Meditation 34
Day 34: Christ liveth my life

You have to come back to this basic truth
that since I and the Father are one,
God is my being.
You might put it this way:
God is being me.
God is being me.
God is living my life.
“I live,” says Paul,
“yet not I. Christ liveth my life.”
And you have come to that point ultimately where you say,
why I don’t have health.
I don’t have wealth.
I don’t have anything.
This is God’s life,
God’s health being me, living me.
I live yet not I, this is Christ the Son of God living my life.
Then, in a measure, you start to drop the personal sense of health and supply,
and you come to that grand finale where you say,
the earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof.
Son, all that I have is thine.
When you come to that point you have reached a place in your demonstration
where the whole world falls off your shoulders.
The Earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof.

Hoe To Heal, 1958, Joel S. Goldsmith