Watch Your Words

Lesson 13


Prosperity Made E-Z
By Rev. John W. Adams
Lesson Thirteen –
Watch Your Words

Ten Things to Remember about Demonstrating Prosperity

Prosperity Principle:  Speaking only words of prosperity and abundance produces prosperity and abundance.

It pays to watch your words.  There is a story of a college professor who was berating his students for something.  Finally, he said, “If there is a moron in this room, would he or she please stand up?”  Several minutes went by and then a student, in the back of the room, rose slowly to his feet.  “Do you mean to tell me,” said the professor, “that you are a moron?”

The student hesitated for a moment and then replied, “No, I just hated to see you standing there all by yourself.”

Watch your words.  To experience greater prosperity, do not speak words such as, “I can’t afford it,” “I am poor”, or, “money is scarce.”

Myrtle Fillmore, co-founder of Unity School of Practical Christianity, wrote:  “When you talk and talk ‘hard times,’ you are sowing ‘hard times’ seeds.  By the sure law of growth and yield, what kind of harvest will you reap?

“Discard words that have in them the idea of poverty and select carefully the words that hold the idea of plenty.  Never make an assertion, no matter how true it may look on the surface, that you do not want continued or reproduced in your life.  Do not say that money is scarce; the very statement of such a thought will send money fleeing from your fingers.

“Begin right now to talk plenty, think plenty, give thanks for plenty.  Turn the great energy of your thought upon ‘plenty ideas,’ and you will have plenty, no matter what people about you are saying.”

You grow into a wealth consciousness by building into your mentality the idea of wealth and abundance.

Dr. Joseph Murphy wrote:  “Repeat for about five minutes daily, “Wealth – Success.”  These words have tremendous power.  They represent the inner power of your subconscious mind.  Anchor your mind on this substantial power within you; then conditions and circumstances corresponding to their nature and quality will manifest in your life.  The feeling of wealth produces wealth; keep this in mind at all times.  Your subconscious mind is like a bank, a sort of universal financial institution.  It magnifies what you deposit or impress upon it.”

Make sure your mental deposits (spoken words) are of rich quality and wealthy in nature and in keeping with the greater prosperity you want to experience.  Spoken words are an integral part of the Law of Attraction.  In speaking words, you move substance and make a difference some where in some way.  Above all, you make a difference within yourself and upon the conditions of your life.  When you speak positive, prospering words, you may expect your financial condition to change for the better.  By putting feeling into your prosperity affirmations, it hastens your rich good to you.

Prosperity Affirmation:  I live, right now, in God’s kingdom of infinite riches, and I am always abundantly prospered.

Action:  Listen to what you are saying.  Listen to what you are telling yourself.  Change every negative thought and word to positive and prospering.

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Ten Things to Remember about Demonstrating Prosperity 

1. The mental process necessary to a greater income is a matter of recognition, acceptance, and belief.  This mental experience must precede any material manifestation.

2. Supply is fundamentally an invisible thing; it is the receiving into your consciousness the Spirit of God, which created all things from the beginning and out of which all things are formed.

3. The metaphysical method of demonstrating prosperity is to put prospering ideas to work.

4. Poverty is a state of mind.  It is caused by negative beliefs, fear, and belief in limitation.

5. You overcome poverty by knowing that God is the source and your consciousness of God is your supply.

6. Look not to the world of things, persons, and places in solving a problem of supply, but look within your own consciousness.

7. You master the sense of want by building an inner sense of plenty; by focusing your attention on the vast, unlimited resources of God within and all around you.

8. You can have anything you desire if you believe that you already have it.

9. Prosperity is not a matter of education, training, working, saving, investing, struggling, or denying yourself.  It is getting into harmony with the spiritual Laws of Prosperity and thinking and living in harmony with those Laws.

10. The permanent source of prosperity lies in your power to possess and to mold in your thought the Universal God Substance.

Copyright 2011 John Wolcott Adams.  All rights reserved.

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