Friday, 6 February 2009

Framing your world with your words

It is very important to say the right things concerning our world. Books such as 'The Secret' is based on the Law of Attraction, which is based on God's requirement for us to carefully choose our words concerning our life. Our words have to lie with God's words and God's thinking.

Proverbs 10:11 The mouth of a righteous man is a well of life: but violence covereth the mouth of the wicked.

Proverbs 10:14 Wise men lay up knowledge but the mouth of the foolish is near destruction.

James 3:2-6 James talks about our words, particularly in verse 6 And the tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity: so is the tongue among our members, that it defileth the whole body, and setteth on fire the course of nature; and it set on fire of hell.

Psalms 103:20 Bless ye the Lord, ye his angels, that excel in strength, that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word.

So the angels are waiting to do God's commandments and also our commandments, so you say. 'I am always in debt' and you will probably end up always in debt. However if you are in debt and say 'Wealth and riches are in my house', so mediate on the word and you go to bed thinking of wealth and riches being in your house, you will eventually get relevation and you will have wealth and riches in your house.

When God had his own problems, when the world was not like he wanted it. He said 'Let there be light'. He didn't say 'Oh No, it just so dark and there is not light anywhere'In Romans 4:17 b....we can 'calleth those things which are not as though they were'.

And Jesus said in Mark 11: 24 'Therefore I say unto you. What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them'

If you go on google, find out about a man called Neville Goddard, some of his teachings are on youtube and he is very good, also try and get a recording of the art of imagination, it will change your way of thinking.

6 comments:

Suesue said...

I don't really like the Secret as to me, people seemed very focused of material wealth and I really think wealth is a man made construction. Money that is. God's wealth is Love. Knowing him. My Uncle is obsessed with the Secret, he says that money is important and having it doesn't make you a bad person, which is true, but I just don't see the need to constantly seek money other than for the reason of survival and providing your family with a good life. But I agree and liked your post.

Felicity said...

To be honest, money is important, but if you are a nasty person and you suddenly become rich, you will still be a nasty person. We are living in a society, where money is very important, we cannot help our countries or our ancestral homes without money, if we are ill and we want treatment quickly, going into a private house, there you need money. What we need is prosperity in all aspects of our lives, money is just another aspect.

Suesue said...

Yes, i didn't mean money was not important in the sense as we can live without it. In this society we need money. I just hope people realise that helping other people is just as fulfilling as helping yourself. And to realise there is a God/Provider. Well I believe so anyway. The problem is nasty people do get rich...and they control a lot.

Felicity said...

Yes, nasty people do get rich, let us at people in the bible, who were rich and they were quite honourable. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Deborah was rich and so was Barak, Moses, when the children of Israel went in the desert, God made sure that they left Egypt with all the gold and silver, jewels, etc. Joshua, Caleb, Rehab, she was a prostitute, but God still blessed her and she married one of Caleb's relatives and he was rich. Ruth married Boaz and he was rich, David, Soloman, Jesus was extremely rich, King of the Universe and God's son. however by his standards, he became poor, because he was born to Mary, however his step father was certainly not a poor man. Jesus had an accountant, was Judas Iscariot, he had 12 disciples and he had 72 other members of his congregation. He had a house and most of his 12 members were married, so were the 72. Joseph, who buried Jesus after his cruxification was a wealthy man, hence Jesus was buried in spices and oils. After Jesus descended into heaven, they had enough money to carry on his work. Cornelius, the first gentile, he was extremely rich. Later members, Paul was supported by the Philipians to do mission work, rich women like Lydia. Suesue, you become rich and you can really help people and bring heaven on earth.

Tori C said...

Hello Girly!
Sorry I haven't been on in awhile! Just popping in and catching up with you.

I wanted you to know that I enjoyed reading this post and I am embracing the word.

I will be dropping in more often.
Take care and be blessed...
Tori
Love the snow photos!!!

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