Friday, June 27, 2008

Prove Me Now

Prove me now, saith the Lord of hosts.

Metaphysically, this means: Prove the Law. Prove the Law exists. Prove the Law exists to yourself. Prove the Law exists to manifest your Good for you. You only need to convince yourself that the Law exists. It exists to create for you, through you.

I had an experience just the other day with this. I was trying to log onto the internet and the software I use somehow got corrupt. I tried uninstalling it and re-installing it. Error messages. I tried uninstalling that version and installing a different version. More error messages. I cleaned up my hard drive and ran a diagnostic check. Everything was fine. No bugs, no fixes.

I attempted to install the software for the third time. Then I stopped for a minute. I had my doubts that this would work. After all, the check found nothing wrong to fix. And I was about to do nothing different installing the software for the third time. I have to admit I was holding my breath a bit to see if this would actually work.

As I launched the software, still apprehensive, still in doubt, I said out loud "Prove me now, saith the Lord of hosts." In other words, I was saying to the Law, prove yourself. Prove you listen to me. Prove you work.

And wouldn't you know it ..... the software launched with no error messages, got me onto the internet and I was able to do what I needed to do!!

It is hard to describe what I was feeling at that moment. I was shaking my head in pure delight and awe. The Law did prove itself to me. It proved it can and did create my good for me.

Oh me of little faith! I was so delighted it worked and at the same time, shaking my head because it worked even when I had some doubt. That is how powerful the Law is.

I was always taught that doubt prevents a demonstration. But I had a demonstration even with my doubt. Maybe despite my doubt.

So what does this mean? It means the Law is more powerful than my doubt. God is bigger than my doubt. I will never doubt that fact again!

Until next time,

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