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Divine Restoration

posted by The MEGA Coach

As I started my fast track to success, I was fortunate to have the wonderful books of Catherine Ponder recommended to me.  Her books are fun, enlightening and metaphysical.
Most importantly they work when applied and create miracles and amazing outcomes.

I highly recommend “Open Your Mind to Prosperity,” along with all of her other books as well.
The key is to consistently apply the principles in her books with faith and positive energy.

The concept of Divine Restoration is very powerful and acknowledges that no matter how bad and challenging your life and circumstances may appear to be, health, wealth and success are still possible

Here is some great information on how to transform the most difficult scenarios. 

The word loss literally means “destruction,” and the thought of loss held in the mind is certainly a destructive one.  If you cling to the thought of loss, it will ruin your health, take away your prosperity and destroy your peace of mind as well as personal happiness.

 

If you have problems of long standing which your prayers and desires have not resolved, check to see if you are not holding to the destructive thought of loss.  You are probably relating those problems to a time in your experience when you seemed to lose something or someone.  You have probably been blaming that thing or person you feel you lost, as the cause of all your problems.

 

Since you have held to the thought of loss, you have also held to the problems it caused.  So the thought of loss has continued to haunt you, bringing increased destruction and apparent loss into your life.

 

A powerful way to overcome the thought of loss and its consequences is to remind yourself of this great truth:

 

There is no loss in Spirit.  You cannot lose your good.  When it seems you have lost your good, it is because your good has changed form!  Remember that there can be no loss in any phase of nature.  The elements of nature merely change their form.  When your good seems to leave you – to fly out the window – let it go.  That is good you have outgrown.  Then watch for new good to come in the door.” 

 

 A belief in present and future fulfillment blots out previous beliefs in loss.

Keep looking up, because that’s where miracles come from.

 

 Prosperously Yours,

:)Lee 



  • Barb

    In order to nourish the human soul you must feed it spiritual food…(His Word) on a daily basis and seek His direction and guidance in all things….we are in a spiritual battle that can only be won by spiritual means (God)…all else is a temporary fix.

  • Your Name

    When we think that we lose everything,God surely will restore what we have lost!The best thing in life is to learn the lesson and not to let ourselves stumble and fall of it again.I believe that when we declare Jesus resurrected,we are also resurrected in Him for He bore all our infirmities and he took away our sickness and He died for us
    to save us,let us meditate this all day and all night that we will receive this great blessing from our heavenly Father.
    I am complete in Christ alone.

  • Patricia B Carino

    I love reading these Inspirational words daily.

  • http://ameliaroom.com Amelia Room

    Hi Lee. Interesting read. “Then watch for new good to come in the door.” Lee, why are the hallways so long?

  • Rosebud

    Thank you for your thoughts on loss. I’ve been dealing with several kinds of ‘loss’ and the possibility of another in the near future. This reframing of how one can view ‘loss’ is so helpful to me; helpful to let go of past ‘loss’ and not to worry so much about anticipated ‘loss’ that I really have no control over anyway. I appreciate your wisdom.

  • Denise

    I like this! Thank you.

  • Ron Harke

    Lee,
    How ironic that after passing up a lot of your posts, I should open Mondays, on Loss
    I lost my second wife of almost 4 years, just 5 weeks ago, and lost my first wife of 44 years just 7 years ago.
    How interesting your toughts on clinging to lost. I am heading this afternoon to check out Catherine Ponders books.
    Why are the Hallways always so long as one reader put it, I guess from the first loss in my life, I can say there is usually a doorway at the end of the hall, just keep walking toward it, until you reach and open. I am still walking, but I know the door is there
    Ron

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