ONLY IMAGINE POSITIVE OUTCOMES Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us (Ephesians 3:20).
The human spirit is very powerful, with tremendous creative and imaginative ability. Remember, man was created in the image of God; he looks like God and functions like God. That’s why we say, “Your imaginative power is your creative ability.”
Knowing this, therefore, you should only imagine positive outcomes. Refuse to worry about anything. Worry helps you imagine the worst-case scenario. Worry helps you imagine negative possibilities, and your imagination of those negative possibilitie crystalizes them. Worry helps make your fears possible.
It’s the reason God tells us not to worry or be anxious for nothing (Philippians 4:6). You may say, “What if something has gone wrong, shouldn’t I be worried?” No! Simply refuse to worry! It makes nodifference what happens with the economy, health care or health “scare.” When you worry, you set up a magnetic force that attracts to you everything that’s consistent with what you’re worried about.
Never imagine that you may be sent out of the house because you’re behind in your rent. Don’t imagine yourself losing your job. Don’t worry or panic that money isn’t going to be available to you for the things you need to accomplish. Don’t worry that the pain you’re feeling may be more complicated than you realize or could result in an incurable disease. Never have, or form, such negative imaginations. What youimagine is what becomes. Stay your mind on the Word and let it control your expectations.
I have the ability to visualize, and therefore, contrive pictures of great and glorious possibilities from the Word of God, and speak them forth. I speak forth peace, prosperity, divine health, salvation and victories, and I walk in the realities of my heritage in Christ. Hallelujah!
Matthew 12:35-36; Philippians 4:8; Proverbs 18:21
1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Luke 10:25-42 & Joshua 23-24
2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Romans 7:12-25 & Psalm 108