Letting Go And Trusting.
I’m writing this story with tears in my eyes. I’m beyond humbled and grateful. God is loving and it’s my true desire to reciprocate that love towards everyone I encounter for the rest of my life. You truly do bring about what you think about.
At the start of the COVID 19 epidemic, I had maintained a positive attitude in spite of the world’s fear and trepidation. As a result, not only did I unexpectedly received my children’s father’s income tax return of $6,000, I also found out we were getting a $1500 stimulus check. Money seemed to be coming in from everywhere the moment I let go and trusted God to supply all my needs. I was able to pay down bills and bless my family, and it felt great.
Even though all of this occurred, I had a subconscious fear that I would be broke once again. I constantly checked my bank account every time I spent money. It was obsessive, and low and behold, you guessed it! I ended up going back to living paycheck to paycheck. I can say I brought that on myself. I didn’t trust that money flows as effortless energy and as it is spent, it can be easily replaced. I was so concerned about a loss that I attracted it.
Last week was probably the worse week I had experienced this year. On the way to see my boyfriend, I had filled my car up with gas. Minutes later my car broke down on the interstate. It turned out that the gas was bad and my engine went kaput. I had to get it towed to the dealership. The next day my bank account was overdrawn by $877 dollars with multiple fraudulent charges. It was the weekend and I had many bills coming up with two kids starting school. The bank told me it would take up to 10 days to get the money replaced. One of my favorite uncles passed unexpectedly from a massive heart attack, and I lost the keys to the vehicle that my mom had lent to me to get to and from work. It felt like the weight of the world was crashing down on me.
I literally cried out to God and prayed. I could not believe what was happening to me. Then I realized my negative attitude and fearful outlook had drawn much of this to me. I knew that I could easily get myself into a good place with God’s help. So I prayed and then I just let it go.
Things turned around. I found the car keys in the garage. I had money in my wallet to get me through the weekend. And, drumroll, I found out that I was the first prize winner in a lottery second chance draw for $20,000!!! I was able to do this with merely one entry on a chance, thrown away ticket that I had found on the ground!
Thank you to God, the Universe, Rhonda, and the team of The Secret. Thank you to everyone who shares their stories, which serve to bring me comfort and hope. I don’t care what your situation looks like, stay positive, and never give up hope. After the rain comes the sun and rainbows.
I love you all, God bless! I will definitely be blessing someone with this money, just like God and others continually bless me!