Too many people go through life without the will to become what they were meant to be. They look for this reason or that reason as to why they are stuck in the situation that they are in. Our egos would have us believe that our happiness is dependent on what is going on outside of us. The ego would challenge us that we cannot find peace and joy on our own. That is the great lie and the division between who we are and who we were actually meant to be. We were designed for greatness, but we must choose to will light into this world. For it is our will that creates light and it is light that drives away darkness. It is in this one simple choice that we choose to live with faith or we choose to relinquish joy to the whims of our circumstances.
I once heard prayer described as simply being in connection with the source. I love that definition! I love the idea that prayer is not about the words that we say or how often we say them. It is not about knowing a specific pattern of words or a certain time to pray. It is simply about being connected through the sprit to the source. It is being connected to the source of all creation that brings us peace. In that connection, we know what is real and we know what is not real. We know that we are the creators of light through the exercise of our will to choose peace. We know that it is in the creation of light that we fulfill the will of God for our lives. We know that we are here to show the pathway to salvation.
Today, my objective is to live in the light of peace. I will choose to be happy. I will choose to act upon the will that was given to me. I know that God's plan for my life is for me to be connected to the source. I know that I am saved and that I lead others toward the truth of salvation. My will is my choice and my choice is to be at peace.
To Your Success,
Jody N Holland
Jody is a writer, motivational speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur. He has been the keynote speaker at over 250 events around the world. Jody speaks more than 150 times per year at different programs, and he has given more than 10,000 speeches during his career.