To use the Power of Renunciation, we must be willing to let go of somethings, whether these things be tangible or intangible. We cannot say we want new clothes but are not willing to go through closets and throw out the old you no longer wear. You say you want to have better relationships, but are not willing to make some adjustments to your behavior and/or attitudes, and lastly you say, I want a closer relationship with God, but are not willing to let go of the old thoughts, habits and beliefs, that will allow this to happen for you.
What is the Principle, people? Two things cannot occupy the same place/space at the same time! “It’s “either” “or!” Release does the body good, “just like milk!” When you activate the process of renunciation you will begin to see a difference in your life and affairs. A newness will begin to ensue you within and without. You will notice a pep in your step, you will walk and talk like the child of the most High God you are! The biblical scripture, 2 Corinthians 5:17 states: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” The disciple, Thaddaeus, which represents the faculty of elimination within us, is necessary, one should learn to let go of thoughts and conditions in consciousness, when they have served their purpose and one no longer needs them.
Rev. Minnie M. Robinson
Minister, Teacher, Mediator