Brews of coffee and a multitude of drinks loaded with caffeine intended to boost the energy level of its consumer, proliferate the marketplace these days. As most every consumer knows, the surge felt from the drink is temporary, and leaves one back where they started from, or wanting more. If one is convinced they need caffeine to keep running, the attachment can become addictive.
But there’s another way!
Spirit is the source of energy that does not fail.
Spiritual energy is not temporary. It’s permanent. It sticks. It remains.
One can work all day on the energy of Spirit, and not lose his inspiration, joy and motivation.
One can work a long hard day on the energy of Spirit, and lie down at night in a peaceful state of mind that is ready to wake in the morning filled with vim and vigor and ready to go for another productive, energy filled day.
The energies of Spirit last, they endure, they are forever present to sustain us and keep us going at 100%.
The divine energy does not come from a power drink or a jolt of caffeine. It’s spiritual. It comes from within, from God, and is received through spiritual sense.
So start your day well. Spend some quiet time with God. Open those spiritual senses of yours to God’s presence, and let the divine energy flow into your consciousness and give you the inspiration, motivation, energy and strength you need to flourish.
Take a large drink from the fountain of Spirit and stay energized with the kind of metaphysical clarity that brings a genuinely good effect into your life for the long term.
Stay inspired with spiritual truth.
Mary Baker Eddy wrote,
“We have strength in proportion to our apprehension of the truth…. A cup of coffee or tea is not the equal of truth, whether for the inspiration of a sermon or for the support of bodily endurance”
Science and Health, p. 80.
“Let us feel the divine energy of Spirit, bringing us into newness of life and recognizing no mortal nor material power as able to destroy. Let us rejoice that we are subject to the divine “powers that be.” Such is the true Science of being” Science and Health, p. 249.
“Obedience to Truth gives man power and strength” Science and Health, p. 183.