The “Is To Come” – Your Expected End

The future emerges through the portal of the pro-active imagination!

Through my oneness with the Is To Come, I can manifest, inside of time, all the promises of God, which are already YES and AMEN outside of time in His heart.

For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you an expected end.
–Jeremiah 29:11, KJ21

Here, we see the thoughts of the Father… as always, producing the fruit of His goodness and kindness toward us. Your expected end is the materialization of those thoughts through your expectation… your imagination! But you must be IN your expected end, thinking FROM it, rather than OF it…just like your Father…

I declare the end from the beginning, and from ancient times things that are not yet done. I say: My counsel will stand, and I will do all that I please. –Isaiah 46:10, WEB

The Apostle James advises those who are sick to go to the elders of the church for prayer and anointing with oil. He goes on to say:

And the prayer of faith will heal the sick, and the Lord will raise them up… –James 5:15, TPT

But what exactly is the prayer of faith? I have given you many keys concerning faith in recent blog posts, but I want to point out one more thing, in the context of the imagination. The prayer of faith starts at the end of the equation, where it is already done, and works its way backwards. The prayer of faith puts you in your expected end, where you are thinking the thoughts, feeling the feelings and speaking the words from that place — not trying to get to that place. Remember that your thoughts and feelings attract more of the same. So, “trying to get there” still resonates of not being there, which produces more not being there. “Trying to receive” still resonates of not yet having (lack and poverty), which produces more lack and poverty. These kinds of thoughts resonate the frequency of a victim and the orphanhood you inherited in the bloodline of Adam. In this state, you are vulnerable to human logic and the voice of the adversary which are always quick to whisper that this thing is impossible and to list all the reasons why it can’t be done. The imagination enables you to think the thoughts and feel the feelings of HAVING instead of waiting to have or trying to have. By using the imagination gate and traveling the timeline, you begin to resonate that thing, so you attract it. Imagination is the only way to FEEL the feelings of something that has not yet happened, thereby creating it.

This is why Yeshua said, For whoever has, to him more will be given, and he will have abundance; but whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him. Those words are quoted in Matthew 13:12, Matthew 25:29, Mark 4:25, Luke 8:18 and Luke 19:26, so they must be important. Here, Yeshua is revealing the law of creation: Imagination connects me with the tangible manifestation, but I must use it with wisdom as a mature son: not as a slave dreaming of the end, but as a king thinking from the end. Entering into the desire fulfilled through the imagination allows me to do what reason (the carnal mind) cannot do: think FROM the end. Once you, in your imagination are already there, you do not need to concern yourself with the “how.” Simply listen and be led, allowing your Father to take care of the details.

I once read the story of a blind girl who faced a serious challenge when a rerouting of the bus system lengthened her daily commute from 15 minutes to over two hours. Though she obviously could not drive, she kept feeling a strong desire to be driven to and from work each day in a car. So, she decided to put her imagination to work. She sat in her living room and began to imagine her desired car ride in as much detail as possible. She engaged all of her imaginary senses by feeling herself seated in a car, listening to the humming of the motor, sensing the movement of the ride and smelling the odor of gasoline. She imagined that the driver was a man, and she imagined herself touching his sleeve as she got out, saying, “Thank you very much, sir,” to which he responded, “The pleasure is all mine.” She did not think OF her car ride but FROM it. She did not attempt to figure out how this would happen, but simply trusted that by anchoring herself with the end of the equation, the details would work themselves out. She did this exercise for two consecutive days, feeling the joy of fulfilled desire. Just a few hours after her second imaginary car ride, a friend told her of a story in the newspaper about a man who was interested in helping the blind. She phoned him and told him about her transportation problem. The next day, the man stopped at a bar on his way home from work and felt compelled to tell the girl’s story to a friend. A complete stranger overheard the conversation and volunteered to drive the girl home every day. The man who told the story then said, “If you will take her home, I will take her to work.” As the girl got out of the car after her first ride to her office, she turned to the driver and said, “Thank you very much, sir.” And yes, you guessed it… He replied, “The pleasure is all mine.” Remember, miracles flow from the inside out rather than the outside in.

I hope you have enjoyed this excerpt from my book, Miracles Are Normal: Co-Creating Through Oneness With God. Click here to purchase paperback or digital copies from my website: Miracles Are Normal. And click here to purchase from Amazon: Miracles Are Normal on Amazon

In next week’s blog, I’ll talk explain how to cultivate a focused, consistent, persistent imagination… an imagination that is an instrument in the hands of your heavenly Father, by which He paints His goodness on the canvas of your life!

Until then,

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