Abundance is mine. I cannot be deprived of my supply. The trees do not lack for leaves, nor do the flowers fail to bloom. Am I not as important as they? “Consider the lilies of the field, they toil not neither do they spin, yet . . . Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed as one of these.”
I look at the lavish wastefulness of Nature and know that God intended me to be as abundantly supplied, with everything that makes for beauty, well-being, progressive living and happiness. I, myself, am to blame when these “fruits of the Spirit” fail to appear.
Since I know the Truth of my being, I will no longer hinder or retard my good from coming to me. I will expect and accept all that I need to make life happy and worth while; for I am a child of the Spirit, and every attribute of It–every attribute of Good–is my inheritance.
No longer will I go for my good, carrying only a dipper to be filled. This day, as I turn to the [Mother/] Father within, I bring “all the empty vessels” knowing they will be filled, and my abundance will become manifest.
Abundance is My Inheritance
reprint from Ernest Holmes,
“Prayer – How to Pray Effectively from The Science of Mind” p. 126