Sunday, February 15, 2009
We must be very careful in what we believe in. There is great power in one's beliefs. As they say, "you are the sum total of your belief." Let us observe nature for the elucidation of this point. The draco lizard can glide on water. Yet studies conducted by scientists and experts in animal anatomy have concluded that draco lizards could not walk on water. Another example is the bumble bee. It's body is unproportionately bigger than its tiny wings that scientists and experts concluded that it is impossible for bumble bees to fly. Impossible? Why not tell that to the draco lizards and the bumble bees. They are already powered by their beliefs and they defy the laws of nature and the wisest conclusions of the world's so called experts.
The power of belief works both ways- both positive and negative. So be very careful in what you believe in. Many a curses and witching spells do come true because the victims believe in their efficacy. Scientists and psychology experts say that we function only with about 10% of the potential of the mind. If we could but tap the unused 90% remaining, think of the incredible things we can do. That remaining 90% potential is lodged in our subconscious mind and there are times of extreme emergencies when this potential can be triggered to operate. We have heard of feats of superhuman efforts in times of emergency where a frail and seemingly unhealthy person could lift a weight 10 times its body weight just to save the life of a loved one from a smoldering fire.
The best thing to do is hook your faith (extreme belief) in the promises of God enunciated in the Bible and claim His promises for yourself. Believe in them with all your heart and see your life transformed from a mere spectator and reactionary to a wondrous eagle able to soar high in the atmosphere of God's love and protection against all harms. BELIEVE AND YOU CAN.
Tags: Miracle, Power, Belief, God, Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit, Faith, Bible, God's Promises, Eagle, Potential, Superhuman, Subconscious, Holistic, Transcendence
Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla