You Are Never Alone: Embracing Divine Presence and Abundance

Gratitude and Consciousness

As a Christian believer who values the prophetic, it’s important to remember that you are never alone in this vast world. Whether you’re walking down the street, at home in your sanctuary, or flying in an airplane, signs and symbols of God surround you. God’s divine presence is always present in various forms. Even though spiritual substance may be formless, God continuously reveals Himself through divine ideas.

The Prophetic Truth: God’s Presence Within Your Consciousness

Take a moment to reflect on this powerful truth: God, the divine Being, is not only beside you but resides within the depths of your consciousness, at the very core of your being. You are deeply connected to the source of all existence. By tapping into this divine consciousness through personal prophecy and divine revelation, you can access its transformative power.

If you choose to live a spiritual life, surrounded by the radiant light of truth, you will always be aware of God’s presence. Even in moments when His presence may not be apparent, you may experience gentle thoughts or inner peace, which serve as a subtle reminder of the divine closeness that blesses your existence.

Unveiling Abundance: Opening Your Consciousness

As believers, we can find boundless peace in opening our consciousness to divine currents. By aligning our thoughts, words, and actions with the truth of God’s abundant nature, we pave the way for blessings and a life steeped in providence. Remember that God’s signs and symbols guide us through life and that His presence resides within our consciousness, offering wisdom and guidance. Embrace the divine source of abundance and experience a life transformed by God’s love and provision. You are never alone, so let this truth empower you to live a life filled with purpose, joy, and divine connection.

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Consciousness: The Limitless Source of Abundance

People who have a prophetic understanding of supply know that they hold the power of God’s consciousness within them. This infinite wellspring of spiritual substance can fulfill any material needs that arise. God is the essence of our supply and is synonymous with consciousness. To unlock this divine consciousness, we must embrace the omnipresent force of love in our lives. According to scripture, God is love, and God’s consciousness within us radiates with the essence of love.

We must recognize that this abundant supply does not come from mortal beings, but only from the divine Father. No amount of human cleverness, ingenuity, or determination can ever substitute for this infinite consciousness. Therefore, we need to express gratitude and acknowledge the divine origin of our supply.

In “Consciousness Unfolding,” Goldsmith explains that when we recognize God as the infinite Consciousness of our being, our prayers of thanksgiving become a testament to divine Grace. We acknowledge that human selfhood and endeavor pale in comparison to God’s presence and power, and the spiritual substance emanating from God fulfills our every need.

As we move forward, we must remember that consciousness is the key to abundant living. Let us unlock the door to a future full of boundless possibilities by embracing the prophetic power within our souls. With gratitude and awareness, we can find the reservoir of divine supply that awaits us, eager to fulfill our every aspiration.

Meditate on this

  • How does the concept of God’s consciousness as an infinite supply of spiritual substance resonate with your personal beliefs and experiences?
  • How can embracing the presence of love in your life enhance your understanding and experience of God’s consciousness?
  • Reflecting on the idea that our supply comes solely from the divine Father, how does this shift your perspective on relying solely on human effort and ingenuity?
  • How do you currently express gratitude for the abundance in your life? How can you deepen your awareness of God as the ultimate source of your supply?
  • Consider the power of prayers of thanksgiving as a recognition of God’s presence and the source of spiritual substance. How can you incorporate more intentional moments of gratitude and acknowledgment into your daily spiritual practice?

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Consciousness: The Limitless Well of Supply

For those who believe in the prophetic nature of supply, they come to understand that the source of spiritual substance is within their own consciousness. Through personal prophecy, they find fulfillment of their material needs by realizing that God is both their supply and consciousness. Let’s explore the concept of abundance and the power of conscious awareness on this journey of understanding.

Embracing the Presence of Love Header: Love: The Key to Unfolding God Consciousness

To access the abundant supply within us, we need to accept and embrace love in our lives. The Scriptures make it clear that God is love, a truth that has echoed throughout time (1 Jn. 4:7-21). This realization invites us to recognize that the God consciousness within us is infused with love. Love is what activates abundance and inspires us to fully embrace our divine inheritance.

The Divine Source of Supply Header: Gratitude: The Gateway to Divine Abundance

As people of faith, we know that our provision doesn’t come from other people, but from our divine Father. No amount of human effort or creativity can replace the infinite consciousness that provides for us abundantly. We long to express gratitude to God, the source of all provision. By giving thanks sincerely, we acknowledge God’s limitless presence and power as the source of spiritual substance that meets all our needs.

The Inner Realization of Gratitude Header: Gratitude: A Journey of Inner Awakening

Gratitude is a crucial part of our relationship with God. It connects us to the divine and helps us recognize our connection to the infinite consciousness within us. The true essence of gratitude lies in the inner realization that God is the ultimate source of everything we appreciate.

Communing with God: The Language of Silent Appreciation

In the book “Consciousness Unfolding” by Goldsmith, he shares a valuable practice for individuals seeking healing, employment, or spiritual growth: the prayer of gratitude. This silent communication with the divine serves as a way to align our consciousness with God’s abundant grace. By acknowledging God as the source and cause of all provision, similar to how Jesus multiplied the loaves and fishes, we connect with an infinite source of supply.

To those seeking abundance, it’s important to understand that our consciousness is the gateway to limitless supply. As we embrace love, recognize God as our source, and cultivate gratitude within ourselves, we awaken to the prophetic power that lies within us. Let us always speak words of silent appreciation as we journey through consciousness, unlocking the infinite blessings that await us.

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If we gradually gather this force, we will gather more as we build momentum. Conversely, if we squander this precious spiritual wealth on frivolous things that deplete our well-being, we will find that loss leads to even more significant loss.

This shows us that our attitude of mind is crucial to understanding this power at our disposal. The world in our mind is a world of thought and feeling, and power. This inner world is a world of light and life and beauty, forces that are mighty in the world though they are often invisible.

The mind governs this inner world. When we discover this inner world and how to align ourselves with it, we will find the solution for every problem we encounter. We will understand the cause for every effect. With this deep understanding of creation, all the laws of power and possession will be in our grasp.

The mind governs this inner world

This momentum will help us overcome any obstacles in our path, any material limitations that bind us. As Joel S. Goldsmith writes in The Infinite Way:

*Illumination dissolves all material ties and binds men together with the golden chains of spiritual understanding, it acknowledges only the leadership of the Christ; it has no ritual or rule but the divine, impersonal universal Love; no other worship than the inner Flame that is ever lit at the shrine of Spirit. This union is the free state of spiritual brotherhood. The only restraint is the discipline of Soul; therefore, we know liberty without license; we are a united universe without physical limits, a divine service to God without ceremony or creed. The illumined walk without fear-by Grace.”[i]

[i] Joel S. Goldsmith, The Infinite Way (Devorss Publications, 1956).

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The Sower, The Mustard Seed, The Field, The Tree, and The Birds

Variables in the Parable of the Mustard Seed

Five variables made up the parable:

  1. the sower,
  2. the mustard seed,
  3. the field,
  4. the tree,
  5. and then the birds who come over to live in it.

Bible scholars agree that the sower in this scenario is Jesus, while the mustard seed is the Gospel. 

The parable speaks of how the seed grew into a tree, and science shows us that it can grow up to twenty feet tall.

This is substantial growth considering that it came from a seed with the size of just 1 millimeter in diameter.  

And once the tree grows big and sturdy, birds start to flock to it and build their nests in it. Interestingly enough,  the author referred to the birds as the wicked ones in another parable (Matt. 13:4, 19). We must take note of these as we will address their vitality later on in this chapter. 

Some preachers take this parable and make it a case for how God will grow big things out of the small that we plant. And to an extent, this concept is Biblical.

In another parable recorded in the Gospels, Jesus makes it a point to say that those who can be entrusted with little will be entrusted with much (Lk. 16:10). This means that if we stay faithful with whatever has been given to us now, God will eventually expand our capacity and entrust us with more. 

The Field

However, if we take it strictly, we will find that we are not the sowers. Rather, we are the field in which the mustard seed has been planted.

Once Jesus plants the seed of the Gospel into our lives, it will grow within us and take deep root in our lives. What is important to note here is that the mustard seed is pungent and fiery. And in many ways, this is an accurate depiction of the Gospel once applied to our lives.

The Bible contains many commands and passages about God, what is expected of us, and what He created humanity to be that we wrestle with it. In fact, it is the reason why many people who encounter it choose to turn away from it – it burns, and it makes us squirm. 

The quality of the field when the sower plants the seed is crucial. Here, we can draw a parallel to another insight given to us by Jesus through the parable of the sower: 

3 And he told them many things in parables, saying: “Listen! A sower went out to sow. 4 And as he sowed, some seeds fell on the path, and the birds came and ate them up. 5 Other seeds fell on rocky ground, where they did not have much soil, and they sprang up quickly, since they had no depth of soil. 6 But when the sun rose, they were scorched; and since they had no root, they withered away. 7 Other seeds fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked them. 8 Other seeds fell on good soil and brought forth grain, some a hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty. 9 Let anyone with earslisten!” (Matthew 13:3-9) 

The Farmer or the Seed Won’t Matter If the Soil is Bad

If the farmer planted the mustard seed on any other soil other than good soil, it wouldn’t really have borne good fruit.

We see this in the numerous people who attend church but don’t really stay.

God can use you to the tiny seed of the Gospel in other people’s hearts. However, if the state of their souls makes it impossible for these seeds to really take root and grow, then it won’t.

This can be discouraging for Christians to watch, especially if the fields still appear dry. However, we can rest in this: we can faithfully water the seeds God plants, and God will make them grow.  

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Breaking Down the Parable of the Mustard Seed

What does the mustard seed teach us?

Countless churches and Christians today look to the parable of the mustard seed. We must take cues from the values that Jesus was presenting to the early believers when he spoke of it.

Still, the parable has important facets that we can only understand if we have the same context and knowledge as the ones who initially heard it.

While most had come to understand and appreciate how the mustard seed was the smallest seed known when this parable was given, there are elements that we do not inherently know due to cultural differences.

Agriculture was an important topic for the listeners of Jesus. The listeners knew the specific traits and functions of the different kinds of seeds.

For instance, apart from the fact that the mustard seed was known for its size, its quality was also something that was to be noted. Apparently, it is also famous for being an irritant.

Should it touch a person’s skin, it can cause contact dermatitis. The place of contact will turn red and feel as if it is burning. In modern times, we mix it with vinegar, oils, wine. People need to mix other spices with it before the public can commercially consume the seed.

Small in size but with great potential

Legend tells us that when Darius, the king of Persia, invaded Europe with his army, he sent a bag of sesame seeds to Alexander the Great to symbolize that there are as many soldiers in his army as there are seeds in the bag. Stepping up to the plate, Alexander sent back a bag of mustard seeds to Darius as a way of saying that while their army may be many, his army is biting and fiery. Such was the case for the mustard seed – small in size but large in potential. 


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The Principle of the Mustard Seed

Everything Starts Small

Every large corporation that exists today started with a group of people who had a dream. Apple started with three friends in one garage. They started simply building computers as a hobby. One day, they decided to sell several units to distributors. They initially had trouble going up against Microsoft. They struggled with getting customers. But they kept on pushing until they came out with the ingenious iPod. As a result, they changed the entire landscape of portable technology as we know it.

Now, MacBooks and iPhones are viewed as status symbols. They have permeated the market in ways that were initially deemed impossible for them.

Facebook started with several students deciding to make an online community platform originally limited to Harvard. This expanded to different universities until it opened to the general public. It was not without its fair share of challenges and controversy. Right now, it continues to be the most-used online networking site with over 2 billion users.

Coca-Cola started with a curious pharmacist developing a unique-tasting soda and a partner deciding to market it to soda fountains. When it was just beginning, it only sold nine servings per day. Now, an astounding 1.9 billion servings of Coca-Cola are sold every day.

The Megachurch Started Not-So-Mega

In the same way, every megachurch that exists now started with a small group of believers who wanted to do something for the Lord and their community. They knew that they were faithful in what has been entrusted to them. Moreover, they must have had no clue that the church was going to blow up the way it did – and yet it did. Growth can attribute this fruitfulness to the amount of passion, toil, and sincerity that they put into the work of the Lord. It also says a lot about how great things come from small beginnings if these small things are entrusted to the Lord. 

A good story to look at is that of Ralph Moore, a 70-year old pastor. In 1971, he felt the Lord speak to him about planting a church, so he did. The Hope Chapel movement began with just him, his wife, and nine other people. He just did what he knew to do: speak about Jesus, who he is, and what he has done.  

Once the church became a megachurch that had already planted 29 other churches, he felt God call him to start another congregation, and so he obeyed once again. Before long, this congregation grew into a flourishing church planting movement, so much so that right now, there are 2,300 churches. About 220,000 people can attribute to this one man’s seemingly small act of obedience. And yet, for all he has accomplished, he can only attribute it to this: not a great strategy, but a great Savior.

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THE MONEY MOVES WELL – Your spiritual self already possesses a lot; money is not even an issue anymore. The only thing left is for you to believe.

Do not live in lack. Do not live in want. You must feel and live in the abundance of God. This truth must be exposed. The enemy has been trying to deceive you into thinking there is lack in this universe, which is the craziest thing you can ever believe. Feel the money in your consciousness — there is an abundance in the spiritual realm. You already have it yet the money moves well.


What did Jesus say in the face of disbelief? He said, “Don’t be afraid; just believe” (Lk. 8:50).  Practice this declaration. Make it personal for your situation.


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Moving Together As One

Pain is a signal that you need someone. Just like the drug addict had to find the person who could supply him the drugs, you have to find the person who can give you the healing ingredient for your life. Sometimes your ego won’t allow you to find the person who can help you because you are determined to do it on your own. But it is going to take a prophet (a person) to get you out of the confusion that you are in and into the Divine Purpose of God. That is the Power of Prophecy!

“…Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the
sea…” (Genesis 1:26) God created man for the purpose of having dominion. If you don’t understand your purpose, you will be disillusioned and unable to exercise your true rulership, because whatever situations you don’t have control over, those situations will have control over you.


One way in which people fail to understand their purpose of demonstrating dominion in the earth is by operating out of a principle of lack. God puts your treasure in an earthen vessel. However, many people look up into the sky for a “treasure” that is hidden in an “earthen vessel.” Until you understand from where God brings the harvest, you will not work the “field.” If you want to work the “field,” then get into your earthen vessel.

Notice that treasures in the natural earth are in the deep. You have to go into the deep to find gold and diamonds. Pearls are in the deep. In order for an oyster to produce a pearl, the oyster must endure the intrusion of an irritant in its mouth. The irritant is under pressure, but in time it will become a pearl.

“…Let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. So God created man in His own image, in the image of God created he him, male and female created them.” (Genesis 1:26-27)

One of man’s greatest downfalls is that we do things in isolation. God did not make man in isolation. Some people are trying to work their miracle in isolation. When Elisha told the woman to go and borrow vessels, and not just a few, she knew that she could not fulfill the prophet’s request alone. (1 Kings 4:1-6) She was sensible enough to (1) call on her sons and (2) send her sons to borrow pots from others. You cannot work miracles in isolation.

You cannot come into wealth through isolation, regardless of how tirelessly you work. Talk to any smart business person and he will tell you that he did not become wealthy independently. He assembled a team, and together they found customers and clients. They were in the business of pleasing someone else.