Welcome to the Spiritist Society of San Diego

Stay safe! We are almost there.

Every day we have more and more friends in our community getting vaccinated. We are hopeful that soon the pandemic will be brought under control. But we are not quite there yet! Let's keep our guard up and continue all the procedures we got used to for the past year.

As you may know, all our in-person public meetings are on hold and it may take a little longer until we resume them. We'll let you know as soon as we can. In the meantime, make sure you visit our YouTube channel. For now, please join us every Sunday @ 11 AM for our Spiritual Sunday online meeting. It's streamed live on YouTube and saved for later viewing once the stream is over. Stay safe and God bless you!

Join Us Every Sunday @11AM Pacific Time

Online Live stream. After the stream is over, a recording will be available.

YouTube Channel

Richly

May the word of Christ dwell in you richly ...

Paul. (Col. 3:16)

You say you trust in the power of Christ, but if the day appears in colors that are contrary to your expectations, you demonstrate a deplorable lack of faith by your rebelliousness.

You say that you are cultivating the love that the Master has bequeathed to us, but if your neighbor has points of view that differ from yours, you show an enormous dearth of understanding by entrusting yourself to dissatisfaction and criticism.

You say that you believe the Gospel in all its simplicity and purity, but if the Lord asks you to make some sacrifice that is perfectly compatible with your capabilities, you demonstrate an uncontestable lack of cooperation, issuing challenges and asking for reparations.

You say you try to do the Will of the Heavenly Benefactor, but if your whims are not satisfied, you show a lamentable lack of patience and hope, casting your best thoughts into the swamp of disenchantment.

However, can we ever light a candle if we remain in the dark?

Can we display obedience if we praise rebelliousness?

Can we ever teach serenity if we are inclined towards desperation?

Can we proclaim the glory of love if we cultivate hatred?

The word of Christ does not ask us to progress in weakness or lamentation, as if we were wards of ignorance.

According to Paul's illuminated conceptualization, the Good News should shine forth from our lives, dwelling in our souls richly.

From the book "Living Spring" | Item 125 | from Emmanuel (spirit) psycographed by Francisco Candido Xavier