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Lord Clear My Mind

Power of the law of attraction... how many of you believe it?

I woke up thinking about when I was younger it always worked for me.                                                        

It was all written in the Bible - there wasn't the The Secret book out at that time; I believed and received, but now, not so much. I think it's because my mind is all over the board and I can't focus on anything too long before my mind is on all the things that I don't want to think about. Such as, one car is down and in the shop, my daughter uses my car for school and work - I need a car! The built in microwave is broken, need a new one, ( to zap my coffee) but I don't want to put money in a microwave when I need a car. Also, there's a mile long list of things that I need to do to my home - it's a money pit! How many more sweepstakes do I have to enter before I get a home makeover, and I'm still waiting for Ellen DeGeneres to send me my car.

I'm exhausted thinking about it all, but I can't seem to stop. When I have my moments of silence to meditate and pray, all of the above floods my mind once again. So my goal for me this weekend is to clear my mind and focus on the word of God - you know he's always speaking to us, we just don't always hear him because we're not really listening.                                                                                                                                                    

I'm raising my cup of coffee and toasting to a clear mind and a open heart.

Have a Safe and Happy Saturday!!!!

Isaiah 43:2
When you go through deep waters, I will be with you. When you go through rivers of difficulty, you will not drown. When you walk through the fire of oppression, you will not be burned up; the flames will not consume you. (NLT)


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