The First Moment You Godwrite

God said:

In terms of Godwriting, you begin to get down to Godwriting the moment you write the two words God said. This affirms your place in the scheme of things. Of course, with Godwriting, there is no scheme of things whatsoever. Nothing is planned. You are open to what comes, whether you see where it’s going or not. This is the extent to which you, as a Godwriter, go.

This is how you signal God: “Okay, God, I’m here ready with pen in hand (or computer at the ready) to jot down whatever You would like me to hear. Let’s do it.

The experience of Godwriting is simple receptiveness to come what may. I do not hold out to you that when you Godwrite that I will simply whisk you away to an amazing state of grace, as if your first stab at Godwriting will be the greatest moment in your life, and you will be writing the most exalted Godwriting known to man! There may be these moments.

Beloved, it’s better that you don’t expect to receive utterly stellar Godwriting. What comes, comes. Nothing extra special has to come. Godwriting is more like a simple treasure hunt. Be laid back when you’re Godwriting. You are not on stage. I, God, AM.

Nothing is at stake. Yes, you care. You don’t want to let Me or anyone down. Bear in mind that no one is an accomplished Godwriter besides Me! God! No one knows ahead of time what Godwriting will come forth from Me through you at a particular moment. Smile!

Godwriting isn’t your accomplishment. When it comes to Godwriting, innocence wins the day. “When you least expect it…”

Beloved, you as a Godwriter are not the Lion’s Roar Himself nor the Cat’s Meow.

Godwriting is not your doing. No matter how vast or slim you may feel your chances are at picking up God’s thoughts, you are not the director of God’s Godwriting. Naturally, you desire to hear My thoughts, and just so, so does everyone else prefer to hear My original thoughts over their own or yours or anyone else’s.

No one grades you in your experience of Godwriting. I come through you as I happen to come. If you have a great breakthrough, it arises through your innocence.

Many new Godwriters at first don’t believe they are actually Godwriting. Their internal critic tells them they definitely are not Godwiting. No one is a star Godwriter across the board. There also is no one who cannot receive My Words.

Look, Beloved, I can do whatever I want when I want. There comes a point when you draw a breath and it sneaks up on you that you hear My Breath so naturally, that hearing Me is no big deal. Sure, you write down what you hear, yet you are still you and not on Broadway.

If I, God, exist, and I do exist, then I exist within you and everyone, and I am blessed to Godwrite through you. I am well-pleased. Godwriting is an easygoing event, something like floating on the Ocean Deep. Who cannot do it?

Mostly, I take you unawares. You are, in effect, the humble pen I happen to pick up to write with. You are an instrument. You open your heart to Mine, and We let My Godwriting roll. Every time you sit down to hear My Words, it is as if for the first time.

Que sera sera, what will be will be.

"Que sera, sera,
Whatever will be, will be;
The future's not ours to see.
Que sera, sera,
What will be, will be."

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Ehehehe. This makes me feel

Ehehehe. This makes me feel like a kid all over again.

I hope you forget when I did all those things, God. They were embarrassing. Still am embarrassed of the whole ordeal. See you soon.

And. About how I ignored you after I thought I couldn't Godwrite? Definitely, definitely ignore that.

Dear Ehehehe, beloved

Dear Ehehehe, beloved Ehehehe, we aren't the ones who Godwrite. We can't take the credit for it! God Godwrites! I suppose the best we can do is to recognize that God whispers to us. God makes it clear -- and I try to make clear -- that we don't HAVE to Godwrite. It's not a strict rule or assignment. We don't pass Godwriting. We don't fail Godwriting. Godwriting is something that happens. I kinda think it means that we dare to Godwrite. We let 'er riip!

Come to think of it -- Godwriting is something like pulling open a zipper or unraveling a thread. We come upon it. It reminds me of how I used to be a little girl coming upon a Lady Slipper in Reevy's woods in Massachusetts. This was before Lady Slippers became rare. They weren't extra wonderful back then because they were rare. They were beautiful when there dozens of them back then before I even knew their name. It must have been years later before I came across their name, Lady Slipper.

Of course, who am I to say anything. I don't make little of Godwriting. It's the biggest thing that ever happened to me next to giving birth, next to teaching school, next to being present with people when Godwriting first pops into their lives.

When I Godwrite -- when I think of Godwriting, I know I am the luckiest person on earth. I am ga-ga about Godwriting.. Of course, the trick to Godwriting is to let it happen withoutpaying much attention to it when Godwriting first comes upon you.

I love talking about about Godwriting. I do and I don't initiate Godwriting. I can hardly believe that God tapped me on the shoulder. I don't imagine God would have have lassoed me by mistake, yet I also don't always quite grasp that Godwriting can can really be true. Growing up I was never thought much of. Somehow God stumbled on me and said Ho Ho!

At the same time as Godwriting expands me, I am not one of those people who are around the clock happy. I don't bubble with happiness. Too sad. Too reminiscent of the times I routinely cried myself to sleep every night.