by Cindy Trimm
Everyone loves to be in on a secret. One of the worst things is feeling left out when it comes to being "in the know'--as if everyone is aware of something vitally important except for you. But worse than that is the feeling there are important things everyone should know but few do. The Bible calls these types of secrets mysteries. For most people, life is exactly that, a mystery. But Jesus came to help us solve our mysteries. He came to give us knowledge of the truth.
The key to victory in Christ--and in this life--is the knowledge and wisdom that unlocks the mysteries of life. That is why God wants you to pursue wisdom and understanding above all else. (Prov. 4:5,7)
Seek to know and understand how and why God has created you. This is one secret you can be in on! There is overcoming power in knowing it is God's desire for you to succeed and prosper, as well as knowing how He has designed you to create success and abundance in every sphere you influence.
When I say "abundance", I am not talking about materialism or consumerism. What I am talking about is the fact that it is God's will for you to live without lack--to provide you with every possible thing you need to successfully fulfill your purpose and maximize your potential. This certainly includes material things, but more importantly, it means Spirit-inspired thoughts, declarations, and conversations; divinely appointed relationships, business opportunities and challenges--and above all else, supernatural gifts and abilities as you acknowledge every good thing that is in you in Christ. (See Philemon 6.)
It is your time to consciously paint the canvas of your life with whatever you aspire to achieve. Fill your mind with majestic thoughts. Generate excitement and expectation with every word that proceeds from your mouth. I urge you to create a masterpiece out of your life. Dare to imagine!
From the book:Commanding Your Morning, by Cindy Trimm
"If you don't take control of your inner thoughts, you will become a slave to your outer circumstances. You won't be driving your life; the storms and changing weather will." ~Cindy Trimm