Success at all levels is governed by spiritual laws. The right understanding and application of spiritual laws will guarantee success. Today, I want to talk to you about one such law: The Law of Use.

The Law of Use can be stated as follows: The more a thing is used and enjoyed, the more abundantly there is to be used and enjoyed. The converse is true: The less a thing is used and enjoyed, the less of it there is to be used and enjoyed.

The Law of Use operates under a two-fold principle. Therefore, to have more and enjoy more, you must practice the following:

First, use what you already have. This includes everything you own, from your cellphone to the shoes you bought for Christmas. Use it often. Act like there’s always more for you to use. The more you use something, you’re showing appreciation for it. And, what you appreciate tends to appreciate. Not only that, what you appreciate will appreciate you.

As an example, if you have 20 pairs of shoes, wear them often. If you must wear a different pair of shoes every day, so be it. It’s nobody’s business. The things in your life are there to serve you. Let them feel your presence often. Let them feel the presence of their master. If you have something you hardly use, let others have it. The key is to keep things in motion. The Law of Use demands that the things in our possession are put to use.

If you hold on to things without necessarily using them, you’ll inevitably create an energy of stagnation around you. You don’t want that.

Second, enjoy what you use. Feel truly happy when you use anything. When you drive your car, feel joyful about it. When you wear your shoes, feel the joy it brings you. When you buy something for yourself or another, feel the joy of purchasing power. Act like you always have enough money, and that the price of an item doesn’t scare or bother you.

Don’t be indifferent. If you’re indifferent to the things in your life, those things will be indifferent to you. The key is to feel joyful about anything you use to make your life meaningful. It’s the reason the Scripture says, “God loves a cheerful [joyful] giver” (2 Corinthians 9:7). The joy of giving is as important as the act of giving. Likewise, the joy of using something is as important as using the thing.

Remember, the Law of Use is what activates the Law of Abundance. This principle is illustrated in the Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30). The key lesson in the parable is summed up as follows: “to everyone who has, more will be given, and he will have abundance; but from him who does not have, even what he has will be taken away” (v. 29).

Abundant living is more about attitude than the amount in your bank account. An attitude of abundance is what channels the flow of abundance. To those who say, “God knows I don’t have much,” I say, please don’t put words in God’s mouth. God knows you more than you know yourself. He knows you’re rich, because He made you so, in His exact likeness. You’re rich; you just haven’t accepted yet that you’re rich.

To experience abundance, you must express abundance.

Apply the Law of Use in your life today. Use more and enjoy more of what you already have.

Love & Light


No Bad Days

You are the prophet of your own life. Say it: I AM the prophet of my own life. As a prophet, your words carry weight. Those who understand this are careful about what they say.

There’s no such thing as a ‘useless’ word. Your words will always return to you with a corresponding manifestation. Say it: My words will always return to me with a corresponding manifestation.

Knowing this, Jesus declared, “every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment” (Matthew 12:36). What seems idle in our eyes isn’t so in the vibrational or spiritual ream. Therefore, we all must reap the fruit of our words. The “day of judgment’ isn’t some future date far removed from now. No. We’re dealing with the consequences of our words right now, right here.

You’re not having a bad day because the day is bad. You’re having a bad day because you’re saying and thinking the day is bad. You can’t have a bad day, but you can create a bad day with your thoughts, words, and feelings. There are no bad days.

A day is just that, a day. It’s not the job of Tuesday or Friday to make you feel great. How you feel is your job, not the day’s. Understand, feeling is a choice.

Regardless of prevailing circumstances, you can choose to feel wonderful or choose to feel miserable. Neither hormones, the weather, your kids, your boss, nor the black cat can make you have a bad day. The day is what you make of it. You make the day. The day does not make you.

You are the boss of your feelings. Say it: I AM the boss of my feelings. As Rev. Frederick Eikerenkoetter used to say, “tell your feelings how to feel.”

Every day you wake up, understand that you’re the creator and prophet of your day. Don’t just hope for a good day. Create the kind of day you want. Be intentional about it.

As you get up from bed, take a few moments to speak, feel, and think positively about the day. With feelings of gratitude and with your eyes closed, you can say, for example:

 “I bless and sanctify this day. I call this day good. I feel grateful for this day. I feel wonderful. I am having a wonderful day today. I welcome [open your arms wide], accept and embrace all the blessings of love, joy, happiness, health, prosperity, and money that God has for me this day. It is so.”

You may not control what happens in the day, but you can always control how you feel about what happens.

Say good things about your day, no matter what. Use your prophetic power to steer your life in the direction you want. The more good you speak, the more good you’ll draw to you.

No more “I’m having a bad day.” Say, rather, “Goodness and mercy follow me all the days of my life.”

Love & Light



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