The American faith preacher is telling the people at a conference in the city of London, England: ” Last time I was here the Lord told me to tell you, that you can be a millionaire in a month.” I am watching this on my television. The faith preacher tells the people a second time; The audience loves it.I am waiting for him to give a testimony. Surely he won’t leave us all hanging in mid-air? More
What if someone left that conference and believed they were going to be a millionaire in a month, would their believing affect their circumstances in a positive way that may not have happened if they proceeded to go about their lives for the next month in their ordinary state of mind? In other words, if they expect something to be different in a month, will that expectation cause an actual change in their situation and would the results be measurable? Here is my idea…what if I believe to be a millionaire in a month and therefore get up every day for the next 30 days imagining the result, speaking the result and trying to feel the result? There must be some way to measure the power of my believing. It would be interesting to see whether my book sales increase and by how much. I can start writing about my experiment today. Even if the change is small it will be better than no change at all.