MEDITATION MIND BODY SPIRITUALITY

A Fresh Look At Affirmative Prayer

Author: Jeffrey Ordonez

How much power and confidence do you have in God? The answer should be unlimited, but so often the mind gets in the way of God's triumphant performance, and the antidote to a conscious and subconscious mind steeped with worldly perspectives is meditative prayer, lots of prayer.

According to Jesus if we do not doubt the object of our prayer we will obtain it. (Matthew 21:21-22) Life can challenge us, but with deep, consistent prayer we can drive thoughts of faith deep into our subconscious where fear and insecurity resides. Pray with strength and focus, and your faith will stimulate your conscious mind to see the possibilities you long.

The ability to make things happen with God takes practice, but most of all it takes for you to gain God's help. The most powerful prayer you can practice can be modeled after Jesus' prayer for you.

In John chapter 17 Jesus prayed for His disciples and for anyone who believes to be one with Him as He is one with the Father.

Envisioned faith that helps you see God as your companion will go a long way in assisting you through life. This type of spiritual exercise will cement thoughts of faith through the neurons of your brain. If you deeply set up your mind with the thought that God is with you and that He is standing by you and that He will see you through every adversity, you will begin to see difficulty through the eyes of faith where endless possibilities exist.

Here's how to increase your awareness of God. In Matthew 21:21-22 Jesus states that we should ask in prayer with belief.  It's impossible to believe in something you cannot conceptualized or see with your mind. So you need to employ your God-given power of vision.

Hebrews 11:1 states that faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. If you feel that you can use more of God's help and power begin to see Him helping you.

Take a few moments each day to quietly and methodically see God helping you with His power.

Jesus goes on to say that we must "ask in prayer," that means we must speak the object of our prayer. Throughout the day say things like, "God and I are one," "Jesus and I are one," "God is with me right now," "I can feel you God. I am yours; you are mine."

Then comes the essential part of faith, move in the direction of your goal with total and complete confidence. After all it exists in your mind, and your actions are simply a reflection of what you know to be true. In other words, you need to live your life by the evidence held in your mind.

The release of power and confidence by following this procedure will astonish you.

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