March 30, 2019

What You Imagine Is Lost Will Reveal Something Even Better!

A few weeks ago I scoured our book shelves for a book I knew I had, but could not find. I even had other members of our family look and no one saw it. Yesterday I was searching for another book and what did I find, the book that would not reveal itself previously. Finding that book is still of value. It would appear timing is what is most important in this situation.

This reminded me of the parables of Jesus found in Luke 15 of the lost sheep, the lost coin and the lost son. There was joy and celebration in these stories when what was lost had been found. How do we respond when something we desire is not immediately found? Do we give up, or we simply move forward with life? Our actions will speak louder than our words and in fact it might be wise in those moments to shut up. What is the point in declaring, “I will never find it,” or “it’s gone forever,” other than to prove yourself correct by putting out the vibration, I will never find it, or gone forever.

I once was separated from my phone in a hotel in Los Angeles. It was a high end Blackberry smart phone which I never did recover. There was no point in being negative about the situation. I am currently using a really nice, very inexpensive phone and pay a small monthly fee for the blackberry hub, which I really like. I have been waiting for the information release later today on the new K1 Impulse phone, with voice over block chain protocols from Karatbars International. If I like the specs I see, I will likely move to the new technology. If you would like information on this new phone, message me and I would love to share it with you.

How often do we allow something which happens in our life to rob us of our joy, because we lose sight of something and think it is lost, or gone forever. Perhaps what we think is gone, is only a process towards opening a path for something better to enter our life. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 reminds us, “Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” The Apostle Paul did not say give thanks for, but give thanks in. There is a difference and it would be good to consider this in our journey of life.

Take the time to give thanks often, to SEE the difference it can make. It will shift your mindset, elevate your energetic awareness and enhance the quality of your life. What You Imagine Is Lost Will Reveal Something Even Better!

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