rays, by Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet.

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