Tuesday, May 21, 2013



This week in The Master Key System a truth impacted me as I was reminded of its depth. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.  These words are given us through the Bible however, the same truth has been shared in words defined by science and other religious teachings as well.

Being reminded of this truth I, once again, drew a connection between faith and my gardening. When we prepare to plant in our garden we commonly follow a process something like this.

- Decide we want to plant something & where we want to plant it
- Go online or to our local store to find seeds or plants
- Choose the seeds/plants we want & take them home
- Clear the garden spot / work and prep the soil
- Place seeds or plants in the soil
- Water / fertilize
- Tend to the plants needs
- Reap the harvest

Faith is at work throughout this process. When we decide upon a garden, we have Faith that the garden spot will manifest from a desire to a reality. When we select the seeds or plants we view a picture of what they are supposed to look like upon full maturity. At that moment however, they look nothing like the picture. We operate on Faith that they will.

We tend the soil, nurture the seeds/plants and hold to Faith that, at the perfect moment, they will manifest into the beauty the picture gave hope of. The substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

This truth applies to any and all things we need, want or desire to manifest in our lives.  The process for the garden transfers easily to anything we choose for our best and highest good and the best and highest good of all others.

- We observe a thought
- We determine the thought to be healthful, beneficial and for the best and highest good.
- We prep the soil of our mind for the thought
- We nurture the thought through Imagination
- We declare that it is so through Faith
- We manifest the harvest

It is Faith which sees the harvest before it is even sown. It is Faith which motivates us to nurture and continue on. It is Faith which carries us to the harvest. The substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

~*~ Regina Ann
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