“Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited, imagination circles the world…After a certain age reading diverts the mind too much from its creative pursuits as does watching too many plays… I believe in intuition and inspiration…” – Albert Einstein

Knowledge puffs up. It’s coming at life from a position of lack, always got to read the next book, never quite enough, do more, endless learning curve, try harder.

The mystery of the kingdom is like the power of the seed. No scientist has ever explained how an Apple seed can produce a tree filled with apples, but it does it naturally, no effort of will.

Every inspiration or intuition will come to you when you need it. It’s the power of the seed. It’s the kingdom! It’s Christ in you!

“He gives to His beloved even in their sleep.” Psalm 127:2

“There remains a rest for my beloved!” Hebrews 4:9

“No promise from God is empty of power. For with God there is no such thing as impossibility.” Luke-1:37
Passion Translation

“You have been given to know the secret of the kingdom of God.” Mark 4:11

What we believe in our heart has the power in itself to supernaturally produce.

Take your desires and plant them in your heart, meditate on them. You don’t have to know how it works, you just need to know that it super-naturally produces like a seed.

Religion exists and profits on the lie of separation, distance and delay. The gospel reveals our union, oneness and intimacy now!

Sin-consciousness is so counterproductive!

Righteousness consciousness transforms us and the world!

Live one with Him today

Love you

Lloyd

 

Inspired by Mike Popovich

 


Lloyd Clark
 is an entrepreneur, a former pastor, and writer. He is passionate about being loved by our Heavenly Father and revealing that same love to everyone he meets. He and his wife Mary have 5 children and 7 grandchildren and live in North Carolina.

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