The Little Things

It is the little things we do from the heart that make all the differences in the world.  Selfless acts produce the greatest results.  By touching the hearts of others we inspire them to do the same.  Just think of how much more we are capable of.  Who said one person can’t make a difference? 

And there are distinctive varieties of operation [of working to accomplish things], but it is the same God Who inspires and energizes them all in all.

1 Corinthians 12:6 (Amplified Bible)

Taken care of…

I recall one recent example of this in my own life.  Several weeks ago I was at church and decided to buy a coffee after the service.  The cost of the coffee was one dollar per cup.  I recognized that it was for a good cause and decided to buy coffees anonymously for the next nine people who wanted a cup.

Three weeks had passed since that service.  I noticed a friend of mine in the lobby of the church who had been working with the parking ministry all morning and was just getting ready to do the same for the second service.  I offered to buy him a cup of coffee, but he said “No thanks, I don’t drink Coffee.” So I headed over to the cart on my own.

While ordering my coffee I was told that it was all taken care of.  As a matter of fact so was the cup of coffee for the guy who stood next to me.  You see, those nine seeds that I planted brought forth many more seeds.  Several people out of the nine I bought coffee for three weeks early decided to do the same for others.  Now people are doing it every week and more and more are getting on board with it.  Seeds planted in good soil bring forth fruit very quickly.

From the Heart

Selflessness is a very powerful characteristic of the sons and daughters of God.  The actions that stem from them will often have powerful and unexpected effects on those who are touched by them.  Acts which we produced solely from the heart and only for the intent of goodness can produce eternal seeds of grace.

Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.

Matthew 13:8 (New International Version)

Christ Consciousness

In this we are now confident in all areas of our lives.  We ask and manifest through our prayers and visions.  The Holy Spirit comes into us and gives us messages, assignments and comfort.  It is a Christ consciousness.  We have no room for envy, grudges or egocentricities in our lives.  Our purpose is to go forth and serve the Lord to the best of our abilities.  This is our purpose and passion.  Here we put Gods needs above our own and move forward in selflessness in our ascension.

New Heights

As the children of God we should expect our requests that line up with the Word, to be manifested.  While we develop further in Christ we will reach new heights in our abilities.  This I refer to as our graduation in Spirit and the point of the absolute connection to Him.  In becoming as Christ we have graduated to sons and daughters of God.

Worry is Sin

By faith Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family. By his faith he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness that comes by faith.

Hebrews 11:7 (New International Version)

The presence of unholy fear in our lives will cause us to question our abilities and the abilities of God to intervene in our lives.  Worry is sin in that it shows lack of faith and a misunderstanding of our connection to God.  In reality we can ask in the name of Jesus all that we need and it shall be given to us.  The only catch is that we must believe.

Holding us back

Whether it is in regards to relationships, careers or just about anything else we must clear out our closets to make room for a new wardrobe.  How can we stand strong asking for the things that we want while still clinging to what we do not want?  We must be confident in order to move forward in faith.  When we refuse we become anchored in transition.  We are frozen in space and unable to summon the necessary energy which will enable the facilitation of the manifestation.  In fact we are preventing the appearance of what we want by holding on to what we don’t want.

Often it is our fear that holds us back.  We want something to fall back on in case we don’t have what it takes to make it over the mountain.  In this we are envisioning the possibility of failure and directing energy in two opposing directions and will go nowhere.  Perhaps we begin to question all that we are and relish in all that we were.  In this situation we must understand that we are created in the image of God.  The Creator of all things has given us the ability to create.  We have been given the authority as custodians of this earthly realm.  When we become fearful of worldly things we lose our faith in the Supernatural.