Whatever you focus on you attract.
We attract negative things to our lives through our negative thoughts. This is the law of attraction. It is like a magnet.
The flip side is this: Whatever you focus on, you empower. Whatever you speak, you reap. I can attract favor and blessing to my life by speaking positive words, but not merely any words.
This principle is used in worldy circles and motivational seminars, but today I’m reminding you that this is a spiritual principle found in the Bible. “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he” (Proverbs 23:7) and 3 John2 – “Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers.”
How does our soul prosper? Since our soul is composed of our mind, will and emotions, we know that our soul only prospers when we align our mind and will with the Word of God. We need to load up our soul with God’s Word so we are SO FULL that nothing negative can be attracted to us.
As an example, I’ve begun saying, “When people get to know me, they love me.” I’ve determined to fill my mind and mouth with so many favor scriptures that all negative, self doubting thoughts are pushed out. I’ve noticed it’s working because confidence begets confidence. When I’m confident, it attracts people to listen to what I say.
This post is an excerpt from last July’s Women on the Frontlines conference in Orlando, FL. Patricia King gets credit for most of the thoughts here, thoughts that were so good I’m sharing them with you! Because I love my readers and I want you to be happy, to succeed in what God has assigned you to do in this life.
“God is actually attracted to the Word in you. He is attracted to Himself in you.” Patricia King
This works in the negative realm: By this same line of reasoning, the enemy is attracted to the negative thoughts in you. When the revelation of truth comes to you, the power of stress and anxiety is broken. Under stress, we need to align our thoughts with what the Word says (not our circumstances). We need to shift our soul belief.
God wants you to know this today: If you can dream it, you can attract it.
God loves white boards.
See the vision, dream the vision, share the vision (Habakkuk 2:2).
This principle was illustrated when God took Abraham out to see the stars and prophesied his descendants would outnumber the stars. Then God told Abe to look at the sand, telling him his descendants would outnumber the grains of sand. Abraham held to that promise because that VISION within him was so big that it attracted the promise!
The law of attraction worked the opposite for the Israelites who murmurred in the wilderness, attracting discontentment. They wandered 40 more years from their lack of gratitude.
Death and life are in the power of the tongue & those who love it (wisdom) will eat its fruit, Proverbs 18:21. “So go where your sanctified imagination takes you” ♥♥♥ © Kate Leach
If you want more, read King’s book, God’s Law of Attraction. Here’s a review by Dr. Clarice Fluitt, “Once again, Patricia King has skillfully crafted a compelling and scriptural presentation. Her time-proven prophetic unction, combined with her theological clarity, draws a definite line of distinction between the counterfeit New Age Law of Attraction that is rooted in pantheism, and the authentic Christ-centered truth of God s Law of Attraction. This book will equip you with researched information and biblical revelation.”
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Reblogged this on Matty the Scribe and commented:
Interesting, it’s as if God created gravity as an integral part of the plan of redemption.
We have developed the physics behind this. Matty’s law of Biblical gravitation is a thing. Gravity was created on the 2nd day to bring about the permanent physical separation of light from darkness, good from evil.
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Thanks Matty. Your point makes sense. I enjoy reading quantum physics articles, even if I grasp only a portion. Thanks for the follow, brother.