I find it good to know that we are constantly ascribing something. We are constantly imprinting our body and its influence on the world by what we are thinking and feeling.
When we ascribe unto God we are cognizant of the influence we have on the world in honor for the privilege of being alive in this day. If not us then who would be the one’s to Godly influence the world. This is not a complicated thing. In simple terms as we orient our thinking and feeling on the attitudes of such thankfulness to be alive in form in this day we are ascribing our influence out through our body unto the world.
In essence as we ascribe unto God the feelings of thankfulness and gratitude we ascribe unto the world the influences of God on earth.
Here we know the experience of the eternal divine while we are alive here and now.
Another way of at looking at the word hope is to view it as confidence. As our confidence is in the LORD our awareness of courage and the strength of our heart is increased. Confidence in the LORD is increased as we give our heart attention to that which matters. What matters is to live in such a way that our expression emanates the influences of the LORD moment by moment day by day. This does relate to being conscious of what we are emanating and adjusting as necessary to stay in this way. I have begun to present HeartMath tools that are helpful in this regard. Reference my DrSteveVentola.com link to note my posts accordingly.
HeartMath was created out of the intention of Doc Childre to find a greater communion with God. I have found it very helpful also in this regard. It is good to bring what I love in inner sense to find greater expression through the means of my outer work. May my example help you to do the same.
As we choose to be anointed of the LORD we know his strength. We choose to be anointed by simply keeping a thankful and grateful heart. As our heart is so clean the strength of LORD is known in and through our heart, mind and body. Let genuine thankfulness fill your soul and know the stength of the LORD.
As we hold this premise in our hearts before speaking or acting it serves to bring our expression into alignment with the natural expression that would emanate from the LORD through us. Here we can provide sound and sane influences into the world.
As we mature and find confidences in our outer expression it becomes even more essential to fix our hearts in singing and giving praise unto the Lord. No matter what glory or just the opposite may be given to us as our hearts are so fixed the stage is set for increasing stability and our purpose to ever be so fulfilled. There is always more glory to be known ultimately for the glory of the Lord to shine all about.
Singing unto God in midst of all really does bring us strength. Let’s continue to discover more and more what this brings within ourselves and with others!