Sunday, February 26, 2017

Weekly Wisdom/Thoughts on Truth

True strength gives you a greater power than the ability to move "things" about. One of the wonderful ways strength manifests itself in your consciousness is in the form of patience. Patience is calm, uncomplaining endurance. It is persistent courage. Whenever you need to be courageous in a situation, all you need to do is become still. It is a deliberate spiritual step when you still yourself toward something spiritual. Still yourself toward strength, and a quiet courage comes forth through your consciousness as patience. If you do not draw upon your source of patience you become irritable and tense and have no other choice than to react in anger and impatience. You always have the choice of waiting on your Lord rather than becoming frustrated and embittered. Draw upon strength and patience.                  

 - William Warch/How to Use Your Twelve Gifts from God
 
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Nancy Norman

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Weekly Wisdom/Thoughts on Truth

In order to understand the purpose and function of your wonderful gift of Faith you must consider the nature of God. First, God is all your good, the source of everything you need spiritually and materially. But this source is invisible. And in the invisible it remains as potential, not necessarily in your living experience. Naturally, you want to experience your good. You want to have your needs met. So you need the ability to draw out from the invisible all your good. You want to develop the ability to receive the countless blessings that rest as potential in God, the invisible Source.

How do you actively involve yourself in the process of drawing your good from God? By using Faith! Faith is your affirmative power. It is your ability to say "Yes" to God and to your good. Simply acknowledging your needs doesn't mean that your needs will be met. You must also acknowledge that which you need and say "Yes" to it. Say "Yes" to God and your good and move it into your living experience. Saying "Yes" to perfect transportation is a far cry from acknowledging a broken down car. Complaining and being angry drains that very energy that could be directed toward drawing your good from your invisible Source. Faith is a tool with which to build a higher consciousness.

-William Warch/How to Use Your Twelve Gifts from God


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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Weekly Wisdom/Thoughts on Truth

"Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance of what we do not see."
(Hebrews 11:1)

"Faith is confidence in the universe that enables one to go forward in the dark."
(C. G. Jung)

Today I have faith in God's presence and power within me. I go forth with a sure confidence that God loves me and cares for me. I know that the greatness of God that dwells within me is equal to every feeling of unworthiness, inadequacy or discouragement. I live in a sea of unlimited potential and pure possibilities.

I turn from beliefs, feelings and attitudes that limit or bind me to false beliefs, unfounded fears and resentments. They have no power, for I have faith in God's loving power and presence which are always with me. He strengthens me, illumines me, guides me and keeps me safe and secure.

Today I have faith in God's presence and power within me and I go forth with a sure confidence to live a life of joy, happiness and accomplishment of unlimited potential and possibilities.


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Nancy Norman

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Weekly Wisdom/Thoughts on Truth

There is a specific reason why you should get definite about what you want. The word desire, in its root, means "of the father." It is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom, and it should be your good pleasure to receive it here and now.

How can you test these desires to be sure they are "of the Father?"

If the desires you have are only surface desires, they pass away, but if they are deep-seated desires for greater good that remain with you through thick and thin, they are from the Father. They are divine desires. You should express them constructively, rather than suppress them destructively.

Desire is God trying to give you greater good! Open your mind to receive it. Then get definite about that desire by writing it down, so that it can definitely manifest for you.

-Catherine Ponder/Open Your Mind to Prosperity

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Nancy Norman

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Weekly Wisdom Thoughts on Truth

"It is for freedom that Christ has set us free."
(Galatians 5:1)

"Here and now, we are surrounded by, and immersed in, An Infinite Good. How much of this Infinite Good is ours? ALL OF IT! And how much of
It may we use? AS MUCH AS WE CAN EMBODY."
(Ernest Holmes)

I am unfettered, unbound, a free spirit. Nothing in the outer can bind me - not circumstance, condition, or person. I am a spiritual being having a human experience; I open my eyes to the beauty and wonder in which I am surrounded.

I am free! I am blessed! I see the good in all people and situations that cross my path, as they see the good in me. I need not seek approval from others, for I am beyond good enough just the way I am. I am a beloved child of God in whom He is well pleased.

I am worthy of goodness and greatness for I am an individualized expression of God, and I move confidently in the direction that God guides me. I am prospered in all ways. I am free!

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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Weekly Wisdom/Thoughts on Truth

   "Before a word is on my tongue you, Lord, know it completely."

(Psalm 139:4)
"You know you are free when you are independent of the good and sad opinions of others, when you have relinquished the need to seek approval,
when you believe you are good enough as you are."
(Anonymous)
Today, I watch my words. I know and understand that I make my world by the words I utter - be they silently or audibly expressed.
Are my words constructive or destructive? What are my words doing to me? Are they building me upor tearing me down? What are they doing to others? Are they inspiring and uplifting them or making them feel downcast and less than?
Today, I watch my words. I make them positive, constructive, stimulating, creative, and confident.
I use words that enrich and expand my life and the life of others. I am always aware of how powerful my words are, and I ask God to keep my words pure, loving, strong, helpful and faith-filled.
Today I watch my words.
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Richest Blessings,
Nancy Norman