We bring you today’s message from Pastor Terri Savelle Foy, which is titled “I AM Affirmations for Success, Happiness, and Wealth.”
Pastor Terri teaches in this message about affirmation, and once we say affirmation, our brains believe these things are made firm, and it constantly starts taking actions in that direction. We have to know that our words are powerful and that they go straight to our subconscious mind to either help us or hurt us. We have to reprogram our subconscious mind for what we want by listening to affirmations and saying them with our mouth. Truly powerful are your thoughts and your words in producing the results in your life, positively or negatively. We become the programs that we receive the most. Every single person has programs that affect their lives. From the moment you were born, every single word you heard, every single thing you saw, and every message you received was typed, so to speak, into your personal keyboard with your five physical senses, and then those messages were recorded on your hard drive, or you could say they were stored in your brain.
Pastor Terri tells us a story for us to know how powerful affirmations are: “In a Midwestern city, a bank official named Joseph Grant borrowed a large sum of the bank’s money without the consent of the directors. He lost the money through gambling. Well, one afternoon, the bank examiner began to check the accounts. Joseph Grant heard about it and began to panic. He left the bank and went straight to a local hotel. When they found him three days later, he was lying in bed wailing and moaning and repeating over and over these words: “God, this will kill me. I cannot stand the disgrace. God, this is going to kill me. I can’t stand the disgrace.” In a short time, he was dead. The doctors pronounced the case one of mental suicide.
Watch and learn from this sermon by Pastor Terri Savelle Foy: I AM Affirmations for Success, Happiness & Wealth” and remember that we bring the latest messages from Pastors around the globe to you.
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