Do you believe in God or Amazon?


Have faith! We hear that all the time. But we are seldom told how to have faith. I hear something I have to pass on to you in the form of faith instructions. We have more faith in deliveries from Amazon than you do in God, in yourself? When you order something from Amazon don’t you believe you’re going to get it? You stop shopping for the item. You make room for it. You haven’t gotten it yet but in your heart you have it. And so too it is with prayer. You treat your prayers as though the answer is on the mail.  You pray for your goals and you believe they will happen. Meanwhile you keep doing the work of making room for that literal or figurative trophy. If you don’t get the package you do not give up. You go about making the delivery happen by correcting the problem. Never does you belief in the possibility if getting the delivery waver. If you know how to expect a package in the mail you know the steps to take to have faith.

What is more Elaine? God or Amazon. At least you now have a way to act like God is in control

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2 thoughts on “Do you believe in God or Amazon?

    1. I also noticed that the loss of a father figure or father can send men into a tailspin. I think of Mike Tyson when Cues D’amato died. Tiger Woods. Michael Jordan left basketball for minor league baseball after his father’s murder

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