God is the Boss of Me!
My dear friend and prayer partner, Denise Desimone will often end our prayer sessions with the bold declaration of, “GOD IS THE BOSS OF ME!” I love that because with this one statement, she surrenders to the power and presence of all that is good.
According to Raymond Holliwell, author of “Working with the Law,” another name for God is Law. It is that predictable, dependable Truth that “there is a marvelous inner world that exists within man, and the revelation of such a world enables man to attain and to achieve anything he desires…”
When any of us declares that God is the boss, we declare that the creative force of Life is in charge. We declare that we are one with this force and have unlimited access to it. We declare that the very fact we breath means that we are entitled to all of the good that Life has to offer. With this simple statement, we relinquish our need to control, direct and make things happen and instead give way to Infinite Intelligence within and all around in order to make welcome abundance in ways that we can only begin to imagine.
This day, I invite each one of us to declare, “GOD IS THE BOSS OF ME!” Feel and know that you have put yourself in the hands of the same power that maintains the orbits of the planets and breathes your every breath for you. Then sit back, relax and relish your day.
Here’s to living for God!
Check out my dear friend Denise Desimone’s incredible story and book, “From Stage IV to Center Stage” at www.denisedesimone.com When diagnosed with stage IV throat cancer and told that she may never sing again, Denise choose to befriend the illness instead of fight it. Her’s is an incredible story of what it means to partner with your body, your illness, and Spirit to return to your natural state of wholeness. Her journey led her from the grips of cancer to center stage of Fenway Park singing the National Anthem for a Red Sox game.
**Join me Sunday, Feb. 3rd at Music City Center for Spiritual Living when I share my talk and workshop, “Mastering Wealth.” Go to their website www.mccsl.org for more information.