The Master Key System, Part One #1

That much gathers more is true on every plane of existence and that loss leads to greater loss is equally true.

When we see that we have much, it increases. When we see that we have little, it decreases. It’s a matter of perspective.

I was reminded of the parable of the talents in Matthew 25. The slave who received two talents and the slave who received 5 talents both saw that they got something and didn’t fear losing it. The slave who received one talent was afraid that he would lose the one talent and buried it. They ALL received something, but it was the slaves who weren’t afraid and saw that they had ‘much’ who prospered and pleased their boss. Those who ‘saw’ that they had received something gained more, while the one focused on lack lost all that he had.

When we view what we have as ‘much’, we will increase. When we don’t, we may lose what we do have. It really is all a matter of perspective.

Today’s video is short. The video that we originally recorded didn’t work correctly. Wow, Lizabeth was really mad about that. I was a little relieved. It was really long and we would have spent a lot of time editing it to make it short enough that you would actually watch it. This short video is from the video we recorded the next day as a recap of the day before. We decided to show it on day one instead of adding it to day two.

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Shreem,

cindyandlizabethsig

Comments

  1. I love this quote! I think the act of being grateful, consciously thinking of things we are grateful for is the easiest way to shift our focus to having “much”.

    • I’m so glad you are joining us for this Feeding Friend-zy Leanna. I miss studying with you 🙂 I look forward to learning from your insights and wisdom.

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