We continue our study of Catherine Ponder's The Prospering Power of Prayer and look at Chapter 5 Prayer in Pictures.
Here is a preview of some of the ideas we will discuss this weekend:
You can picture a thing and bring it through
Rather than trying to reason it through or force it through.
You can hasten your good through picturing!
Results have to be planned.
Prosperity is a planned result.
When we visualize with the help of a Wheel of Fortune
We are really praying and imaging our good;
We are changing the current of our thinking
From negative to positive,
From despair to hope,
From discouragement to encouragement.
Keep quiet about what you are picturing,
so that you will not talk your good away.
Easter symbolizes the final overcoming in the Bible story of man's journey into light. It represents the triumph of Spiritual Consciousness over the last Outer Intimidation of man.
An adequate faith in your own ability and distinctive individuality, coupled with your faith in God, gives you strength to face life “square on”, and not retreat. You do have “what it takes”! God has built it into your inmost being. Go forth in confidence now, to claim the good new things that await you as an unbound, fearless child of God with whom all things are possible!”
On Easter Sunday when greeted with:
“Christ has Risen!” respond “Surely Christ has Risen in You!”
All things are possible!