Looking around me, there are reasons to believe in the power of my problems and the problems of the world.
But I place my faith in miracles instead. There is no problem that love will not solve; my knowing this, attesting to this, and practicing this makes me a miracle-worker.
Thinking of one thing that seems to be an intractable problem, and I place the light of God around it. I use my mind to affirm that in Him all things are possible.
I leave no room in my mind for doubt that this is so. With this refusal, I increase the possibility that a miracle will occur.
May I not be tempted to believe the testimony of my senses before the testimony of God. In any situation, may I remember the possibility of infinite possibility.
May my mind thus be a conduit of miracles, as I have faith that they exist in God in unlimited supply.”
Excerpt From: Williamson, Marianne. “A Year of Miracles.”