Many people are the wrong people, but because they have the right feelings, they feel themselves to riches. They feel themselves blessed. They feel themselves as the entrepreneur. When you feel the right feeling, you will get the right response.


Reverend Ike taught me to start feeling like success until I became successful. When I met him, I lived in a house. Shortly thereafter, I lived in a mansion. Why? Because I started feeling “I AM the mansion.” I started feeling like a Rolls Royce, and Rolls Royce’s came to me. I learned and applied the Changeless Law.

My father peradventure will feel me, and I shall seem to him as a deceiver; and I shall bring a curse upon me, and not a blessing (Genesis 27:12).


Jacob, Abraham, Moses, or Paul — none of them were the “right” people according to  the standards of the world. Jacob was not the firstborn. Abraham was old, and his wife was barren. Moses was hiding in the wilderness. Paul persecuted Christians. However, it is because of their relationship with God that they felt right about claiming what the world does not think belongs to them. They were aware of their weaknesses. They were aware of the present reality.



They didn’t let it dictate what they felt. Because God called them, in their hearts, it felt right.   Don’t get me wrong. These men are human beings. In their minds, they are probably thinking they’re crazy because what they were doing was not the most logical thing. They obeyed anyway. They allowed their faith to build up their emotions so that they can obey the Lord.


What are you feeling right now? Is this feeling what you would be feeling if all of God’s promises were answered? If not, then you need to change the way you’re feeling. Feel as if your breakthrough is already there. As you begin to feel this way, you’ll see that your circumstances will begin to match what you’re feeling.




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