The Manifestation of a Prayer

Manifestation refers to various pseudoscientific self-help strategies intended to bring about a personal goal, primarily by focusing one’s thoughts upon the desired outcome. The techniques are based on the law of attraction of New Thought spirituality.

Eight ways to manifest anything

  1. Be clear about what you want. …
  2. Figure out how what you want makes you feel. …
  3. Create a plan – and stick to it. …
  4. Practice gratitude and radical kindness. …
  5. Address limiting beliefs. …
  6. Trust the process. …
  7. Raise your vibration. …
  8. Don’t be afraid to receive and acknowledge signs from the universe. (God)
    The Lord my God sent me this in a dream. I woke up and had to get it down in writing so I didn’t forget.
    I was riding on a horse in the middle of two horses and we praised and worshipped the Lord in prayer as we rode toward a building (I assume it was church) lining the path were people and among them were celebrities and regular people worshiping together. A sister in Christ was there and asked me to bring a word to the people and all I could think of was this. Manifesting a dream or the manifestation of a prayer. Hallelujah

I have been thinking about prayer and how it works long after the prayer leaves your lips and your heart. Recently I looked back over my life and realized I am living a life a prayed for. I mean actually prayed to God and believed he would bring it to fruition. Let’s be real I didn’t pray for every single thing I have now but I prayed for peace and I have been faithful to that prayer and he has been faithful in giving it.

What are you praying for?

““I leave you peace. It is my own peace I give you. I give you peace in a different way than the world does. So don’t be troubled. Don’t be afraid.”
‭‭John‬ ‭14:27‬ ‭ERV‬‬

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