The problem with most self-development programs is that they leave out the most important part – your need for a connection to divine help. They focus on “self”-sufficiency and “will” power, instead of teaching that the “self” is insufficient and the “will” should be surrendered to divine power.
Faith is Energy! We are all affected by this unseen power called energy! The Bible teaches that unseen things are only comprehended by faith. Paul taught the Hebrews that: “Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” (Heb 11:1)
Notice, faith has to do with the unseen world – the spiritual world. What Paul might have been trying to say is that, faith is an actual unseen substance, or we could say that, faith is actually an unseen energy with the power (or frequency) to connect us to the things we hope for, but are not seen. Energy is the unseen evidence of the goodness of God.
Faith is spiritual energy we send out that resonates with the energy of your divine purpose.
Faith in a higher power is an absolutely essential part of personal transformation. All real change works from the inside out. We are spiritual beings having a mortal experience, not the other way around. Any real change must first and foremost be spiritual. Real and lasting change requires an exercise of faith.
“Our thoughts and expectations wield tremendous power and influence in our lives. We don’t always get what we deserve in life, but we usually get no more that we expect; we receive what we believe. Unfortunately, this principle works as strongly in the negative as it does in the positive”. (Osteen, Your Best life Now, 72)
Choose faith instead of fear! Expect good things to happen! Occasionally, you will be tempted to think discouraging thoughts, like, “I’m never going to make it; my problems are just too great, they’re insurmountable.”
Choose each morning to say “good things are going to happen today. It’s going to be a great day! I’m excited about today.” Expect circumstances to change in your favor. Expect to be in the right place at the right time. Our expectations set the boundaries for our lives.