The Right Side

There is a story in the Gospel of John 21st chapter, about Jesus and his disciples.  The day was Easter Monday and Jesus was on Imagethe shore looking out at his disciples as they were fishing.  Jesus calls out to them and asks if they have caught any fish.  “No” they answered.  Jesus then tells them to cast their nets on the “right side” and we are told that there were more fish than the nets could hold!  

The experience and teaching here is a great one – cast your net on the right side!  What is the right side?  The side of kindness, love, affirmation, positive thought, and attuning to the positive currents in life.  If you are busy complaining and saying what is wrong all the time, you might want to look at what is right and praise it!  Get your mind, body and soul on the right side of life!  Go to the extreme of thanking your body for housing your soul and supporting your work here on earth.  Thank your soul for moving you forward.  Praise those around you who are supporting you in everyday situations. Center your thoughts on God and abundance.   

As you live on the right side of life, you will have more abundance than you can hold.

Much love and many blessings!  

Rev. Cynthia Alice Anderson (RCA)
Spiritual Leader



From the Soul

Have you checked in with your soul lately?  How are you doing?  Make sure you are spending time daily seeking God’s Imageguidance in your life.  You are being blessed each day with what you need.  Are you able to receive the gifts God is bringing your way?  Or are you rejecting them or not even noticing? 

Remember ALWAYS that God’s will for you is good.  You are being supported, even when it doesn’t look like it or feel like it.  You are on a journey of the soul.  Spend time in quiet today and this week as we prepare for the Journey of Transformation as demonstrated so perfectly by Jesus. 

Know that you are being guided and guarded by the Holy Spirit.  You are loved, you are safe and you are blessed! 

From my soul,  

Rev. Cynthia Alice Anderson (RCA)

Spiritual Leader

Falling in Love . . . again.

I have fallen in love with God, again.  Today as I look around I see God everywhere and in everything.  I am so grateful at the wayImage God is always available to me.  Anywhere.  Anytime.  God is there.

I hope you will reach out and reach in to feel God’s love and presence in your life today.

Wherever you are, God is.  As you notice and open your eyes to God, give immediate thanks and praise.
Remember that you are guided and guarded by the Holy Spirit.  You are loved, you are safe and you are blessed.

In love,

Rev. Cynthia Alice Anderson (RCA)