The Bible tells us that, while prayer (asking) is an all important first step, belief plays an equally important role in the law of attraction. Belief is tough, for Christians and non-Christians alike. We may know that we want that new house, and even ask for it, but when we look at our bank account and the way our current house has depreciated in value, it’s hard to believe it could ever happen.
We’ve been so conditioned to think that “seeing is believing”. With God’s law of attraction, the real secret is “believing is seeing”.
The problem is that when we surrender to belief it feels as though we don’t have any control over it. We belong to a society that celebrates ingenuity, resourcefulness and creativity. Our world isn’t too excited about someone who just “blindly” believes in something and feels no need to figure out how to get it done. Yet that is exactly what the believing step is asking us to do.
And, in fact, it can even feel counter-intuitive to Step #3 to God’s law of attraction: “Act”. But for now, I “ask” you to just “believe” that they can work together.
Psalm 37: 5 reads: “Commit your way to the Lord; trust also in Him and He will bring it to pass.” It doesn’t say that you have to figure out “how” it will come to pass, only that you trust that, through God, it will. Remember, God created everything there is. Nothing exists that He didn’t make (John 1: 3). If that is true, and we really believe it, it should be easy to believe that nothing is impossible, even if we can’t see how it could happen in the natural.
“If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it will obey you.” (Luke 17:6)
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