If we consecrate our talents, isn't the Universe (God, etc) suppose to provide? If we'll have enough, why do we go after wealth, using our own powers instead of the Divine's?

I hope this is worth sharing. "God starts good things with us, and those close to us convince us to give up, or take a benign pursuit of our dreams. I wish our families and peers would seek their blessings, and respect others doing the same." Does God provide, and help those who help themselves? If I may add, "Accept the blessings given to you by God, he knows best." I hope this question helps.

Consecrating our talents
sharing something with the community
creating something
answering an ad on a whim
going to an audition
following a voice inside

asked 28 Apr '12, 15:27

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edited 30 Apr '12, 03:52

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Yes, the universe CERTAINLY does provide. Here's one of my favorite quotes from Jesus.

Matthew 6:26 "Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?"

Why do people continue to want to get more even when they have "enough" ?

Another favorite quote of mine's! "He who knows that enough is enough will always have enough" -Lao Tzu

So it's not that people don't have enough, it's that they DON'T KNOW they actually do have enough... so... they run blind...


answered 29 Apr '12, 23:40

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Much appreciated Ali00.

(02 May '12, 11:22) AlicianFields

if there be a golden rule
then decisions ought be good
and it is nature that
reciprocates our intentions

we often can't wait and
looking for the recompense
almost immediately
but she does keep time


answered 29 Apr '12, 08:44

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Thanks again fred 1

(02 May '12, 11:21) AlicianFields

By saying consecrate you mean leaving/dedicating your works and efforts over to a higher power and wondering where are the rewards. Well there is the doubt and the not receiving that you are bringing forth. If you believe that you have let these works over then you should not doubt.Just keep on doing what your doing and don't worry about results or rewards . What some people would say "Have faith"

One of the the things stuck with me from the Abraham-Hicks works is that we are constant creators ,we always want more, we are always ready to move on to something better.We seek new information.

From the daily quotes:

You never get it done, and you cannot get it wrong. Life is supposed to be fun: you are creator, you are a focusing mechanism, and you are here in an environment that is very conducive to that. When you get hold of an idea, play it out for the pleasure in it. If you are doing it for any other reason, then you are not connecting to your Source Energy.

--- Abraham

Excerpted from the workshop in Silver Springs, MD on Sunday, April 11th, 1999 # 392



answered 30 Apr '12, 03:48

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edited 30 Apr '12, 03:56

Thanks Ursixx

(02 May '12, 11:21) AlicianFields

Well yes I consecrate it makes work more than a job or money. Everything has to be ritualized and consecrated that makes it and you and all you do Holy. Blessings!!


answered 03 May '12, 00:05

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