This story in the Bible is telling us to make room for the good for us to receive it, even if there is no visible sign of it to come.
We must make a hole, a vacuum, for the good to come in to our lives. If we act our part that our ditches will be filled, then have made room for the good to come into our lives.
For whatever we wish to have, we must act our part PRIOR for us to receive it.
Moving from Fear to Faith
What the great majority do is worry. Worry about what could happen, fear the worst, plan for disaster and impress our subconcious minds with disease and disharmony.
What we need to move towards is faith and praying for what we want. We must open a channel within ourselves for the good to come in and expect it.
To dig a ditch in the desert is the ultimate act of faith represented that there are no signs of hope, and the efforts are futile yet what the great majority don’t understand if the power of our subconciousness mind.
Where is my spade?
Our subconscious minds bring in whatever we impress over and over again. We get what we expect. If we repeatedly impress our subconcious minds with good and expectancy and act as though we’ve already received, then in comes the flood from nowhere.
This flood comes from the superconscious, or divine substance which always listens to our thoughts and words and brings in whatever we think and feel most often.
If we dig our ditches for the good to come in and act our part that the supply will come before there are any signs, it will. There is no way it cannot, for you are using spiritual law which is irrefutable and unflinching in it’s accuracy to deliver what we have asked for.
Take it from the King