This morning as I was thinking about supply, I thought how easy it is for us to believe that it comes from our employment, or spouse or some other entity other  than God.  The Truth is that gratitude is riches and that becomes apparent as we become more prosperous when we become more grateful for the good we already have.

The very last verse of  II Kings reads “And his allowance, a continual one, was given him by the king, every day a portion, for the rest of his life.”  So often, I replace “his” and “him” with “me” and “my”.  This can also replace the fear of a belief of lack in our thinking.

Gratitude is Riches Swallowtail


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