Fighting for your dreams isn’t always easy – but it’s worth it – and so are you!! Yes, You Deserve “The Best” (whatever that means to you)! Whatever our definition of The Best is – the Universe offers it and we must BE Worthy enough to receive it!!

GOD is ALREADY aware of our worth – which is why “He” gave us these desires in the first place. {Psalm 37:4} It is ALWAYS GO(o)D Wisdom to remind ourselves, that we are worthy of the things – that we desire most in life.

Especially when our dreams, goals, desires, needs or wants seem impossible; and hard to come by. It is during those times that we must FIGHT FOR OUR DREAMS!!  Remember:  YOU ARE WORTHY!! And in the good fight of fight – there will be times that we – are required to fight – even though our best desires are ALREADY ours. Sounds like a contradiction but it’s not.  Life is a paradox; and when we put of fight – God “begins to fight for us” (for lack of a better term).  {Exodus 14:14 / 2 Chronicles 20:17}  

“Fight for your dreams, and your dreams will fight for you!” ~Paulo Coelho

The whole wisdom  🔑🔑 is this: Never settle for nothing less, count yourself out or play yourself small – and be willing to fight for what – you’re Worthy For!!! NOTE: This doesn’t prove anything to God – only Yourself!!!

Today’s Winning Affirmation:I AM Worthy of All my Dreams and Desires!”

Scripture(s) for Today: 

  • Deuteronomy 20:4 (NIV)For the Lord your God is the one who goes with you to fight for you against your enemies to give you victory.
  • 1 Timothy 6:12A (NIV)Fight the good fight of the faith.

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The Secret 3-Step Process (part 2)

“Believing and being are one. The conceiver and his conception are one. Therefore, that which you conceive yourself to be can never be so far off as even to be near, for nearness implies separation. “If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.” Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not yet seen. If you assume that you are that finer, nobler one you wish to be, you will see others as they are related to your high assumption.”~Neville Goddard

Walk With God2In my last post I briefly discussed my secret formula for the manifestation process. And if you read it – you might be thinking to yourself – that ASSUME is inferior to BELIEF. Allow me to clarify what I mean. You see, ASSUME is the root word of ASSUMPTION – and this not just your typical supposing, speculating or taking something for granted (because we know what happens when we ASS-U-ME {lol}). It goes beyond that.

Assumption is the Law of BE~ING! And in ACTION it means to appropriate FAITH as to become one with your desire! As co-creators, whether consciously or unconsciously – are constantly using the Spirit of God. You see, the Spirit of God is an ACTION that is manifested into our world via our imagination. In other words, thoughts don’t become things – THOUGHTS ARE THINGS! And you and become the very thing that we imagine. In the world of ACTION there is no separation between – BEING (YOU in your essence) and Imagination.  Now once we take on the role or ASSUME the Spirit behind the thought or imagination – that thought or imagination then is clothed as our life experiences, circumstances and events.

Simply put, you and your desire(s) are one.  You may be wondering, why is it that I don’t get my desires?    Or I prayed, visualized, said affirmations, asked, believed….but; I haven’t received…why is that? Because, we do not ASSUME! Assumption is the missing piece. As long as we continue to relate to G~D as an external Father (and not the indwelling Spirit) – we alienate ourselves from ASSUMING our responsibility to Co-Partner with G~D in the manifestation process.

What do I mean? As long we continue to ASSUME that the Father (GOD) will take care of everything; then we abandon our role in appropriating the FAITH needed to manifest our desires.  Assumption means imagining Co-Partnering with the God of Universe to bring about a desired end. Can you imagine that?!

Assume that not only are you and God are one –but that you and your desires are one with God! Appropriating FAITH (to rely on by an inward certainty) – in this Assumption means, to consciously bring yourself, to state of BEING that which God desires to experience, in and through you! It’s really not complicated – the fact that you have the desire – means that God desires to experience that desire it in your BEING!

Take a good look at the life around you. What are your intentions? What are your desires? Assumption is done when our “human” (Divine) faculties of imagination express the feelings of experiencing – right now -the fulfillment of our desires – regardless of or contrary to what you BELIEVE or see on the outside. What you believe and see, may reveal a fact in your life; but that is not the TRUTH concerning you. {Jeremiah 29:11}

This is why the spiritual tools of Praise and Gratitude are soooo important. The ACTION of Gratitude brings our focus, attention and intention (i.e. the Spirit of God) into the present – empowering our lives with many benefits and blessings.

Let the others continue to ask, believe, and receive – but you know better – and once you know better you do better – all you have to do is assume, have faith, and praise


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Five Lessons for Our Lives

MATTHEW 25:14-30

Here are five lessons the Parable of the Talents can teach us about work, success, and wealth:

1. First, this parable teaches us that success is a product of our work.  

In the book of Genesis we see that God placed Adam in the garden to work it and take care of it. We were made to work. As Christians we have a mission that our Lord expects us to accomplish in the here and now.

Far too many evangelical Christians today see their salvation as simply a “bus ticket to heaven.” They believe it doesn’t matter what they do while they “wait for the bus.” The Parable of the Talents teaches us what we are supposed to do while we await the return of our King.

We are to work, using our talents to glorify God, serve the common good, and further God’s kingdom. Biblical success is working diligently in the here and now using all the talents God has given us to produce the return expected by the Master.

2. The Parable of the Talents teaches that God always gives us everything we need to do what he has called us to do.

Have you ever wondered what a talent is worth in today’s dollars? It is hard to know for sure, yet whatever its exact value, in the New Testament a talent indicates a large sum of money, maybe even as much as a million dollars in today’s currency.

We are tempted to feel sorry for the servant who received only one talent, but in reality he received as much as a million dollars from the master and buried it in his back yard. He was given more than enough to meet the master’s expectations.

Just as the master expected his servants to do more than passively preserve what has been entrusted to them, so God expects us to generate a return by using our talents towards productive ends. The servants were given enough to produce more – it is the same with the gifts God has given us. The Apostle Paul writes in Ephesians 2:10:

For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. 

We seldom associate this verse with our work, but we should.

3. The Parable of the Talents teaches that we are not all created equal.

The most overlooked part of this parable is the second half of verse fifteen: the master gives to each servant talents, “…each according to his ability.” The master understood that the one-talent servant was not capable of producing as much as the five-talent servant.

We want to protest this as unfair. Yet we know this is true from our own experience. Diversity is woven into the fabric of creation.

But even though we’re not created equal in regard to the talents we’re given, there is equality found in the Parable of the Talents. It comes from the fact that it takes just as much work for the five-talent servant to produce five more talents as it does the two-talent servant to produce two more talents.

This is why the reward given by the master is the same. The master measures success by degrees of effort, as should we.

4. The Parable of the Talents teaches that we work for the Master, not our own selfish purposes. 

The money that is given to the servants is not their own. The money they earn with the capital is not theirs to keep. The servants are only stewards of the master’s investment, and it is the quality of their stewardship that the master seeks to measure.

We should maximize the use of our talents not for our own selfish purposes, but to honor God. We know that we work in a fallen world. Because of the curse of sin, our work will be difficult. But we should feel satisfaction and joy from doing our best with what God has given us in the place where his providence puts us, seeking to succeed in order to honor him.

5. The Parable of the Talents shows that we will be held accountable. 

The Parable of the Talents is not about salvation or works righteousness, but about how we use our work to fulfill our earthly callings. It is about whole-life stewardship, or “Stewardship with a capital ‘S‘.”

The unfaithful steward in this parable didn’t so much waste the master’s money – he wasted an opportunity. As a result, he was judged wicked and lazy. We are responsible for what we do for God with what we have been given, and one day we will be held responsible.

What we hear from the Master on that day is up to us.

written by: Hugh Whelchel for Faith Magazine 


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Dwayne B. Neal – Team N.A.M.E.S.
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The Paradox of Activity and ACTION!

“…Have you ever played with magnets? If you have then you may have noticed there is an attractive energy on one side of the magnet that pulls them together. If you let both of the magnets go at the same time you will notice both of the magnets are moving (Action) towards each other. As one magnet moves (taking Action), the other magnet moves (taking Action). 


Thus, it is very much like this when you are using the Law of Attraction to manifest something you want. As you move (taking Action) towards what you want, it will move towards you. Once you clearly identify what you want, I encourage you to take small action steps towards what you want and pay attention how what you want moves towards you as you move towards it. It will happen if You Take the Action.” ~Michael Brown 

Most people are under the impression – that ACTION is “Doing stuff” – however, authentic ACTION is a State of BE-ingFrom a Kabbalistic point of view – our very existence is in the World of Action. What we, refer to as ACTION is really just activity; or better yet said: ACTION is the experience of an activity.  You might be thinking, why get into semantics?!  Aren’t you just splitting hairs – activity and action – are really both the same thing..right?! You’re right… (and ‘wrong’)!

Herein, lies the paradox. Paradoxes are statements, that by all appearances, seem to contradict themselves – and yet both are factual. Here’s what I mean: 

Let’s say for example, that you desire and intend, to have a million dollars – and you hope to accumulate this money – within a particular timeframe. So now, you begin to “do stuff” (activity); You visualize, say affirmations, visit million dollar homes, put yourself in “the millionaire feeling” for 12 seconds, go to expensive car lots…etc. You do all this stuff – and then…when that certain time arrives…you realize – that you didn’t acquire the million dollars that you’ve intended and worked for! As matter of fact – your circumstances may have even gotten worse!!!

Why is that?! Because, in order to have a million dollars – you must first BE a millionaire! Again, BE-ING is your ACTION; and if your consciousness is not that of BE-ing a Millionaire – then we WILL NOT – experience having a million dollars – regardless what you do!

One of the parables, that Jesus gave to describe the kingdom, is: The Parable of the Sower. Jesus begins this simple parable, by saying, “a sower [ACTION] went out to sow [ACTIVITY] …”

We get so caught up in the semantics of the seeds, the folds and the terrain – that we overlook the authentic conveyance of this simple principle: A SOWER went out TO SOW…not Reap, Glean, or Till…but, this person only did an activity that was in alignment with his ACTION (Consciousness of Being). In fact, Christ told his disciples – that if they couldn’t grasp the keys (to the kingdom), within the Parable of the Sower – then they would not understand any other parable!!! {See Mark 4:13 and Luke 8:10} The bottom line is this:

“Life is a paradox – we only become that which we already are!”Dwayne B. Neal

Simply put:  SOWERS (ACTION) SOW (ACTIVITY) BECAUSE THAT’S WHAT SOWERS DO! It’s in their very nature; and as a point of principle – we can’t become, until we first BE

Very interest paradox (to say the least) – but, we must keep in mind – that Consciousness (aka ACTION) comes first – and then comes the activity or experience. Just because you’re doing something, doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re taking or in ACTION. As redundant as this sounds, you must first BE before you can DO or HAVE…remember this, — and you will not become like those who are just doing stuff, just for the sake of doing something; [or] as Paul said in 1 Corinthians 9:26 … like those who are just beating against the air!! 

Sometimes our activities (what we call taking action) – can be put in the same category as ‘wishing or hoping’; because what we’re doing doesn’t line up with who we desire to be. Activities can only be ACTION – when these activities are in alignment with the nature of the BEING that we desire! 

To DO this, we just BE! If you can’t “do that” (which includes 99% of the human population) – may I suggest, that you simply affirm, “I AM Prosperity!” Say this over and over until the nature of Prosperity – seeps into your subconscious – and becomes your outward experience. Yeah, there is a bit more to the process of BE-coming – but for now, consistent – repetitive I AM Affirmations will suffice.

Now, it’s also very important to note, that PROSPERITY, is a Definite State of Being (ACTION or CONSCIOUSNESS); and has absolutely nothing, to do with a dollar amount. PROSPERITY is the ACTION – that grows and expands right along with the Universe. This expansion includes riches, abundance, wealth or whatever other State that we desire. Futhermore, we can embody PROSPERITY – just as much as we can – that of a SOWER — neither depended on outside conditions (i.e. seeds, thorns, 30 folds…etc.) to aid or assist in just BEING! This is why in the above example, I suggested that we simply, affirm “I AM PROSPERITY!” Without, a dollar amount or specific time. Again, PROSPERITY represents a definite State of Being – and as long as you’re in this State – you will automatically prosper. It’s the nature of PROSPERITY to PROSPER! Meanwhile, on another hand – you can have millions – and still not prosper – yes, there is a difference.

The great thing about life is – we get to choose whatever State of Being (aka ACTION) that we desire – and as long – as we maintain, the consciousness of this desire – then our activities and experiences will ALWAYS demonstrate this!!! A SOWER went out to SOW…and didn’t concern himself – with trying to acquire the outward effects (the seeds, the folds, the terrain, the million dollars etc.)…he just SOWED and allowed the Universe to take care of the rest! 


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Father Knows Best!

My LifeIt is only our desire to anthropomorphize God that has us think that God’s mind works like our own. ~James C. Wilhelm

Since ‘His'(?) ways are past finding out {Romans 11:33} – we have no other option but to allow God to have ‘His'(?) way in all our decisions, goals, dreams, desires, or aspirations. God is going to have ‘His'(?) way anyway, however, the mistake we make is in trying to figure “how” an experience will come about in our lives.

Let us forget “how”, and the rest of the entails; life is simple: JUST TRUST GOD!!! Since ‘His'(?) ways and thoughts are most definitely higher than ours {Isaiah 55:8-9}…in fact, God doesn’t “think” at all! (‘He'(?) left that up to us).

The choices made by our conscious mind – will not always result in a “favorable” outcome. I use the word “favorable” in quotes – for the simple fact that everything works together for our good and in our favor {Romans 8:28} – regardless if we recognize this truth or not!! 

Even if we don’t always get what we want; we always get exactly what we need! So our job should not be – to figure out “how” something is going to come about – but our actions should only be geared toward seeking out Gods’ will for our lives. 

So if you desire to manifest without side effects – Trust God – for Father Knows Best!! Again, let’s not worry ourselves with the “hows” of life. In manifesting our goals the only thing we need to know is what steps are instructed to us by God {Proverbs 3:6} – and from there, knowledge of the next steps will reveal itself – in due time. 


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Having trouble creating Abundance?

Abundance is all around you.

Simply look at how many leaves are on a tree, grains of sand are at a beach, or granules of sugar are in your kitchen cabinet.

Thousands, millions, even trillions.

When we see the world as the abundant place it is, you will begin to create abundance in your life.

In a difficult time, prosperity scriptures can help us believe for and claim the life of abundance that is lying just behind the difficulties we are experiencing right now.

In spite of what our eyes may tell us, let us believe we are held in the arms of an God of abundance; a God who encompasses everything and knows no lack.

Let us give thanks that we are not limited to the world we have known up until now.

How have I used prosperity scriptures?

None of these prosperity scriptures are specifically about money.
They are about abundance.

I had a life where I could not feed myself and was not sure that someone would turn up to feed me.
I used these encouraging bible verses to claim a life where I was better physically cared for…first by others…and then, even better,…I am now able to physically care for myself.

I had a life where I had to count, not so much every penny, but every movement.
I used these encouraging bible verses to claim a life where I have enough energy and use of my muscles.

I had a life where I had so little time that I had to time everything I did with a timer so as not to exceed the limits of my body, and maintain its ability to function.
I used these encouraging bible verses to claim a life where I have time to do what I love to do.

These prosperity scriptures help us to cultivate belief in a God of supreme abundance who provides.

 Scripture References for Prosperity:

  • Ephesians 3:20
  • John 10:10
  • Psalms 37:25-26
  • Psalms 1:3
  • Psalms 36:8 


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