Heater Dust

You know when you turn your heater on for the first time each winter? When it smells? When all the dust from the previous months has to burn off before the smell goes away?

It’s kind of like what happens inside of us when we decide to turn the heat up on an issue that we’d like to correct in ourselves. We identify the issue, then we turn up the heat – focus some light on it – examine it – stir the coals – stir up our thinking to see it differently – see it from a higher perspective. We need to burn off the dust in our character or our thinking!
We need to burn off or purify the part of our thinking where we’re identifying ourselves with the Adam-man – man made of the dust of the ground – not made in the image and likeness of God. And when the dust is burned off (the dust of Adam is burned out of our thinking), we’re left with a clean-burning heater (we see ourselves the way God made us – perfect) and that warms our house.

About TayTruth

I love Truth. I've always loved Truth, God. The goal here, is to express Truth in the most accurate, authentic way possible. This blog is a work in progress. The expression of Truth grows more absolute in proportion to one's understanding. The understanding of Truth expressed here has been shaped mainly by a life-long study of the Bible and the works of Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science. But, as a seeker of Truth, any representation of the Truth that enlightens understanding has been welcome, and there are far too many to enumerate. Gratitude is the order of the day, when thinking of all who have spoken the Truth in whatever form.
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1 Response to Heater Dust

  1. Dylan says:

    Thanks for a greaat read

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