By Rev. Bob Luckin
Having a strong appetite for prosperity, I closed my eyes, went to my mental recipe book, and opened to a section entitled 'prosperity'. This is what it said:
See clearly, believing in your mind and heart the ingredients for your prosperity are real.
Set your conviction oven to 'I believe'.
Place the ingredients into the oven and marvel at the power of conviction.
There is no need to beat, whip, or manipulate the ingredients. There is no benefit in pacing, pleading, or looking through the oven door. The process will unfold as any perfect process does.
If you find yourself opening and questioning your convictions, expect the process to take longer. If you remove your prosperity from your conviction oven to examine its progress, you may find your prosperity remains, well, half-baked.
Develop a clear and detailed mental picture of what you want and allow your heart to be bathed in the feel, texture, taste, and smell of it. Add to this rich mixture one heaping cup of visualization; see yourself having what you want.
Add a cup of gratitude and a cup of thanksgiving. Add one tablespoon of release to ensure that the ingredients do not stick.
Place in preheated conviction oven.