It was quite surreal.
I was sitting at a round wooden table in a busy coffee shop having a nice conversation. With God. He looked a lot like I thought He would look like, sort of an older version of the images of Jesus I’ve seen all my life. Same eyes.
Surprisingly, no one else in the coffee shop knew who He was. Oblivious, they were simply going about their collective days, too busy to notice perhaps?
Or, maybe He was there just for me.
At some point during our brief time together, I worked up the courage to ask Him an important question. An important question I’d been seeking answers to for most of my life.
“Am I worthy to receive the abundance of blessings of the Universe, to become all I have been created to become?”
God paused, put down His coffee, and looked me square in the eyes.
“Have I ever told you that you’re not?”
And with that, God stood up, and with a wink and a smile left me alone to reflect upon His answer.
It was quite the dream, but the message was anything but.
God has never told me I’m not worthy. He’s has never told anyone that they aren’t worthy. Yet somehow life has a way to often create a disconnect between who we are and who we think we are. And who we think we are is often much less than God’s intention behind our creation.
Sometimes we just need to be reminded of our worth, of our value, of our significance, of our birthright to allow and receive the blessings inherent with our own creation.
To allow ourselves to become what we’ve each individually been created to become.
Unless God tells you otherwise.
And He won’t.