Principles For Divine Living
The Principle of Divine Nature
We believe that the nature of God is love; therefore, we love God, we love ourselves and we love everyone else. We are all divine because we are made in the image and likeness of God. We are one with God and our good (health, wealth and harmony in all relatinships). We can never be separated from God nor from any form of life (John 10:30, Romans 8:38-39, Psalms 84:11).
The Principle of Divine Purpose
We believe that the general divine purpose for all life is to be conformed to the image of Christ (Romans 8:28-29). There is also an individual divine purpose for each life that must be discovered and fulfilled. We cannot transition from this life (abundant life) to the next dimension of life (eternal life) until our purpose is fulfilled (John 10:10).
The Principle of Divine Order
We believe that there is a Divine Order in the universe and everything that happens in this life is happening according to that Divine Order. Everything is happening exactly the way that it is supposed to; therefore, we do not believe in accidents, coincidences or mistakes. We live our lives free from regret, guilt or shame because we know that everything in life is divinely orchestrated by God (Psalms 37:23).
The Principle of Divine Timing
We believe that there is a Divine Timing in the universe and that everything is happening according to that Divine Timing. Everything is happening exactly when it is supposed to; therefore, we do not believe in missing God or missed opportunities. We live our lives free of hurry, worry and procrastination because we know that perfectly in tune and in step with God’s divine timing (I Peter 5:6, Esther 4:14, Matthew 6:28-33).
The Principle of Divine Placement
We believe in there is a Divine Placement in the universe and that we are exactly where we are supposed to be spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically, geographically, financially, educationally, vocationally, relationally and socially. We live in the present moment and remain open to receive all of the lessons and all of the blessings that God for us in each place. We live our lives free of complaining, comparing and criticizing others because we know that everyone is exactly where they are supposed to be in every area of their lives (Philippians 4:11, I Timothy 6:6).
The Principle of Divine Provision
We believe that God has already provided everything that we need both naturally and spiritually. We use our faith to bring our good from the heavenly realm of idea into the earthly realm of manifestation. In addition to meeting our needs, we know that God gives us the desires of our hearts as we delight ourselves in giving our time, talents and treasure. We live our lives free from want, poverty, lack or limitation because we know the truth of abundance, increase, overflow and more than enough (II Peter 1:3-4, Psalms 23, Psalms 37:4, Philippians 4:19, Luke 6:38).
The Principle of Divine Protection
We believe that we are divinely protected by God and that there is a hedge of protection around us. Anything that gets that gets through that hedge of protection and gets to us was meant to be for God’s glory and for our good. We live our lives free of fear, worry, doubt and anxiety because we know that there are angels watching over us and protecting us as well as our possessions. We honor, reverence and respect God as the One Power and the One Presence in the Universe, the Spirit of Absolute Good (Psalms 34:7, Job 1:10, II Timothy 1:7, Isaiah 54:17, Hebrews 13:6, Psalms 27:1-2).