Day 17: Week 3 – 30 Days of Prayer-Fullness of Life

Day 17 Can’t walk into abundance with a poor mindset

 

Joshua 1:11 New International Version (NIV)

 

11 “Go through the camp and tell the people, ‘Get your provisions ready. Three days from now you will cross the Jordan here to go in and take possession of the land the Lord your God is giving you for your own.’”

 

God does not want us poor … in spirit, relationship, health or finances. Often we are on a journey to transform our mindset or way of thinking and being. We should not pray to abort the tough places in the journey but rather to understand the process that is designed to change us, often before the circumstances do.

 

God is not preparing the blessing for us, but rather us for the blessing. To be able to sustain and be sustained in the places of abundance. The process is designed to equip us with what is needed in this land of abundance … the wealthy place.

 

I share a recent prayer from my personal journal:

 

Lord,

Help me to discover my passion, to see your vision for my life and to find the cause for which you have fashioned me.

 

Continue to give me the strategies for God-sanctioned success. Continue to give me wisdom and insight into my circumstances and myself. I want to live my best life. I want to be in the will of God. I know that God wants it more for me than I want for myself.

 

Its time to leave the wilderness mindset of doubt, fear, whining and wallowing, to the promised land (abundant) mentality of conquering confidence and optimism.

 

God help me to fight for my future!

 

TODAY Focus in prayer on moving forward in faith and courage.

One thought on “Day 17: Week 3 – 30 Days of Prayer-Fullness of Life

  1. Winsome Jean

    Amen! I have enjoyed reading your post each day during these 30 days of prayer as we approach the celebration of the birth of Jesus & the culmination of one year and the rebirth of a new one. They have all been such a blessing. But this day you reminded me to seek understanding not termination while in those tough places of the journey. Wow! Thank you & Amen again!

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