For years and years now, I sit down at the computer with the intention of writing down what I hear God say. Every morning I sit at the computer and wait for God to start whispering the morning's Heavenletter™. It's like I have an appointment with God. I made the appointment, and I make sure I'll be there.
So, mostly when I Godwrite™, I kind of do it on my command. The Godwriting™ doesn't instantly start from inspiration. It's more that, as I start writing, I get into it and then I feel inspired.
The point I want to make is that almost always I am making the choice to Godwrite. I initiate it. In a way, it's like I say to God, "I'm ready now. You can begin."
The other morning, we had a severe electrical storm. I unplugged the computer and told myself I would sit down and write the Heavenletter later when the storm was over. In effect, I was telling God: "Let's wait for later when the storm is over and I can turn the computer back on."
But then, what I loved was that God seemed to assert Himself and said firmly: "Not later. Now." I felt compelled to get a notebook and start writing with a pen. How happily I found pen and paper. How good it was to feel the initial push from God to start Godwriting.
Instead of typing, I wrote down the Heavenletter by hand, and then later I typed up what I had written down by hand. It will be a while before that Heavenletter is sent out.
Then I realized how the last words of that Heavenletter kind of described the feeling I had when God made me sit down and write the Heavenletter right then:
Accept that you are a Divine Being. Even as you fuss with the relative aspects of your very human life, accept that you are a Divine Being.