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Speaking Things into Existence

Speaking Things into Existence

Another example of "saying it exists" when you first start a relationship is: You're learning more about each other, and when you think it's getting serious, you start making plans for the future.


    The laws of attraction and expression include the ability to turn things into reality. The Law of Attraction and Appearance is not a biblical principle and Christians should not use it. The principle of expression is that you can use your words to bring things into reality. People's aspirations, desires and dreams are the most common things they try to "talk about life".

    According to the law of attraction and manifestation, our words have the ability to express anything we want. For example, if you want to get your ideal job, all you need to do is talk positively about getting your dream job.

    "We simply talk enough about what we want and it happens in time!" “The Wise Queen,” Kelsey Aida, speaks about expressing your goals. In other words, anything can be made into reality by repeating the same positive affirmations.

    According to the Bible, we cannot speak of things as beings. God is the only one who has the power to bring things into existence. God created the entire universe with His Word (Genesis 1:1-31). Light, water, heaven, and everything else came into being because of his word. When God says “Let there be” or “Let there be…” it is so (Genesis 1:1-24).

    He can do this because God is God. He is the Lord Creator and the great “I AM” (Exodus 3:13-14). (Revelation 4:11). God has given us the possibility of creation, but we cannot speak in reality. Because we are created in God's image, man stands out among God's other creatures (Genesis 1:26).

    Animals, insects, and the world were not all created in the image of God, but all humans were. We have emotions, cognition, and morality, which means we have emotions, intelligence, and morality. We can use our intelligence to make things with our hands, such as houses, inventions, or works of art. Still, we can't just say a few magic words and make these things pop up.

    You could sit on the ground every day and try to say that a home exists, but you will be wasting your time. God has given us amazing abilities, including creativity and imagination, but He has not given us the ability to speak the truth.

    Does the Bible contain the concept of revelation?

    Teachers of prosperity, such as those who believe in the laws of attraction and manifestation, believe that everyone can achieve godlike abilities or become mini-gods. These fake instructors claim that this talent can make things exist.

    This is a false doctrine, and true Bible teachers in authority disagree with it. According to the Bible, we cannot speak a word as reality. “If the Lord does not command, who can say and do it?” Lamentations 3:7 asks. It will not happen unless God has already decided it.

    Likewise, praying does not guarantee that God will answer all our petitions. God answers supplications according to his divine will.

    This is the confidence we have when we come to God. If we pray according to his will, he will hear us. And if we know that he hears us no matter what we ask, we know that we have what we ask (1 John 5:14-15).

    This suggests that God will not answer prayers with selfish purposes.

    But some prayers we ask with good intentions are not answered because some supplications are not in God's plan. You can pray for your loved one's recovery, but you can pray for them to die or get married, but you can remain single for the rest of your life.

    Both of these prayers are respectable and they are not appropriate to pray, but God may not answer them because they are not in accordance with His will for your life. There is no guarantee that God will answer our prayers for anything we pray for, but there is a guarantee that all our requests will be heard (John 9:31). As we submit our petitions to Jesus' lordship, we will learn to pray in a way that is more consistent with His will than our own.

    Some erroneous teachers interpret Mark 11:24 and suggest that humans have the ability to bring things into existence. “Therefore, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours,” says Mark 11:24. These words came from the mouth of Jesus as he spoke to his disciples.

    In this chapter of the Bible, Jesus does not mean that we can tell anything to be or that we can make anything out of nothing with our words. When we pray, Jesus essentially urges us to trust in God.

    As mentioned earlier, not all of our prayers are answered, but God will answer prayers we trust and pray according to His will. Only God can do the impossible.

    Jesus said to his disciples: “Truly I say to you, it is difficult for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.” Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.” When the disciples heard this, they were greatly astonished and said, “Who then will be saved? possible” (Matthew 19:23-26).

    Is it really possible to speak of things as beings?

    As Christians, we should avoid engaging in manifestation activities because these belief systems can mislead people. The concept of putting words into reality underpins the notion that we can do anything on our own. Not because our lives depend entirely on God.

    Our Almighty God is responsible for every breath we take in the morning. Although the world tries to make us believe, we are not self-sufficient. God and his mercy are the foundation of our entire existence and life. None of us would be alive today unless God created them, breathed life into them, and allowed oxygen to enter the lungs.

    Individuals may be tempted to adopt the wrong belief system because it looks as pleasant as “telling things as they are,” but this is simply wrong. Only the Lord God has the power to bring things into existence with a single breath. May we all fear and honor our great Creator (Psalm 21:13).

    Many of us regularly use words to describe our thoughts, feelings, and emotions. They too have to be careful. But your words are likely to do much more harm than what's going on in your head, because they can harm others. This means you have to be more careful around them.

    Knowing the words you use can make your life simpler and better. With the right choice of words, you can create your own enjoyment and comfort yourself and others. Your words have the power to boost your self-esteem, confidence and good energy.

    Colloquialisms are more relevant when expressed through the law of attraction. The words you say out loud are not just words. They are also the people you talk to yourself in your head. This reflects your feelings, thoughts and beliefs.

    It is the most effective way to increase energy vibration. This will eventually help align your energies with the energies of your goals, and it will come as a result.

    The power of words can bring things into existence.

    Using words to make things exist

    The power of words can work if you pay attention to a few things. Always remember that your ideas are speaking to yourself.

    • Put things in a favorable light.
    • Choose the appropriate term.
    • Pay particular attention to the following:
    • Consider the good.

    Negative self-talk is a bad habit.

    Make negative assumptions about people. If you project the wrong image of yourself, others will see you negatively. Get along with non-supportive, critical people.

    Setting goals and making them a reality is the essence of implementation. You start by scanning your thoughts to figure out what you want to express. There may be many wishes to come true, but you have to choose one thing that you really want and are passionate about.

    Once you've chosen what you want, you can focus your energy on it and start expressing yourself. If you use a current journal, write down your goals. One simple action added another element to the goal.

    We are using expressive strategies such as visualization and validation to deepen and reinforce our goals. Attention increases when imagining the future with your mind's eye or creating a vision board with images and phrases linked to your goals. Affirmations written or spoken out loud are more powerful when repeated.

    Giving your voice adds a new dimension to your goals. In doing so you increase your good energy and make your goal intentions clear to yourself and the universe.

    Maintaining your own aspirations has its own constraints. If you say it out loud, even if you listen to it alone, it has a significant effect. You are more dedicated and responsible for seeing things.

    Positive affirmations

    These simple, positive affirmations provide the ideal opportunity to express your desires. You can speak affirmations in your head, record them, listen to audio, watch videos, and even incorporate them into your vision board, but speaking out loud is the simplest, fastest and most effective way to repeat.

    Choose or frame your affirmations in a clear and concise manner. To make it more dramatic, use the present tense and add emotional adjectives. Choose one affirmation per day, memorize it, and say it as often as possible throughout the day.

    Mantra meditation is a type of meditation in which a passage is repeated over and over again.

    Meditation can help you relax your mind and focus on your goals. You can increase the power and influence of your meditations by adding mantras to your mix.

    Choosing a mantra that will help you focus and fit your goals is the first step in mantra meditation. Most people find it difficult to meditate regularly because it requires you to empty your mind and keep your mind still. On the other hand, chanting meditation is much simpler to perform because it allows you to focus on the mantra.

    Conclusion:

    As with affirmations, you can do this in a number of ways. Mentally take note of it or write it down. However, speaking out loud increases acceptance and reliability. You have greater confidence that your request has been sent into space and has been heard.

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    Jennifer Holloway

    Jennifer Holloway

    Jennifer Holloway lives in Denton, TX with her husband Rob. She has two adorable, rambunctious daughters and a husband who is patient, sweet and understanding. She’s also an avid reader who loves to write about the characters that inhabit her imagination. Holloway loves to spend time in the outdoors, with her family and friends, or reading. She has a degree in English with a minor in Philosophy from the University of North Texas.

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