Breaking Bread for 10.30.19

Scripture

For what a man thinks, he is.

Proverbs 23:7

Reflection

There’s a saying that, “what you think about you bring about”. Our thoughts and speech are powerful. We can either speak and think of a prosperous future or a bleak existence. Our words and thoughts are energy that come from within. What type of energy do you want to put out there?

I’m about to board an airplane to head home to California, and I’m mindful of my thoughts, as it’s easy to fear the what-ifs. The anxiety of my ER visit last week wants to jump in and stir things up inside of me. But I’m inspired by the comforting feeling that God always has me even when I feel astray, lost, or alone.

I rather focus on the goodness, positivity, and greatness. I am more than fine and okay. I will have a safe and relaxing flight to and from California. I will have an amazing time with family and friends. All is well. All will be well.

Happy birthday shout outs to Debra Collins and Shante Broadus.

Prayer

Father I pray for clear, positive, loving thoughts about myself and others. Let me be rid of negativity, fear, and darkness.

Love,

Natasha

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 4.16.19

Scripture

For as he thinks in his heart, so is he.

Proverbs 23:7 NKJV

Reflection

There’s a saying attributed to Bob Proctor, that, “what you think about you bring about”.

Our thoughts and speech are powerful. We can either speak and think of a prosperous future or a bleak existence. Our words and thoughts are energy that come from within.

What type of energy do you want to put out there and see manifest?

Do the words and thoughts glorify God and bring you closer to Him? If not, you may want to reconsider them and choose instead to blot them right out of your space. Don’t expend energy on them. Don’t invest them into any situation or person. Simply let them go to fade away, or shut them down like a swift slamming of a door. Whatever you do, don’t give them your energy or they will grow in power and strength—leaving you to speak and act in a way that does everything but glorify God.

By giving negative thoughts energy, you drain yourself of your reserves. Speaking those thoughts then blocks positive energy from coming in to replenish the reserves and provide you with excess. You’re killing yourself and don’t even know it. Stop it!

Prayer

Father I pray for clear, positive, loving thoughts about myself and others. Let me be rid of negativity, fear, and darkness. Let me think and speak words that generate positive energy, so that I may always glorify and honor You.

As a believer of Your Word and Your son, Jesus Christ, I humbly pray for the discernment, strength, and courage to properly channel my thoughts and speech to be in alignment with You. Amen.

Love,

Natasha

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.8.14

Keep the Right Things in Your Life

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE
“For as he thinks in his heart, so is he…”
(Proverbs 23:7, NKJV)

TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
God created us as visual beings. It’s so important that we create the right image in our minds because the way we see ourselves is what we move toward. Visualization is simply seeing yourself the way you want to be. It’s creating a picture in your mind of accomplishing your goals, overcoming your obstacles, and fulfilling your God-given destiny. Our imagination is extremely powerful. The way we see ourselves in these pictures that we create, over time, will not only drop down into our spirit, but if we continue to dwell on them, they get into our subconscious mind. Once something is in the subconscious, it’s just like gravity; it pulls us toward it. All these internal forces are released, and more often than not, we become just like we’ve imagined.

If you’ll create a picture in your imagination of something you want, a dream coming to pass, a business succeeding, a picture of yourself healthy and whole; if you’ll keep that image in front of you, that’s what you’ll move toward. If you keep the Word of God in front of you, that’s what will come forth out of you. Keep the right things in your mind and the right things in your life!

A PRAYER FOR TODAY
Father, thank You for creating me in Your image. Thank You for my imagination and for the ability to change my life by meditating on Your Word. Help me to keep Your truth before me always so I can walk and live in the path You have for me in Jesus’ name. Amen.
— Joel & Victoria Osteen

Questions of the Day
1. What image do you most often see when you think of yourself and your life?
2. How do you deal with negative images that pop into your mind?
3. What do you desire most out of life?
4. Do you see yourself in that role, possessing those things, being that person?
5. If not, what’s blocking your vision? What are you going to do about it?

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Love always,
Natasha

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