These are our review ideas for today:
 “I am entitled to miracles.”
I am entitled to miracles because I am under no laws but God’s. His
laws release me from all grievances, and replace them with miracles.
And I would accept the miracles in place of the grievances, which
are but illusions that hide the miracles beyond. Now I would accept
only what the laws of God entitle me to have, that I may use it on
behalf of the function He has given me.
You might use these suggestions for specific applications of
“Behind this is a miracle to which I am entitled.”
“Let me not hold a grievance against you [name],
but offer you the miracle that belongs to you instead.”
“Seen truly, this offers me a miracle.”
“Let miracles replace all grievances.”
By this idea do I unite my will with the Holy Spirit’s, and perceive
them as one. By this idea do I accept my release from hell. By this
idea do I express my willingness to have all my illusions be replaced
with truth, according to God’s plan for my salvation. I would make
no exceptions and no substitutes. I want all of Heaven and only
Heaven, as God wills me to have.
Useful specific forms for applying this idea would be:
“I would not hold this grievance apart from my salvation.”
“Let our grievances be replaced by miracles, [name].”
“Beyond this is the miracle by which all my grievances are replaced.”
(77) I am entitled to miracles.
(78) Let miracles replace all grievances.