The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity Day 3 Chapter 1 Affirmations

Was Jesus wealthy? Was he prosperous? Why or why not? We share our thoughts about Jesus and the Bible and how they relate to money, wealth and prosperity.

Jesus had a seamless garment which was expensive. The soldiers cast lots for his garment at his crucifixion. He changed water to wine and had the disciples find money in the mouth of a fish. He multiplied fish and loaves of bread. Whatever he needed, he had at his fingertips. We believe he was a prosperous man.

When we are aligned with God, we can’t help but be prosperous. To become more prosperous and aligned, we must work on our internal processes. We must remember who we are.

We talk a lot about affirmations in today’s lesson. Affirmations are positive statements of truth which remind you of who you are. We share some of our experiences using affirmations in this video.

We must be careful with how we word our affirmations and what we allow into our mind.

We invite you to join us in the 21 Day Affirmation Challenge! We decided that it was hard to remember to say the affirmations 3 times a day. So, we came up with a solution. We created an email list that will send you 3 emails a day with an affirmation(s) for 21 days. It is free and all you have to do is sign up here!

The only limits we have are those we put on ourselves. We can have anything we want, be anything we want to be and do anything we want to do. Our fears are what hold us back. We need to let of our fear. Affirmations help us do that. It helps us change our world. We have been challenged in this lesson to repeat a set of affirmations 3 times a day for 21 days. We are starting that today.

Money is not evil. It is a tool to help us. We must enjoy money. It serves us instead of us serving it. It is an exchange of energy.

Are you pushing money away or drawing it to you? Do you have a block where money is concerned? Join us in the discussion!

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Comments

  1. Stephanie Scott says:

    This post is going to work fine, the one I did yesterday “disappeared” as did a comment I wrote in response to Lizabeth’s recent blog. Is there a limit to the number of words one can post? If so this would explain it. Being concise is NOT a strength of mine 🙂 My feedback is I am having one “Ahh Haa” moment after another since beginning this class. The main one being able to connect the lessons from my childhood about money, it is private, extremely personal and indeed scarce. In a child’s mind I interpreted this equaling a secret, do not talk bout how much money you have do not ask about someone else’s money etc. My family was raised middle class, though my father who managed the money always acted as if it was limited saving was critical, and was intense about his “budget” which I considered a bad word. we were not to complain about are weekly allowance, less than $1. and our nickel raise at each birthday. I took money out of my Dad’s hankerchief drawer( to buy candy)where the Sunday school offering was kept I knew I was REALLY bad. Grateful I was raised in a church were God and Jesus where described and as Loving and forgiving, maybe I thought God did see me, and I was ok. I too questioned the whole idea of sin what was the role of women in the Bible and quit going to college when it was no longer required. I always wanted to learn about other religions, cultures, being drawn to the Native American perspective (Mother Earth, Father Sky). Although my father frowned when she said it, my mother told my two sisters and I she didn’t believe in satan or hell. I thought this was cool and liked the idea she expressed having a different opinion than Dad.
    Wow, this is a journal entry. Lets just say, my issues with money management and the topic of finances in general go way back and help me understand my path.

    Thanks Namaste !

    • Thank you so much for sharing Stephanie! There is no limit, we can all benefit from your experience. My parents were middle-class as well but “acted the part” of high society to the neighbors and friends and the poor church mouse to the kids. It is funny when I think about it now. It wasn’t a secret – they were simply playing their part. I wish they would have let me see who they truly were. I think we are doing our kids a disservice when we “act out a role” rather than let them see how things truly are. We all have pasts that got us to where we are now. It is now up to us to take what we have and make the lives we want. Mine did, even if they were playing a part.

  2. Vivian Miller says:

    I so love Edwene’s style of writing. Her use of metaphors creates such a visual that I feel like she is dictating the book to me. Discussing money dysfunction is a very touchy subject, but I am up to the challenge and I realize nothing can be changed unless its acknowledged. I will participate in the affirmation challenge happily. I will use index cards and carry them with me for easy accessibility.
    My goal in this course is to release my worries about money and have some peace around the idea that all my needs are provided for with ease.

    I know God is operating in my best interest no matter how it appears.

    • Edwene has a wonderful way with words. She has a way of speaking to us all directly which makes her an effective teacher. I think that we all have a dysfunction with money and that it is a touchy subject with most people. That makes this teaching all the more important. Once we can get to the place of trusting God, instead of the physical representation of God (money), we will then truly grasp how money is to work FOR us, instead of us for it.

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