It is good to read the introduction to the review lessons again to remember what the purpose of these lessons are.
It is not necessary to cover the comments that follow each idea either literally or thoroughly in the practice periods. Try, rather, to emphasize the central point, and think about it as part of your review of the idea to which it relates.
The central point in the lessons for today is your holiness.
My holiness envelops everything I see.
My holiness blesses the world.
There is nothing my holiness cannot do.
My holiness is my salvation.
Look at these lessons for a moment. They state the truth of what you really are. They resonate with the altar of God that is in you, no matter what you do or say. You are as God created you. This you can’t change. No matter how insane your mind becomes with meaningless chatter, your holiness remains untouched. No matter how much you want to believe that there are indeed other people outside of you that are separate from you, you can remember that your holiness envelops them. No matter how you get caught up in a story, you can experience that there is nothing your holiness can’t do. Your holiness is your salvation. It is the only thing that is not a two-edged sword. It can only bless. And in remembering this, you know with full certainty:
I am blessed as a Son of God.
Herein lies my claim to all good and only good. I am blessed as a Son of God. All good things are mine, because God intended them for me. I cannot suffer any loss or deprivation or pain because of Who I am. My Father supports me, protects me, and directs me in all things. His care for me is infinite, and is with me forever. I am eternally blessed as His Son.