Great Expectations

We often receive into our experience that which we expect to receive. If we truly expect  something to happen, it usually does. This is the execution of faith in our lives. If we expect to win, we need to prepare to win. If we want something desirable or undesirable to occur, we merely need to anticipate its arrival. If you feel that you are alone and no one is willing to help you, you are right. However, if you know you are not alone and every one you know is on your path to help you, then you are right also. If you have ever encountered the person that is okay borrowing your last dollar, then you know the person who believes you are here to serve. We traditionally resent these people because we think to ourselves, how incredibly selfish of them and or blatantly oblivious. These people our on your path to trigger you pool of love and understanding, to prepare you for something. You know the difference now between relying on and using people, how to count on others the right way, because you have seen the wrong way. Be thankful that these people are in or were in your life for this lesson. If God continually puts these people in your life, you are not learning the lesson you need to learn in order to appreciate and accept the gift you have been asking for.

When we ask for something, we pray and believe something from a position of limited faith, we are often tested to confirm we are ready to accept these things into our lives. Sometimes our prayers are easy to accept and sometimes we pray for things we have never had, so we struggle to believe from the end, from the point of having. We often pray for something we have never had from a position of lack, and praying from a position of lack brings more lack. The Scriptures are pretty clear on this topic. If you need a new car, you may need to experience life without a car to truly appreciate a new car, if you desire a successful business, you may have to fail in business a few times to truly understand what business success is for you. Know that strong.and unwavering faith is met with instant success, there is no trial,, just reward, but most of us have been conditioned to doubt by our journey to date. God answers all prayers if you believe, but know that the ones that really matter come quicker if faith is deeper, yet harder to see complete in many cases. Peace of mind is the bedrock of a successful life. If you ask for something that is meaningful, such as a happy and healthy family, God will help you achieve peace of mind, because wanting something for someone else is extremely noble but it can rob you of your peace of mind. Peace of mind means it is done. Just know what it is you want and know it to be done, feel it and experience it from the end state. Expectations are beliefs, they are faith. Zig Ziglar used to say, you have got to expect to win, but to expect to win, you must prepare to win. Throw away plan B. If you have a plan B in this life, plan A has no chance of success. Having a backup plan is social conditioning, conditioning for failure. You are preparing to fail before you take step one. You only have one business plan, it may go through several revisions, but you have one plan and you stick to it. Stop wasting time on things that do not matter and love the moment you are in, it was made just for you. Expect this day as your day, expect all great things, and great things shall be.

Published by The Journey

Average person seeking more meaning in life. I was raised in a faith that unknowingly taught, seek your religion in all things, but as I grew up and started to better understand the relationship I have with the creator of this universe and the source of all conscienceless, I decided to seek the creator in all things. Not a man or a woman, not a right or a wrong, but the thing that hold all subatomic particles together, the energy that connects everything. This is the story of some of my revelations along the journey we call life.

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