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  • Financial Dark Night of the Soul   by  ren     4 y     1,095       2 Messages Shown       Blog: From Poverty to Riches
    I am in a financial dark night of the soul...a place where I see how I am controlled by money and banks.

    For the first time in a while, I am facing overdraft charges which I hate LOL

    The looming prospects of owing money has infiltrated my morning routine. I also realize I'm still in a matrix sort to why should I get depressed, be sad, and have my mind manipulated because of a number on a screen. Oddly enough, this is why I'm slowly ditching things like my fitbit account. I don't care about other people's steps LOL and ever since I read about people cheating, I don't care.

    Coming off of a night shift this weekend, and having stomach trouble, lingering issues has me feeling down. Yesterday, I had the fleeting though that I could end all my money problems and stop working when I picked up my husband's gun to look for something. I'm not suicidal, nor homicidal. Just deranged thinking from working night shift 12hrs two days in a row. Being a powerful superbeing that I really am on the inside, I was able to know that ridiculous thought for what it was...remnants of my resentmets and longings to be taken care of.

    Thinking on it now, I realize how illogical the idea was, that I would kill myself over money...such a paltry sum... yet it happens. It is sobering to think about now that I put it to the blog... I didn't even journal what I'm writing here. I figure someone else is feeling financially desperate enough and won't feel lonely.

    Hence, first thing I did was get a grip. I looked out the window and saw two HUGE ravens playing together in the grass. That's a sure sign that God is watching LOL...

    Going to have my coconut oil and coffee and go for a workout before the thunderstorm hits.

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    • Re: Financial Dark Night of the Soul   by  kerminator     4 y     767
      Dear Lady taking the quick or easy way is never the right choice.

      Luke 15:20 "And he arose, and went to his father. Yet when he was still a great way off, his father saw him, and had compassion, running, and fell on his neck, and kissed him."
      LUKE 15:20

      For this boy's father to have seen him "a great way off" would imply that the Father had been eagerly awaiting his son's return. Certainly, in the spiritual application of this parable, our Heavenly Father is longing to cleanse and receive the sinner, if he will just repent and come to Him for forgiveness.

      Jesus was using this parable to rebuke the Pharisees for their harsh, self-righteous, unforgiving attitude towards sinners. The older brother in this parable was symbolic of the Pharisees. Like this brother, the Pharisees had not lived an outward life of rebellion and they thought that others who didn't measure up to their standards were surely hated by God. But, "God so loved the world" and "Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners."

      Just as this older brother was self-centered and jealous, the Pharisees were not operating in the love of God towards sinners because they were so in love with themselves. They resented Jesus giving the sinners what the Pharisees thought they deserved.

      If the relationship with his father had been the real desire of the older brother, he would have rejoiced to see his father's joy at the return of his son. The repentant prodigal son had learned the vanity of things and he had come home to a relationship with his father that neither he nor his older brother had known before.

      The scribes and Pharisees, like the older brother, had gotten caught up in serving self through their religious actions. The publicans and sinners who repented were supplying their Father with what He really wanted - relationship.

      Relationship with the Father was always available to the scribes and Pharisees, but they chose the temporal praise of men rather than a relationship with God.

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