How does it feel to be locked up? Something that you have been saying has you confined in a cell. Which
of your words are holding you back?
Perhaps you say things like "I'll never find a better job." "He or she is the best I can ever get." "I'm too fat." "This just the way it has always been."
Forming these thoughts are the crime. Speaking the words are your sentencing. Everything that follows is you doing time. You are the criminal, the judge and the jury, and now you are living a reality that you have created with your words. This all unfolded clearly for me when I was in my integrity class last week and I heard my friend Michelle say, "Your sentences will become your sentences." What type of time do you want to serve while you are here on this Earth? Do you want to punish yourself with hard time? Or will you speak words that create a life that you love?
This week I encourage you to examine your sentences. What do you want for your life? Are the sentences that you say in alignment with that?
You have the choice between prison or prosperity. Jail or joy. Lock down or love. Confinement or courage. What will you choose?
Freedom lies within your words.