I am reading ‘The Millionaire Moses,’ by Catherine Ponder.
It is a wonderful book full of examples to create a prosperity consciousiness.
The Bible and Old Testament are full of powerful examples of history that repeat themselves over time.
The stories are metaphors that we can learn from and use in own current lives and experiences to grow and prosper.
When Moses led the Hebrews to freedom, they had been slaves for many generations in Egypt. The Jewish people had lost their independent and free thinking patterns that made them a great nation and they had developed a poverty consciousness over time in Egypt. It took them time to accept Moses as their leader and to accept the concept of being free and leaving Egypt. The name Moses means ‘to draw out’ and Moses had to draw out the Hebrews to not only want to leave Egypt, but to leave their poverty consciousness and be open to a new way of thinking as free, creative people. Moses actually had to teach the Jewish people to become prosperous and positive thinkers again.
Egypt symbolizes darkness and negativity. Haven’t we all experienced some form of darkness or negativity in our lives? Wouldn’t you agree that the current economic conditions of ‘The Great Recession’ are the toughest financial circumstances that we have experienced since the Great Depression of 1929?
Wouldn’t you agree that we are bombarded with negativity regarding the economic conditions of unemployment, real estate, the value of the US dollar, the banking industry, the government, the health industry, etc…. What about the worldwide economic climate? Would you say that most of what we read in the newpapers, Internet or on TV and radio is negative or positive?
Now do you see that we are not too different than the Jewish people when they were slaves in Egypt? We need to free ourselves from our negative thoughts, actions, environments and circumstances to regain our positive attitudes and belief that good things and prosperity is possible. We also must acknowledge our true source of where our good and prosperity comes from.
Before the Pharaoh let the Hebrews go, it took 10 plagues. During this time, the Jewish people grew and developed the mental beliefs necessary to trust Moses and want to be free. If they would have left right away, they would not have been ready to withstand their journey in the desert to find the Promised Land. They had to rise out of the financial limitations they had a slaves in Egypt and had to make the effort to claim their freedom, prosperity and Promised Land.
We must do the same. We must have a positive attitude and speak positive words. We must stop speaking about the negative past and let go of our old stories and the way it was. We must be open to something new. We must take whavever steps forward we can with what we have where we are.
We must be persistent and continue to move forward in the face of negativity or seemingly impossible circumstances. Even if things get worse before they get better, we must go forward and have total faith. Continue to have good thoughts and speak good, positive words in the face of opposition. Have courage, be fearless and actually give praise and thanksgiving for your freedom and new good. Stay peaceful and centered. Trust that God will keep his promise of delivering you your good and your Promised Land.
‘God ways are ingenious his methods sure. God makes a way where there is no way, I Am divinely led.’
‘The walls of lack and delay now crumble away and I enter my Promised Land, under grace and in perfect ways.’
‘The unexpected now happens, my seemingly impossible good now manifests.’
There is GOLD Dust in the air. Go forward!
The Mega Coach