I NO LONGER INDULGE IN NEGATIVES
“We lie open on one side to the deeps of spiritual nature, to the attributes of God. Justice we see and know, Love, Freedom, Power.”
The spirit of the Lord is within me, and I am resolved to live positively. The Bible states that man is the image of a perfect God. Therefore, I must have the potential of perfection, and this perfection must be positive. I now align myself with the positive side of life. It is divinely natural to be positive, optimistic and expectant of good. These are the bases of all healing, for they are the way God works through me. If God is my life, then I should express health. If God is my supply, then I should express abundance and freedom in finance. I have faith that these ideas are true, and that they now act for me.
No one causes me to worry, nothing causes me to fear. All evil is wrong self-indulgence. As an individualized center of Divine Operation, I can no longer afford the luxury of fear and worry. I refuse to pay their price, for God’s free faith is mine to use without cost. It offers Itself to me without stint, and I accept it with joy. I know that my right thinking controls my destiny. I know that the key to all experience is in my own consciousness. I set my thinking on the Truth and I do not waiver for a single moment. I am steadfast in my loyalty to Him who made me of Himself.
God loves the positive person, for then all of Mind has a free outlet for Its Ideas. Knowing this, I become the person God loves, and all right action uses me as a center of distribution. To me comes the Holy Purpose, and from me flows the healing power. I heal myself and others. I think health, act as health, and speak health at all times. I am no longer sick, tired or worn out. God in me is positive life, health and vitality. I radiate the positive. I rejoice in the power of right thinking. My whole experience is now changed into greater good, and my thinking expands it forevermore. I dedicate my mind to His, and I rejoice in positive results.
Taken from “Richer Living” by Ernest Holmes and Raymond Charles Barker