See no loss in Spirit

September 29, 2020 | 29 comments


The news media has been filled with reports of loss over the last several months as people have struggled from the fall out of the pandemic. Loss of health, jobs, education, hope and joy, are just a few examples.

To stay healthy and free of suffering, it’s critical to metaphysically negate any suggestion of loss whether seen close at home or further abroad!

Don’t believe in a condition you do not wish to live out yourself. God’s blessings abound and are never lost.

There is no loss with Spirit.

All true supply, health, opportunity, and joy come from Spirit and never disappear. They are forever present to enjoy and express without limit. This is a spiritual reality for every person on earth to experience.

So, for instance, when I hear reports of neighbors suffering from some type of lack, I pray to see that their supply is spiritual coming from God and present with them now to accept and experience. Christ is with them.

Instead of seeing them in a position of lack, I pray to see them in a position of abundant spiritual supply, that they have everything they need to bounce back coming directly from God to them now. They do not lack. I reject a picture of physical lack and replace it with an understanding of ever-present spiritual supply.

In these prayers, I know that whatever is spiritually true about my neighbor is true about me. We’re all included under the same roof of Truth! In this way, we can protect ourselves from being influenced by a suggestion of lack and bless our neighbor too.

There is no lack or loss with Spirit, only abounding good, health, strength, and safety. Stay in this consciousness of reality and live free of lack!

“And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work” (II Cor. 9:8, NKJV).

29 thoughts on “See no loss in Spirit”

  1. Dear Evan – thanks so much for this post … I love the phrase … same roof of Truth! ….
    With love to you and all Spiritview readers/appliers …. from a fellow citizen of the household of God (Ephesians 2:19) x

    1. Thank you EVAN & fellow readers
      The topic reminded me of MBE’s hymn “Mother’s Evening Prayer”. Especially…And mother finds her home and heav’n-
      ly rest.
      Blessings to all…

  2. Yes Evan you are so right. If we look up to God, just as the child in the picture you posted, we never lack anything at all. The pandemic can have no power and can not take away our health, our joy our jobs. God is the infinite source of Supply and nothing can stop the good that comes abundantly from this source. As Hymn No.134 says “I look to thee in every need and never look in vain. I feel thy touch eternal Love and all is well again. The thought of Thee is mightier far than sin and pain and sorrow are. Thy calmness bends serene above, my restlessness to still; around me flows Thy quickening life to nerve my faltering will; Thy presence fills my solitude; Thy providence turns all to good. Embosomed deep in Thy dear love, held in Thy law, I stand: Thy hand in all things I behold and all things in Thy hand. Thou leadest me by unsought ways, Thou turn’st my mourning into praise.”
    And as you say, if we keep our thoughts uplifted we not only bless our neighbors who are in trouble but also keep ourself safe and protected. “Step by step will those who trust in thee find that God is a refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” The important thing is we need to trust in God and His unconditional love for us. He is always in control and we are never outside of His care and protection. All power belongs to God. Lets give to God all the power and glory and stay in the consciousness of His goodness and allness. “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life and I will dwell in the house of the Lord (consciousness of GOD, good) forever.”

  3. Dear Evan,
    Just the title itself of today’s blog was a real uplift for me. It was a wonderful way to begin the day. Thank you for everything written and the comments from all

  4. One of my mother’s favorite text was Joel 2:25 “And I will restore your you the years the locust hath eaten.”
    For me this has been true as I was able to let go of outlining the outcome of restoration..
    God has infinite channels, methods and ways of blessing mankind..evil has no power to deprive me or my neighbor of our God given goodness expressed as home, family, friendships, opportunities, or our love for life.. what God gives there is no power, force or circumstance to take it away,

  5. “The roof of Truth!” Over all of us, over each of us, over me, over my family. The home below this roof is filled with abundant grace, strength for good works, innocence, purity, tenderness, clearly perceiving the allness, power, & harmony of God, good.

  6. Lovely message today. Thanks Evan. Love the thought of looking up to the roof of Truth when our feet seem stuck in the mud of materiality!
    ‘ The Lord himself goes before you, and will be with you; He will never leave you, nor forsake you. Do not be afraid, do not be discouraged.’ Deut. 31.8. Blessings to you all.❣️

  7. Hey Evan,

    Thanks for today’s blog, as always. SpiritView is such a blessing to your readers and the world. Yesterday, our lawn mower and blower were stolen from our driveway, and today I wake up to find your topic of “No loss in Spirit” Perfect. Like John Q I will resist outlining how God’s incredible outpouring of supply and Love will become evident. There is no loss! How can there be when God is all! Good things are happening all the time. We just need to lift up our vision to see.

  8. Nergish, where did you find that poem?
    Thank you for putting us under a sheltering roof of Truth, Evan.
    And all the comments that continue to give confidence for our and our neighbors supply.
    We used to call it “fan out” when the schools were closed from weather conditions. Each family would extend the message by phone to the designated other’s. In a very short while all were notified of the school closings in the early morning.
    If we all pray for our neighbor this is a kind of “fan out”. A distribution of harmony in our communities. “What blesses one, blesses all.”
    I’m grateful for supply and seeing progress all around us together under this “roof of Truth”.

  9. Thank you Evan and good morning Spirit View family! I am also thinking of those who have lost their “physical” homes due to flood, fire, or perhaps being evicted. I would like to share this this wonderful article I found on home with so many truths to pray with.


  10. Sorry. Seems the link I sent did not work. Here is the title of the article Home by George Shaw Cook Christian Science Journal August 1941

    1. Thank you for the link to the article by George Shaw Cook. It seems to me absolute Christian Science. So powerful and so comforting.

  11. I find more and more, I think of friends to share these blogs with, in addition to my own appreciative inspiration gained from them! Last night I watched the Netflix documentary A social dilemma, afterward praying with gratitude to remember the power this kind of thinking through global challenges together has to realize solutions.

  12. After a night of mental struggle,- prayerfully trying to break through a dark, futile sense of anxiousness about the world, and a sense of fear of prevailing mortal mind beliefs, this morning the loving messages from Evan and this gathering of enlightened thinkers have so lifted my thought,- penetrating the veil of darkness with light! I feel so embraced by this SV family. Now I can bring to my prayers for the world the unction of Divine Love! With the deepest gratitude I thank you all.

  13. “I pray to see that their supply is spiritual coming from God and present with them now to accept and experience.” Do you pray for them specifically or for the error of lack? Is praying for a specific person without their permission malpractice?

    1. Praying to keep our own thoughts on what’s Real: perfect God, perfect man aligns with divine Love.
      -so we don’t pray for a specific person unless requested, but keeping our thought on Oneness with God would have an overall healing effect.

  14. Wonderful! I have been reading about how families have been able to get out and travel in RVs and visit the National Parks all over the United States. Many people are working remotely now and children are learning remotely or are being homeschooled. How wonderful to take this opportunity to get out and travel together as a family! No lack for ourselves or our neighbors! 🙂

  15. “All is under the control of the one Mind” (This week’s Bible lesson, Section 3, Science and Health.) ALL covers everything – leaving absolutely nothing out!
    My concept of home has changed. I am currently in a Christian Science nursing faciity. The focus of our annual meeting last week was “We are Family” and I am blessed to be with such a loving family. Home, heaven is within me, so I can never be seperated from home nor can anyone else.


  16. One of my mother’s favorite text was Joel 2:25 “. Evan, thank you for the wise text and the beautiful individual sendings of gratitude. It is a mountain of Turth that make the restoring so easily performed by our Holy Father Mother God. Always love and gratitude.

  17. I have two citations posted in my kitchen that I refer to quite often:
    “God is, this ain’t and that’s that!” or it could be “God is, this isn’t and that’s that!” – a
    softer version. I usually perfer the first one, as it seemly has more power behind it to shut mortal mind up!

    The other citation is attributed to Jack Hubbell, C.S.B.:
    “If you fear something, it’s a sure sign it doesn’t exist because it is not of God.
    If the condition isn’t good, it’s not of God; if not of God, it isn’t true.
    If not true, it’s powerless. Security is not so much a matter of where you are
    or what you are doing, as it is what you are and what you are thinking.”

    These truths help to give me confidence that God, good, is All-in-all – the only power and presence and are very helpful in denying error and putting and keeping God at the front and center of my thoughts As always, thank you, Spirit man, Evan, for your inspired thoughts and all who contribute. Have a Blessed and Happy Day everyone!

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