I must be willing to accept God’s truth as it is, without changing it or making it be what it is.
Trying to make the truth be what it is is the ego authority problem. I am trying to tell God what God is against His will.
I must be willing to put aside what I think is true, and admit that it is false, if I am to accept the truth as God created it.
I can’t accept God’s truth and hold onto my own separate truth. They can’t both be true.
If I want God’s peace and happiness, if God is all that I want, I will have to surrender. I will need to be willing to allow God to be the way God is, without my opinion.
What I believe does not matter. I cannot establish the truth. I can only accept it, or deny it. If I want God, I will have to stop being in denial, and that means I will have to surrender the things I thought were true but which disagree with God.
I have to be willing to surrender my ego. I have to stop denying God’s truth.
I want the peace and happiness of God, therefore I am willing to put aside my own idea of what the truth is, and to open up to what God has to share with me.
Do I want my little world, or the one God Created for me? Am I willing to accept God’s Will for me? Am I willing to allow God to decide for me in every way and on every matter? Will I trust Him?
To accept the truth as God created it, to accept God’s will, to accept God’s decision, must entail that I trust Him, because I have to take His word for it. Without figuring out on my own what the truth is, I have to trust God’s answer is correct.
I want to trust God. I want to be willing to accept God’s truth. I am willing to put aside my own ego and surrender to the truth God has already created.
I want the peace of God. I accept the peace of God. Above everything else, I want peace.
I surrender and trust you God. Choose for me.
”Holy Spirit will undo all the consequences of my wrong decision if I will let Him. I choose to let Him by allowing Him to choose for God for me.”