(v 9 - 13) Love your Self. In loving your Self, you love your brother, for we are one. Be patient with yourself. In your patience with you, you find patience in Me, for we are one. Honor your brother. In honoring him, you honor Me, for we are one. Give your willingness and trust continuously to Me. In giving your willingness to Me, you give it to the truth that is you and your brother, for we are one.
(v 14 - 16) Enjoy your illusion as a gift to yourself, and hold your brother in your heart as you. But give willingness to see beyond the gift to the Giver of the gift, and you give willingness to know and remember you.
(v 17 - 21) This is the awareness you are to keep as an expression of your willingness to remember with Me:
The part you know is but a part of a whole that is the truth of what you are. The parts you see are but a part of the wholeness of Love that is Me. To love your brother is to love your truth. To care for him is to open your heart to the whole. And when the heart is open, wholeness is welcomed in. And in its welcoming, its truth is remembered.
Blessings to you as you move in the world in willingness, for that is but a symbol of the opening of the mind. An open mind is not closed, so the Light that is fullness of truth may be realized.
NTI Romans, Chapter 13
(v 1 - 5) You are not in the world. I have told you this already. But you do experience the world, because you designed the world as an experience.
The world is an image in the mind, or better said, a picture-thought within the thought of spirit. It is an experience, because it was designed as an experience, but it is not your reality. It is within you. Everything that seems to be true about the world is a part of the experience you deemed to have. In this way, none of it is to be rejected. For to reject an experience that you asked to have is to deny that you are the designer of the experience. This is to deny your truth.
(v 6, 7) This is how you are to look at the world: As an experience that you set up for your learning.
Live through the experience observing what it is, and you will see what you came to learn. You will see that the truth is perfect and your true desire is your Home. Your thought was just an idea. And you will easily relinquish the idea for the truth. And you will be grateful that the truth is always true.
(v 8 - 10) This is how you are to "live" your experience: Remembering that it isn't true.
But remember that it is an experience chosen for learning, and let your brother live his experience as he chooses. Forget not his truth. Be grateful for it. Love his truth, which is also you. But grant him his experience, and love him for that as well. I-le is learning what you have come here to learn.
(v 11 - 14) Look on the world and remember what you have learned, even as the experience seems to continue. Remember your place, which is to accept your lesson now, and be grateful that you see as you see. You can stay in the world at the end of your learning to show your brothers what you've learned, but you are teaching no one except yourself and taking time to accept what you know. When you have learned the lesson, you will let go of illusion, because you will have no need for it anymore. Until then, remember:
Everything you do, you do for yourself
And then learn what you have come to learn. It is your lesson, designed and given for you.
NTI Romans, Chapter 14
(v 1- 4) Judgment is the tool of illusion, and judgment was first used against an idea and against yourself. From that, judgment seemed to spread with illusion, but since all illusion is within the mind, judgment could not spread anyplace else. Whenever you seem to judge anything, any situation or any person that seems external to yourself, you are judging an illusion of thoughts and ideas within the mind. Therefore, you are continually judging yourself.
Since judgment is the building block of illusion, applying false meaning and making illusion real, judgment of yourself does this to you: It hides your truth and presents an illusion of you that isn't true. Each time you seem to judge someone or something, you are judging thoughts in your mind, thereby judging yourself. In believing your judgments, you believe you are what you are not. This is how your illusory self is made and upheld. To know your Self, which is your true desire, you must lay judgment aside. Remember that everything you experience, every person, every place and circumstance, is a thought within the mind of you. And each judgment keeps the veil of illusion alive, which hides You from you.
(v 5 - 8) Also remember that nothing is as it seems. It is within the mind of you, thought up by you, for the purpose of having an experience. In that way, the only judgment that can be applied is that it is what it is. The experience is the experience it was made to be. It is the perfect reflection of a wish. It is everything you asked to see. In this way, you may be grateful for everything you have made. You asked a question, and you have discovered the answer. In itself, the answer to the question is perfect.
(v 9 - 11) Rejoice when you look on the world, for it is the answer to the question you asked. And now you have your answer. You need not ask the question anymore. You need no longer be puzzled. You need not judge and apply meaning to the meaningless. You may put your curiosity to rest. You do not want Love different than it is, for as it is is Love, and Love is all you truly want.
(v 12) And now, you see.
(v 13 - 18) Now you may let go of your attachment to illusion. You may let go of expression of self-will. You may surrender any hidden wish to see differently. ' The answer that you asked for has been given. e grateful for the answer. Surrender to it for what it is. It is not what you want. It is only what you wanted to see. And now that you've seen it, its purpose is done.