Faith and expectations

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from James B.

Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

Over the years I have read works by Wattles, Allen and Holliwell, and have been trained by Proctor. I do good work with clients, but I cannot understand “faith”. I have no religious beliefs. I believe I'm a good person and strive to help all people achieve the success they desire.

Because I seemingly have no faith, and you mention God, Spirit, Source, and use other terms, how do I get over this faith “emptiness” I have and really move forward in my life and business, please?

Neagle Code Answer

Hi James,

Without faith, you wouldn’t be able to create anything in your life.

So when you say you have no faith, you are incorrect.

You had faith that you could help people, and so you did.

Faith is an expectation.

If you’ve read Wattles, Allen and Holliwell, you will notice there is no mention of faith in terms of religion.

The faith they speak of is a faith in the power of our own ability to create what we want when we want it… the power of our own belief in what is possible and how expectation (faith) is an integral part of anything that you create.

I encourage you to re-examine your understanding of faith, and release the idea that you must have faith in some outside force (God, religion).

Instead, continue to study truth in terms of Universal Law, and practice having faith in The Laws.


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