There are a lot of people who don’t get to experience the wealth and financial success they desire because they pray in two different ways. One way is when you affirm that God is your supply, and you are divinely prospered. The second way is when just a few minutes later you deny your first prayer by saying things like,”I can’t pay this bill,” “I can’t afford this,” or something like, “I cannot ever make ends meet.” All statements like these are extremely destructive and they neutralize your positive prayers.
Remember in the prayer process to remain loyal to your goal, your objective, your purpose. It’s of utmost importance that you remain faithful to your knowledge of the spiritual power. You must stop all negative thoughts, fears, and worries. The moment these feelings come, meet them with the positive, firm, and loyal conviction: “God supplies all my needs; there is always a Divine surplus in my life.”
“Prayer is like a captain directing the course of his ship. You must have a destination. You must know where you are going. (The captain of the ship, knowing the laws of navigation, regulates his course accordingly.) If the ship is turned from its course by storms or unruly waves, he calmly redirects it along its true course.
You are the captain on the bridge, and you are giving the orders in the way of thoughts, feelings, opinions, beliefs, moods, and mental tones. Keep your eye on the goal. You go where your vision is! Cease therefore, looking at all the obstacles, delays, and impediments that would cause you to go off your course.” An excerpt from The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy.
Stay on course. Remain steadfast and positive. Be clear on where you are going and remember that your mental outlook is the ship that will guide you from the feeling of lack and limitation to the feeling of abundance and opulence.
“Man is belief expressed.” ~Quimby
With much love,