For best results, use this Prayer Treatment once or twice a day.
I believe God is the source of all supply, and Money is God in action, and should be used for good.
I believe My good is now freely flowing to me so bountifully I cannot use it all, and I have an abundance to spare and to share, today, and always.
From Spiritual Economics by Eric Butterworth:
“We all live and do business in the world, so it is not easy to maintain a high level of faith. In this time of mass communication, we are all exposed to a steady barrage of doom and gloom from forecasting economists, who use very convincing business statistics and “economic indicators.” We would do well to listen to Paul: ‘Don’t let the world around you squeeze you into its own mold, but let God remold your mind from within.’ ( Romans 12:2 Phillips)
In June, we had our third congregational dialogue of our “Daring Greatly ~ Unity on the Move” series. We had good turnout for the series of discussions, great questions, and a lot of positive feedback.
At our Annual Meeting, scheduled for September 27th, the Board will formally put forth a proposal to the members of Unity in Frederick to authorize the Board to place our current home on the market and to lease our new home. This would be a big step for Unity in Frederick to allow us to grow our presence within our Unity community and to our larger Frederick community.
I wrote this article recently for publication in the Frederick News Post, Words on Faith. I would love to hear your thoughts.
The Birth of Seth
From his book, Prosperity, Charles Fillmore gives us thoughts on manifestation:
The Board of Trustees is held in trust by the membership to make decisions regarding church governance, developing Church policy, managing the overall budget, and hiring and evaluating the senior minister(s).
In addition, the Board
“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.”
― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby