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The Zen of Miracles

I had two miracles happen today, one regarding finances and my daughter’s college, the IMG_0678other a breakthrough business opportunity. It felt like both just dropped from the sky. Well yeah, I guess they did, my God was up there in the heavens, decided to drop down some manna, and I so, so, appreciate. it.

Trust, God is still in the miracle working business.

In our frenetic, fast paced lives, I think we forget that God does work miracles, yet we have to be open to receive them. We gotta be like we were as kids. Remember when you believed stuff just because you believed it? Even when people said you were stupid or that no such thing could happen?

I remember when I was eight, I told my cousin that I had a sister, and she told me NO YOU DON”T! But I kept saying, YES, YES I DO! Then she pushed me and told me to shut up, because I didn’t have no damn sister. I pushed her right back and the fight was on!

Well she kicked my behind, (she was 11 and I was 8), but when I got up off that ground, I told her no matter what she said I HAVE A SISTER! And as soon as my cousin turned to walk away, I called up all the strength I had in my 8 year old body, made the tightest fist I could make, and hauled off and hit her squarely in the back with all the strength my 8 year old body could deliver.

Then, I ran like hell!

Why am I telling you this story? Because I didn’t know why I felt the way I felt, but I strongly, and passionately believed what I believed and I refused to believe otherwise.

zen miraclesAnd lo and behold just, five short years later, when I was 13 years old I met my sister! A tall, good-looking, brown skinned, teenager with gorgeous eyes and beautiful hair. It was one of the most amazing days of my life! Even though we wouldn’t have a relationship until our adult lives, I still trusted and believed that God had given me a sister. And the miracle didn’t stop there, because I met another sister in 2009 and to this day, she is a vessel of nothing but love.

You see God has a way of giving us the desires of our hearts, but we have to believe in miracles. We have to keep our hearts and our minds forever open to possibility. We can never, ever allow our hearts to become hard. A hardened heart blocks all miracles. And yep, it’s true, this natural life is full of a bunch of “-ish” that continually tries to snuff out our light.

Even with no proof, no social proof, no evidence, nothing, but a deep inward, gut, feeling, hold on to it. That’s your miracle waiting to be birthed. Hold on, it’s coming, hold tight, it’s coming. Trust, it is.

When was your last miracle?

Love ya!
Cynthia

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6 Comments on The Zen of Miracles

  1. Lea Bullen
    May 29, 2015 at 5:11 pm (2 years ago)

    Hi Cynthia,

    I love it when things like that happen. Sometimes I even think back and reflect on when good things were happening one after another. A great feeling!

    Ha ha, funny story about you and your cousin. Funny how our belief in anything can be so strong at that age.

    I guess deep down inside you knew your sister was out there. And you were right!

    ~Lea

  2. EmpowerCoach
    May 30, 2015 at 8:59 am (2 years ago)

    Hi Lea! Yes, belief can be a strong emotion and motivator. So important to tune into it. Sometimes we give up too soon when we don’t have proof of things. And my cousin and I are actually very close, even to this day.

  3. Jeanetta Edwards
    May 31, 2015 at 4:57 pm (2 years ago)

    Cynthia,

    Thank you for sharing these awesome stories. I have found you to be an honest, upfront, fun-loving, Woman of God. I love the honest and refreshing way you shared your testimony! Keep sharing for I too believe my miracle is right around the corner.

  4. EmpowerCoach
    May 31, 2015 at 6:42 pm (2 years ago)

    Hi Jeanetta! Thank you for the wonderful comment. I find that being open and honest is the best way to connect with other women. Truth be told we all have a testimony, it’s just whether or not we are willing to share it to help someone else. Stay tuned, tell your friends about me, and yes your miracle is on its way!

  5. Alecia Dixon
    June 1, 2015 at 7:39 pm (2 years ago)

    I’m holding on to my miracle!

  6. EmpowerCoach
    June 1, 2015 at 7:48 pm (2 years ago)

    Fantastic Alecia.

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