Abundance is all around me. It’s in the air I breathe, the water I drink, the soft grass I walk on, the wind blown seeds awaiting new birth, friends, family, splendid nature shows; all for free.
There was a time when I lived a limited life because I only thought of limitations. I was never consciously grateful for the abundance all around me. It was what I perceived as lack that held me in the grip of poverty: not actual poverty but imagined poverty.
And then I read this in John 10:10…”I have come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” (Jesus) KJV
It made me change my way of thinking and living.
Now that I know how to think abundantly, abundance is mine. My needs are always met, and I’m no longer hesitant to give.
Abundance…it is a good word and deserves to be spoken abundantly.