Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Good Things Happen to Postive People

You should remember you are blessed and highly favored to just be alive. If you believe that God is good all the time you develop a sense of expectancy. Good things have a way of finding their way to positive people. "Cast your bread upon the waters, for after many days you will find it again" (Ecc. 11:1).

We all have the power to choose whether we are going to tap into the negative lower self, or the higher positive self. You can talk and think yourself into dullness and unhappiness or you can use the same process to build up inspiration and a surging depth of joy.

It is not our position in life that makes us happy, it's our disposition. Attitude counts for a lot. For example, some people freeze in the winter and complain about the long nights, short days, and stiff joints. Others ski.

This is a direct correlation between our passion and our potential. The Bible says in 2 Chronicles 31:21, "He did it with all his heart and prospered."

Many people think that prosperity and success come from having power with men. That may be partly true. But all good things come from God above (James 1:17). Be positive, have faith, and watch good things come. God is a rewarder of those that diligently seek Him (Hebrews 11:6).

Beginning today you can have better relationships, be a better parent, change jobs, communicate more effectively, gain respect, improve your memory, increase your creativity, sell your ideas, reduce stress, achieve personal goals, make better decisions, discover your hidden talents, wear nice clothes, improve your appearance, speak eloquently, deliver compelling presentations, overcome writers block, control your anger, cope with a break up, lead productive meetings, stand out in meetings, increase your job security, survive a job loss, ace an interview, simplify your life, improve your life, make more money, save more money, give more money, spend more money, or whatever.

Change your disposition and watch your position begin to change.

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