Stewardship of the Spirit

“Our aim is to inspire and educate and relate to each other in
the quest for peace on Earth.”

Stewardship of the Spirit


In today’s edition of “The Spirit”, we will continue to give thanks and

praise.  We are enjoying the day and all the fruits that it bears.  We

only serve the Spirit by enjoying the fruits and managing our stewardship

of those fruits and the seeds they produce.

It is all quite simple but we tend to let outside influences cloud our

judgement.  A simple seed is all it takes to grow a flourishing crop.

If you wish to harvest a decent crop you must nourish and tend the crop

until it’s fruition.

With the Spirit as your guide and power you can accomplish your own

dreams.  We all want to achieve our goals or dreams.  That is why we

need the Spirit.  The Spirit will help us stay focused.

So today while you’re daydreaming of more pleasant matters, allow the

Spirit to fill your heart and help you to realize those dreams.  As

long as your dreams include helping others before yourself, you will


“Believe to receive, visualize to realize.”


Have a great and prosperous day!


PS:  Need inspiration, check out previous posts.

PPS: Want to help promote “The Spirit” by sharing this post with your

friends and family?  Feel free to tell them about this site and it’s

benefits and how supporting such a worthy cause is for the benefit of



One Response to “Stewardship of the Spirit”

  1. raacy4gemsv Says:

    As the steward of this blog I strive to please the masses. I advocate all who welcome and acknowledge the Spirit that guides and leads us onward.

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