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Prosperity in the Desert

posted by The MEGA Coach

 

Catherine Ponders ‘The Millionaire Moses’ continued:

 

The third period of Moses’ life was spent in the desert.  There in the wilderness

Moses molded the unruly ‘Hebrew slaves’ into a self-sufficient and prosperous nation.
That he learned the inner prosperity laws is shown in the way he was able to provide

food and water for such a large company in that barren place.  It was truly a magnificent

demonstration of millionaire proportions.

 

During the last period of Moses’ life, he erected the lavish tabernacle in which the Hebrews

worshipped.  An abundance of gold, silver and brass was used to construct this portable

sanctuary.  Moses also believed in the importance of wearing beautiful clothing, as he

ordered bejeweled garments for the first High Priest of Israel.  These clothes were

described as ‘garments for glory and beauty.’  They were made of fine linen in brilliant

colors set in gold, worn with emeralds, diamonds and other precious stones.  They were

made by ‘skilled workmen’ who would be equivalent to our modern designers and tailors.

 

Moses taught the once-unruly Hebrews to develop such a lavish prosperity consciousness,

right in the midst of a barren wildnerness that they ‘had to be restrained for giving’ for the

construction of the new tabernacle because they ‘gave to much.’

Moses was entrusted with the responsibility to teach his people, who had been slaves for

many generations in Egypt to become prosperous and wealthy in their thoughts, words

and actions.  Egypt metaphysically stands for a state of negative beliefs and darkness
and like the ‘Hebrew slaves’, we too have to transform our negative beliefs and states of
poverty consciousness into a prosperity consciousness.  We too must go from our desert
and wilderness and transform ourselves to find our Promised Land. 

This can only happen by starting within our own consciousness, then acknowledging the source of all substance and understanding the metaphysical and physical realities of prosperity.  Next we must use our intuition and know that God is our true source of all prosperity and that all substance comes from God and that we are one with divine substance and the I Am presence.  All wealth has a spiritual source as does all of life and creation.

 

“I Am health, strength, peace, happiness and prosperity.  I Am strong, well and vital.
I Am beautiful, peaceful and poised.  I Am eternally youthful.  I Am happy and free.”

 

“God ways are ingenious his methods sure.  God makes a way where there is no way,
I Am divinely led.”

 

“The unexpected now happens, my seemingly impossible good now manifests.”

 

May you be blessed with Health & Wealth, under grace and in perfect ways.

 

smiles,
:) Lee
aka

The Mega Magnet

 

 

 



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