FEELING INSTANTANEOUSLY AND INFINITELY MIRACULOUS

Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “Maximum Achievement” by Brian Tracy.

Today I pray, “Dear God, When I first accepted The Biggest Audience calling in 2010, I felt an instant connection to millions of newborn infants that had not yet been born on planet earth at that time. It was as though I was instantaneously connected to a future generation. My life became a reason for them to choose to be born, and their choices to be born became a reason for my life. The infinity was miraculous. I felt infinitely connected to humanity as a whole, and to life purpose on earth. 77 months have passed since the day I accepted the calling. Looking at it from a perspective of linear time, many newborn infants have arrived to planet earth since that first day.

Last year, You asked me, ‘What are you going to create? Out of the dust of the pottery?’ And as You are the Potter (This analogy is fun!), The Biggest-Audience-calling is the clay, and the newborn infants and children are the pottery… the dust of the pottery is planet earth’s future generations! What am I going to create out of planet earth’s future generations!?! I bow to You, and ask You to take the stage to help me with an answer. Amen”

Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to reveal this passage:

“No person or situation can make you feel anything — it is only the way you think about a situation that makes you feel the way you do.”
—BRIAN TRACY

If faith is a vessel, continuation within faith is the dust of the pottery. As the upcoming generations are the pottery, the creation of communication and connection with these incoming guides and teachers is the dust of the pottery. In faith, the vessel, I am continuing to be a part of connection with the incoming generations. They are our teachers. They are younger than we are, and they are our teachers. My connections with these generations is the dust of the pottery. My connections are my creations. And I create miracles.

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