God Blessed Morning Family!
The way we communicate with each other sets the pace of how our journey will flow. It has always been said that you get more flies with honey than you will with vinegar. Meaning if you are in a position in which you need assistance from others you are more likely to receive it if your words and actions are kind and not full of hostility and aggression. This is easier said than done, for when man feels he is deserving of something he at times finds it difficult to humble himself and make the request of others to assist from a position of submission. Only God is not phased as to how you ask Him for blessings, for His only concern is that you ask. He understands our ego is strong and at times is our worst enemy when it comes to making requests of those who appear to have the upper hand or a position of superiority. Although it is very difficult for man to humble himself and appear weak when requesting assistance, he fails to see that only a strong man can humble himself for the greater good of others. We find strenght in helping others and in giving but we look at the position of receiving as weakness. Although it is difficult to request assistance from others it is a necessary part of our journey. For you will never get far if you refuse to humble yourself and ask for the assistance of others. You have not for you fail to ask. You will not receive if you don't ask and if you ask from a position of superiority your journey will become difficult because you have failed to see the strenght in asking from a position of weakness. Jesus was successful because He not only gave but He was humbled when He received and this is where He gathered most of His strenght. For He knew that in order to survive His journey He had to rely on the kindness of others to give Him food, shelter and supplies, but most of all He had to rely on the blessings of God. Putting you trust in others is where you will find strength in yourself and rely on your Faith in God, knowing that when you ask He shall provide. Be Still And Know That I Am. Amen. Hallelujah