I REFUSE TO EXPERIENCE SICKNESS, POVERTY AND UNHAPPINESS
“Good is positive. Evil is merely privative, not absolute; it is like cold which is the privation of heat. All evil is so much death or nonentity. Benevolence is absolute and real.” Emerson
I have free will as a part of my Divine Birthright. This great power of mind is mine to use, and the Law of Mind must fulfill my direction. I now declare my freedom from all evil. I refuse to be dominated by illness, fear, lack and frustration. God never made them, and I will have nothing to do with them. God in me knows only my perfect self, and this alone I recognize, affirm and accept. Having the power to reject the undesirable, I now declare my freedom from evil. Never again will negatives rule my thinking. I am the perfect creation of a perfect God, and I know it.
My body is divinely created, and divinely operated. It is not subject to the ills of the flesh, for my flesh is spiritual substance and cannot be defiled. No sickness can come upon me, and no medical belief can enthrall me. I am the health of the Spirit. I am the Life of God made manifest. I control my thinking and disciple my emotions. My vitality is sufficient for every demand made upon it. I am never unhappy, for God in me is the joy of living. Outer pleasure I enjoy, but my inner joy is not dependent upon it. My real happiness is from my knowledge of God as the joy of my being.
I refuse to experience poverty, lack or financial limitation. I live in a universe of Divine Design and it knows no lack of abundance. Everywhere prosperity is rampant. Money seeks me through every person, thing and situation. His richness is mine, and I accept it. I enjoy the money I have, and I use it with wisdom. There is no virtue in lack, and I now dismiss it from my world. I am the Child of a rich and abundant God. The eternal providing Principle supports and maintains me in freedom. I have Manna to eat which no man can see. I have a living Water of Life to drink, and I am free of all evil.
Taken from “365 Days of Richer Living” by Ernest Holmes and Raymond Charles Barker