If your fears have to do with money, security and prosperity, the following will help you:
1. Fear is a habit, a way of looking at life.
Psychology teaches us we cannot break a habit by working at the habit. That digs it in deeper. We break an old, unwanted habit by replacing it with a new one.
2. Overcome evil with good.
The Bible tells us we have the power within ourselves to do this. Evil means: "Anything impairing happiness or welfare; affliction; misfortune; opposed to good," says Webster. By thinking of and expecting our desired good we set in motion the power which brings it to us.
3. Make new demands upon yourself.
It is not necessary to deny others, to steal or rob or cheat or lie in order to become wealthy. Wealth comes from new ideas that create new goods and services that give pleasure and comfort and profit to others. Ideas are from God. We get them by making new demands upon ourselves as channels and producers.
4. Bless what you have.
Praise and thanksgiving have power to increase. Use that power.
5. Love the good of life.
Some people pretend to despise money and the better things of life. This is denying the goodness of God. To love God is to love good and to love good is to attract it to us through the law of cause and effect, and the law of correspondence. Knowing this, we need never fear for the morrow.
6. Feel worthy of prosperity and plenty.
God makes His rain to fall on rich and poor, good and evil alike. God withholds good from no man. Man must develop to the point of his individual awareness of his powers and the laws under which these powers work. God sets no limit to what a man may acquire.
7. Be a profitable servant.
In the parable of the talents, Jesus tells us clearly that those who multiplied their talents (which was a measure of money) were given greater good and authority. But the man who was afraid and buried his talent and did not multiply it by putting it to work, was rebuked and that which he had was taken from him and given to the man who now had ten talents as a result of his work.
8. Do not fear great wealth.
There is no harm in accumulating great wealth, nor in using great wealth. Just be sure not to let it use you. Some of the greatest blessings that have come to man have come through accumulated wealth, from foundations, research organizations, schools, hospitals, and so forth, which were set up for the giving of more life, love and liberty to the individual and so, the world.
9. See for yourself the good you desire.
See yourself possessing any desired thing, or condition. And enjoying it. If it is a new hi-fi set, hear it as well as see it. If it is a new home, see yourself in it, walking through the rooms. See the colors, fabrics, furniture you want.
This practice will help you tremendously to get rid of fear. The battle ever is to think of what you do desire and never to let anything enter your mind that you do not want in your body, mind and affairs. Edison said he owed his success in inventing to the fact that he thought in pictures and not in words. Steinmetz said the same thing.
10. Tithing is a law of expanding prosperity.
If you tithe in fear it will not bring back prosperity. You can go broke tithing in fear. The law of cause and effect will create wealth or poverty for you in accordance with your own belief, your feelings, your fears or your faith. It is therefore necessary to be happy, fearless, sure of the future, giving gladly if tithing is to increase your good until there is not room enough to hold it.
Practice these ten rules and you never need fear money again.
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