You Can Manifest Your Dreams

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You can manifest your dreams when you tap into The 3 Powers™ (mind, passions and God) simultaneously! This is how I’ve manifested dream after dream since 1986. If you’ve seen our Wife Swap* episode or read ABC’s press release you’ll see that this is what I’ve been doing to create the life of my dreams for close to two and a half decades. Very simply put, I ask God for what I strongly desire because I know that he has the power to do anything and I know that he loves me. (He is so pleased to see this kind of faith because he understands how difficult it is for us to believe in the unseen.) After I ask him persistently with faith, as outlined in my Dream to Destiny book, I take action on all the sudden hunches and instincts that he gives me.

“With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”  Matthew 19:26

My mission is to use my gifts of faith and encouragement to offer hope to many in these uncertain times. A solution to the current economic problem and any challenge that you face lies within our Dream to Destiny book and method. I am here to lift people up and out of their discouragement by inspiring them to utilize all of their natural resources to create opportunities. The Power of God is the “X-factor” and missing ingredient most of the time. Many have conquered circumstances and achieved great success on their own sheer power and will. I would argue that in most cases these success stories involved years of arduous strain and hard work – maybe even decades. It can be done. But there is a better way.

My message is this: There will be miracles when you ask God, believe and take action! My purpose is to teach people how to manifest their dreams through the simultaneous combination of The 3 Powers (God, the power of the mind and the power of passion – The 3 Powers™. If you will fully employ the tri-fold unity of The 3 Powers, miracles will happen in your life! My family, my clients and I are all living proof that this works. You are not a guinea pig because I’ve tested it on my family and on myself first. We were the guinea pigs. When it worked for us, we started teaching others the method. It worked for them as well. It will work for you too if you have a strong desire and belief that you can have what you seek.  Then you’ll need to take action and follow our steps. If you don’t have these three essential ingredients (desire, belief and action) then the method won’t work for you. The 7 practical steps (The 7 Keys™) in the Dream to Destiny Book and Kit show you step-by-step how exactly to tap into The 3 Powers simultaneously to manifest your dreams. It’s a very simple system that anyone can do.

About our ABC Wife Swap episode, here’s the message that we (my husband and I) were striving to get across to the Swap family and to the viewers: God is bigger than the economy! You can rise above the current economic conditions and any other challenges through the power of God first and foremost. Secondly, by tapping into into the full power of your mind, gifts, talents and passions (your Natural Resources), you can achieve miraculous results! There will be miracles when you ask, believe and take action. Don’t look for opportunity in the distance, search for it right where you are. Cultivate all the resources that you have right now- your mind, gifts, passions, skills, talents, health, etc. If you don’t use them, you’ll lose them. Don’t give up on your dreams because if you do you will slowly die. Hold onto your dreams and soar on eagles wings when you put your hope and trust in God (Isaiah 40:31). You can soar high above the Elkhart, Indiana unemployment rate when you harness your power to your passion. You don’t need to look for a job along with 40,000 other people, create jobs around your passions, dreams and gifts.

*Wife Swap, ABC’s hit reality TV show, airs on the Lifetime TV network as well and around the Globe. The name of the show should be “Family Swap” as that’s really what it’s all about- two families teaching each other how to be more balanced. It’s 100% above reproach and great for kids to watch too! The show is in its 6th season and has been a hit since season 1 in 2003.

Faith in Action

Posted by admin - Under: Belief in action, Christian faith, Faith, Faith in Action, Faith is a verb, Inspiration, Mark Beauvais

When you think of “Faith” what do you think of?

Most of us think of faith as something we believe in. Others as something we have or possess “Wow, she has really strong faith.”

Truth is, faith is not something we have. It is not intellectual belief. In its origin “faith” is a verb, not a noun, which is different than most of us think. The root word for faith is the Hebrew word “aman” (aleph-mem-nun). It is not a possession or even a character trait. It is a verb. It embodies whole-hearted confidence in action. So faith is an action. It is something we do vs. something we have. Or rather, it is confident belief, acted upon.

Examples come to our mind of people who were known for “having faith.” Abraham, the father of Israel, was known for his faith. Abraham was considered faithful for what he did. God asked him to go, and he went. In his case, his faith was shown in his obedience. Smart guy.

If you’re familiar with the bible, Hebrews Chapter 11 contains “The Faith Hall of Fame.” This is unofficial, of course, because the bible doesn’t call it that; it just lists several examples of those who showed inspiring faith. Although most relate “faith” to the spiritual realm, this is not intended as a religious discussion. Faith is not limited to that space. Examples of faith are all around us. When we drive, we have faith that others on the road will stop if the light is red, go when it’s green, stay in their lane, etc. Absent this, it would be chaos. We could cite many examples of things we take for granted each day that require faith to function – medicine, science, banking, government, currency and more.

When it comes to personal faith, most measure this by belief. Do you believe strongly enough in something or in yourself to see it manifest in your life? This concept has been greatly abused in religious, especially Christian circles. Beginning with “Seed Faith,” ghost-written for Oral Roberts, the “prosperity gospel” movement began in 1950’s American evangelical circles. If the right things didn’t happen for you, if you weren’t prosperous or “successful,” it was because you didn’t have enough faith. This is very dangerous and has led to much twisting of the truth. After all, the Pharisees believed such things.

When writing his inspired letter, James, leader of the church in Jerusalem and brother of Jesus, said this:

“Faith by itself, not accompanied by action is dead. I will show you my faith by what I do.” (my emphasis) James 2:17,18

Strong words! I doubt any of us want faith that is dead. Our “faith” is shown not with mere words, but with action. What we believe must show itself in what we do.

In a world where things gradually slip to more depraved standards all around us, I need to be a person of principle and action who stands up for what is right. If I don’t, no one will.

We are always teaching our children, “No matter what others do, as far as it is up to you, YOU need to do what’s right.” If we’re going to teach our children this, we need to do it ourselves. Otherwise, we’re hypocrites! I don’t want to be a hypocrite. Do you?

Make a decision today to show your faith in what you do, not just by what you believe or say. After all, Faith is an action!

[This is Part 1 of a 3-part series. Next, Part 2, Faith as a Gift]