“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord.
Although our minds and hearts are connected to God, we will never truly know, understand, and feel what He does. We could however find more peace and tranquility in our lives if we stopped acting like two-legged donkeys with blinders on—stepping, kicking, and falling on our blessings.
As I drove away the enemy tried to make me think of how she was going to use that money and how much she had probably already collected. I told the enemy to shut up and get back. It did. Every time I bless someone and the enemy starts yapping negative speech, I tell it to be silent. It goes silent.
The enemy always has something negative to say when I’m trying to help someone else.
Over the past three weeks I blessed three people that I know with money, and literally the next day or two after blessing them, something happened where I had to pay for something important, and the enemy quickly said, “see if you hadn’t given that money to so-and-so…” and I find myself fighting back that temptation to listen to that voice. The enemy’s voice goes silent when I say, “God made it possible for me to bless others as He blesses me, so God will bless me with more to allow my cup to run over…” and then I say, “God will make a way….”
We have to align our minds and heart with God. When securely linked, there is no room for interference—the connection is too strong to be broken. It’s like having the best and strongest Internet connection possible. Communication would be seamless. The clarity would be crystal clear.
Father, I thank You for my blessings, and for those physical senses that allow me to take in Your land beyond comprehension and measurement—as You see fit. Thank You for my brain and mind, and for my heart. I know that when my mind and heart and perfectly aligned, my experiences are rewarding.