Rev. Kim Wilson

Rev. Kim Wilson

Rev. Kim Wilson is CMC minister #85. She was ordained Mar. 15, 2015. She teaches CMC's Tue. evening A Course of Love (ACOL) class on Zoom! She also co-facilitates CMC's Fri. 4 p.m. "Southern Spirit Sisters" meeting also on Zoom! ID: 9424 662 0530

Tuesday, 14 September 2021 05:49

Let Me Assure You One More Time

Dear Miracle Workers,

Wrap your mind around this. No matter what you think, no matter what you believe - I am on your side. I am here only to be truly helpful. I am telling you – just like A Course of Love (ACOL) is telling us - that we really are sharing one consciousness in unity. “The self-centeredness of the final stage of learning is over.” (ACOL.T4:12.20) So here! Hear this! Our condition as beings sharing the Embrace of Christ-consciousness is only known through our joining. “Realize that it is a truly new state, a state that cannot be learned, a state the awareness of which can only be revealed to you through unity and relationship....This is akin to being stranded in a foreign land with none of the ways you learned how to adapt in the past being of service to you." (ACOL.T4.12.26)

“Let me remember what my purpose is." (OrEd.Wkbk.257) My purpose does not change. My purpose is not to make sure you sit up and take nourishment. My purpose is not to please anybody. My purpose is not to make you happy. My purpose is to extend the good, the holy, and the beautiful in all affairs and in all relationships.

As Dr. Rev. Gwen Evans reminded us during the CMC Labor Day Community Voices Gathering, “What could be more holy than to use each moment of relationship in the recognition that only God’s children can truly relate one to another, and that the purpose of their relationship is to heal illusion, that the holy might be extended? and what could be more beautiful than to join together - you and we — in this moment to recognize that what is truly beautiful is the recognition that I and my father are one?” (The Way of Mastery, p.229) Our purpose is to extend the good, the beautiful and the holy as we embrace our shared unity which is limitless and all inclusive.

“Little Child, return! I am with you still. Let us create together the good, the holy and the beautiful.“ (The Way of Mastery, p.229)

(originally appeared in Miracles Weekly #304, Sep. 14 2021)

Wednesday, 16 June 2021 04:19

We're Unraveling Over Here

Dear Miracle Workers

Always wanted to be special to momma. Wanted to make her smile. Wanted her to like my friends, my interests in life. I wanted her to fawn over me and lush, on and on, about how much she loves every little thing about me. Uhhh????? Duhhhh???? I’d say somebody who wants all that specialness from another has an itsy-bitsy problem with wanting to be extra special!

A Course of Love (ACOL) states, “All the maladies of the current time as well as those of history would give way to love without the interference of all that would make special.” (ACOL.C.15.1) ALL maladies are kept around because I want to be special to momma and to make her special to me?

It wasn’t just a special love affair with me and momma. There was a special hate affair, too. She was my reason for anything going wrong in my life. A Course in Miracles (ACIM) tells us, “Be not afraid to look upon the special hate relationship, for freedom lies in looking at it.” (OrEd.Tx.16.30) Life remained miserable with striving to keep up the barrier to love I wallowed in. I looked at this hate and found freedom therein. 

I have joy today. ACIM states, “Your task is not to seek for love but merely to seek and find all of the barriers within yourself which you have built against it.”(OrEd.Tx.16.35) I found a barrier against love within this special love and special hate relationship. I look at the hate and make no attempt to hide it. The barrier is down. Today I feel a connection with momma that is beyond words and explanation. The connection feels honest, humble, and satisfying. I am feeling love. Now, why was I brow-beating my own momma with a special hate relationship???

(originally appeared in Miracles Weekly #290, Jun. 8 2021) 

Wednesday, 14 April 2021 20:58

Are You Damn Well Ready?

Dear Miracle Workers,
 
It’s like momma not wanting to get outa that chair, not wanting to come outside to hear the birds singing, to see the green grass and feel the soft breeze. She’ll be the one that says when she’s damn well ready to get outa that chair!
 
That’s kinda how I’ve been about remembering who I am. I’ll be the one who decides when I accept who I am and thus end suffering. Why would I wait? Maybe this holds a false sense of power to be the one who decides? Maybe I’m not willing to quit suffering? Maybe even though there is some pain experienced in suffering, it still is a familiar and somehow odd comfort? “My death was meant to demonstrate that the end of suffering had come, and with it, eternal life.” (ACOL-D.Day2.24)
 
During Jesus’s time on earth most were not willing to accept the end of suffering. Jesus made his choice to end suffering.“We will crucify it upon the cross of time and space, bury it, so that it need be no more, and demonstrate that new life follows the choice to end suffering.” (ACOL-D.Day2:23) Now, we are willing to accept who we are. I hear this message of love everyday on the television, at the grocery store, in almost every song on the radio. I notice we are all speaking of love for one another. I know if I am experiencing these changes, you are too! "And in your willingness for this lies also your acceptance of yourself as you were meant to be." (OrEd.Tx.18.33)
 
What is stopping me or you from accepting our true Self? From accepting the end of suffering? The only thing stopping us is our choice. Maybe it is time to damn well make that choice!
 
(originally appeared in Miracles Weekly #282, Apr. 13 2021)
Friday, 05 March 2021 23:52

The Dinner Table

Dear Miracle Workers,
 
As we sat across the dinner table I thought, “Does she have to know my name? Does she have to laugh at my jokes? Does she have to know my God?” My sister Cindy told me for years, “Momma’s not gonna change, Kim.”
 
This did not deter me! I kept trying to get Momma to change. I kept smiling, trying to get her to laugh at my jokes, call me by my name, and know that I believe God is Love. Alas, Momma is contented with the way things are. Three squares and running water is living in high cotton!
 
When I accepted the Atonement for myself, the idea became clearer to me. I need only accept the Atonement for myself. I have old thought patterns. A Course of Love talks about thought patterns. “What this means is that you are still in need of unlearning, of undoing old patterns of thought. This is atonement and it is continuous and ongoing until it is no longer needed.” (2Tr.4:15)
 
As we sit across the dinner table, my mother and I, I realize we love each other. We do not understand each other and that does not mean anything.
 
A Course in Miracles Workbook Lesson 49 states, “God’s Voice speaks to me all through the day.” The part of my mind in which truth abides is in constant communication with God whether I am aware of it or not. Dinnertime has become a time to get very still and listen to the Voice of Truth, which is calm, always at rest and wholly certain. Lesson 49 continues, “We are trying to reach your real home. We are trying to reach the place where you are truly welcome. We are trying to reach God.” (OrEd.WkBk.49.4) 
 
This is Truth.
 
(originally appeared in Miracles Weekly #282, Apr. 13 2021)

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