Prosperity

Here’s a small excerpt from the chapter about Prosperity:

“Now let us ponder the flow of abundance, and the notion that we represent a resource for others to receive of the prosperity that is given to us in excess.  Jesus fed the large crowds who had gathered to hear him minister. He supplied their spiritual needs, and also their physical needs. The miracle which He worked manifested a feast.  Jesus turned a few loaves of bread and a few fishes, into satisfying and unlimited provision for all. Is this story a metaphor, a dramatic depiction designed to represent an ideal? Or, through the power of His own higher self, did Jesus actually create an abundance designed for the benefit of those who presented themselves to Him for relief? He, and his team, were hungry as well, but did they produce enough only for themselves?  Does this not prove that there is a holy Source, a generous and giving God, a Great Provider, who reminds us over and over that he is a God of endless gifts? And we, who are so lovingly cared for by Him, as humans, desire to also give that same prosperous comfort to others. St. Paul makes no direct reference to the feeding miracles, yet he espouses the same principle:…but by an equality, that now at this time your abundance may be a supply for their want, that their abundance also may be a supply for your want; that there may be equality…2 Corinthians 8:14″

 

Pray Without Ceasing is scheduled for release in July of 2018.  The cost of the book will be $13.95 for a paperback.  The approximate size will be 6″ x 9″ and will have approximately 110 pages.

 

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