There is also collective-creation where we mass together in prayer and join our thoughts on one subject or idea. Another collective-creative source is our thoughts in general around the city, state, nation and world. What you think, say and do, does make a difference, as surely as if just you yourself were responsible. As a worst example, our collective thoughts create racism, hate, crime waves, wars, disease, sickness and cataclysmic events. As a best example, our collective thoughts create love, forgiveness, healing, happiness, ends to wars, cures for diseases and food for the hungry.

To improve your life, be truthful to yourself about your feelings and motivations, but also be positive about how God can work in your life and improve your situation for you. If you are negative, you will create walls between you and your creator that can and will make it more difficult for him to intervene. Be thankful for everything. E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G! Good or bad, you don’t know where that event may lead, so be thankful and positive and allow God to help you move forward.

Every prayer and creative thought, whether thought of or spoken, is answered instantly, however the response may vary depending upon what you prayed for. Pray for what God knows to be the best thing for you and you will never be disappointed. Pray on your own for a new car, a raise or for people around you to change, and you may be disappointed. You still might get them because of your own ability to create the situation, but they may not make you happy. Always pray for God’s will to be done in your life. If you really mean it, you will not be disappointed with the results.

Continued next week