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Supernatural Flow…

SupernaturalFlow-CustomGod did not intend that mankind should be forever satisfied. I realize that statement with draw some strong disagreement and even  haters,  however the law of his (God’s) being is perpetual INCREASE, PROGRESS, and GROWTH. When one good is realized, another desire for a greater good will develop; and when a higher state is reached, another and more glorious state will unfold his Vision and urge him on and on. Hence, the advancing life is the true life, the life that God intended man to live. The God created  universe is filled with the essential substance of every imaginable good that man can image, and that he is entitled to a full and ever increasing supply of any and every good he may need or desire. I believe, therefore, that it is right and good for man to seek to gratify all pure desires and ambitions.Here is the key to  this Jesus gave it: “What things so-ever ye desire,when ye pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them.” Every person,consciously or unconsciously, is operating this law in one or more of its phases. It works universally and on every plane of life’s expression. We are all daily drawing into our lives the things we most desire and expect, and whether we attract good things or bad things, the principle operated is the same. But as we want more of the good things in life and less of the bad, it will be necessary to understand this and so be able to adapt our thinking to it in a more direct fashion.

A Christians we affirm repeatedly that God is our  supply, and if we would think a moment and trace our supply back to its source, we would agree that the statement is true. The difficulty with some is that they can more easily look to the tangible for the source of their substance than to the Creator. Many don’t REALLY believe that God is the source of our substance. they try to think it true, and may theoretically accept it, yet there is an uncertainty. It is hard for some to believe in something they do not see. It is so much easier to believe in what we see. Now if we can see plenty all about us, we are willing to believe it and enjoy it. But later, as we are able to believe in the abundance of good, we shall then see it and enjoy it. We affirm repeatedly that God is our supply, and if we would think a moment and trace our supply back to its source, we would agree that the statement is true. The difficulty with some is that they can more easily look to creature for the source of their substance than to the Creator. We don’t REALLY believe that God is the source of our substance. We try to think it true, and may theoretically accept it, yet there is an uncertainty. It is hard for some to believe in something they do not see. It is so much easier to believe in what we see. Now if we can see plenty all about us, we are willing to believe it and enjoy it. But later, as we are able to believe in the abundance of good, we shall then see it and enjoy it. Thus at the outset the question is, which comes first, seeing or believing? As I began my study of the facts I  learned that the latter comes first, and this  is founded on our belief, which in turn determines our sight.  

NOTHING can ever  become SOMETHING, nor can SOMETHING ever become NOTHING. Substance can be converted, transmuted, and changed in a million ways, but it can never be destroyed. There is never a shortage in supply. Because some people do not see an abundance around them and do not enjoy plenty is evidence that they do not understand or do not apply  how living in the supernatural works. In their blindness they say that plenty does not exist, and so far as they can see, they may be right. But when they learn to see with their mind’s eye, they will realize differently.

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