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ARE YOU READY FOR BIBLICAL & SCIENTIFIC SUCCESS? = Prepared For Success

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ARE YOU READY FOR BIBLICAL & SCIENTIFIC SUCCESS? = Prepared For Success 

ARE YOU READY FOR SUCCESS? = How to Be Prepared For Success

Hebrews 11:3 states that the Word of God using faith created the world. That verse gives away the critical factor for those engaged in a search for genuine spirituality instead of merely material success - not that material success by itself is evil or undesirable. The focus shifts back to the human power of decision applied to where and how and for what purposes one uses the powerful tool of faith. The Law of Attraction appeals to “the universe” and maintains that negative as well as positive energy may be attracted, so it works solely in the material realm – on a psychobiological level that easily overflows into the realm of natural spirituality and the life force.

Many manifestations of the Law of Attraction are really just good preparation. “Be prepared for success” is a concept I have read in many sources. When we focus our lives on matters that we find interesting, hard work takes place mentally and physically. Our brains operate very much like goal-seeking behavioral computers. Using the power of decision, our minds operate as goal setters and innovative artificial reality builders. We use our natural innovative capacity to imagine that which does not exist from the design of a piece of art, a room arrangement or a new gadget. Once the vision is in mind, the brain goes to work to execute it using the resources at hand. Faith is not hoping or wishful thinking: it is hard mental work. Faith is confidence in the capacity to execute as well as acting on and being open to the conceived goal or perceived reality – artificial or otherwise. In other words, faith is a natural tool of the mind and brain that may operate in either the physical or metaphysical realms of the universe.

 

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