Dec
20

You Create Your Future (Part 3)

 “You will become as small as your controlling desire; as great as your dominant aspiration”

-James Allen

 The Laws of Creation (Part 3)
We have finally come to the last part in this series. In part 2, I explained that no matter how confused you may be about what you want to create, a time will come when it’ll all seem clear to you (Law of Illumination). You also got to know how critical it is to select the kind of people you interact with (Law of Environment) and how you must know when and when not to do certain things (Law of Times and Season) on the road to creating your future. To understand this last part, you should read the previous laws of creation if you haven’t.

In this post, you’ll get to know the final laws that led to the creation of the earth and how you can apply them in your life.

7. The Law of Order.
“And God said; Let Us make man in our image…” (Gen 1:26). You can see that man was the last thing God created but yet was the ultimate creation. You would expect Man to have been created first being that he had such value.

God created everything that man would need, before creating man himself. God had created the competition, the resources (the trees of life and good and evil), the man power and fuel (the beasts of the earth) before creating the final product and this gave him a personal brand. This brand had so much quality that man’s greatest competitor (the devil) had to be a part of it. You too can be of so much value that even your greatest enemies would move closer to you just to have a share.

Create your competition with the people you interact with, gather your resources in the planning stage and make your mind work for you. The final you would be a brand that no one can easily toy with.

8. The Law of Integrity.
“And God said, and there was light” (Gen 1:3). Whenever God says something, it is always so. His word never returns to him void. Your word can too. Integrity was one of the most important ingredients in creation of the earth that God started with it since the beginning. Let your yes be yes and your no be no.

9. The Law of Perfection 
Whenever God creates, he does it to perfection, according to His standards. After every creation, He acknowledges the fact that it was good. There is no partial quality, your product either has quality or it doesn’t. Never leave anything half done, complete the task no matter how long or hard it may seem. At the end, you’ll get to look back and say, “It was good.”

There you have it, all nine laws of creation explained in the way I know how to.

Is there any law or principle you think should be included here or would you like to add a missing piece to the puzzle? Prove to me that you read this post and leave a comment. I’d love to read it. 

For this glorious festive season, I’ll be giving away two quality ebooks by a respectable author for free. The first one, Power, Purpose and Service which goes for $9.68 on Lulu will be available for free download from the 24th to the 30th of December and the second, Droplets From Above, which goes for $7.10 on Lulu will be available for free download from the 30th of December to the 3rd of January. Don’t worry, I’ll write the reviews so you know what you’re downloading.

Who would I be giving them to?
The download links would be specially sent to
•    my email subscribers,
•    followers on Google Friend Connect,
•    Networkedblogs followers and
•    Deep-Think’s Facebook fans.

So if you want a copy, well I guess it’s simple to get yours. Make sure you check this blog at that time so you don’t miss out on any ‘extra stuff’.
This is just my way of saying, ‘Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year in advance!’ Enjoy the
season.  

Comments

  1. It’s good to have the conclusion. I don’t think I’m clear with the law of order though.

    One important thing in creating our future is not to give up. There are bound to be obstacles, setbacks and disappointments. But s/he who endures to the end will be saved.

    Nice one…have a merry Christmas.

  2. @Oluchi Ugwu
    I’m glad you followed through to the end. The law of order simply means create what your final product (the future you) needs before getting there. Let your peers know where you are going, giving them a sense of competition. If they still want to move with you in that future, then they’ve got to work towards being like you or better. Give yourself the mindset you want to have, thus making it work for you by pushing you to your ultimate goal. Thanks for your comment.

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