Your Jesus Message of the Day: Be Both Blessed and Warned by Jesus in the Light of Luck

Proverbs 28:20

A faithful man will abound with blessings, but whoever listens will hasten to be rich and not go unpunished.

Much derives from the faithful heart, and as mine is your teaching, allow it to heal and regard your own as loyal. It is in my love that you can seek luck, but as not all luck happens by chance, much of it must come from your faithfulness in what you believe, and how you reflect your life unto your higher divination. I call on you to listen and revive opportunities once lost in order to see how luck can stem from a verse told to yourself.

Psalm 147:5

Great is our Lord, and abundant in power; his understanding is beyond measure. 

Opening the Bible will heal your desire to always want your days to be filled with luck. Instead, it will teach you that luck comes from action that is holy and good. There are no plans for the ego of others to provide you with blessings, there are only plans in your faith to continue to seek prayer and solace and build your own luck using your kindness and compassion.

When you want to feel lucky, simply breathe in the air around you, watch the birds in the trees, and note your good health. Luck is not material; it does not come and go. It is you, and as I see you, you are your own luck. Your power is what keeps your luck breathing, and it is in your prayer to me that I answer your wishes to remain or feel so.

Jesus’ Luck

It is not luck I believe in, and it is not luck that I ask of you. Instead, I ask you to feel what makes you want to be a better person, and to practice what I gave to others to prove myself as a worthy Lord. Now, as I sense your request for a luckier life, I ask you to know your worth as an individual, and to never think of luck as something to obtain, but something to simply be.

The Bible says, the lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the Lord (Proverbs 16:33). So much is expected of you, but it is only in you that miracles happen.

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope (Jeremiah 29:11). This is the definition of luck - to be and to be good. A plan for welfare cannot derive from the ideology of luck, and it is in luck that evil awaits. Keep yourself well and do unto others.

What Jesus Does for You

Facing Luck Alone

The luck you wish to find is the luck inside you that you already possess. Keep your faith high, and if you do it alone, do it without distraction. It is in the position of solitude we can find the connections we need, with nobody bounding us to conflicting thoughts.

Learning The Value of Luck

To Value luck is to value your own progression. In prayer, in advice, in times of darkness, allow the prayer of luck to come to you and give you the answers you desire. Create your own luck and allow it to grow from the inside out, and let My love be your guide.

Allowing Luck to Strengthen You

There is great strength in admitting that you need to feel like a person who is lucky. If luck is something that comes from chance, then you will find yourself unlucky forever. It is not by chance we help another, and those are not the ways of the Lord. It is with kindness and forgiveness that we help one another, so allow these to be your strength and stay.

Stay In My Luck

It can be hard to stay and sit somewhere that you may not be familiar with, but only when you accept your surroundings can you fully come to absorb the light it is omitting. Staying in the luck I offer you as you accept your prayer, and my answers will open your eyes to the clarity of eternal faith and hope. It is here you will find your luck and manifest it through your loyalty to me.

Psalm 146:5

Blessed is he whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the LORD his God.

“Let all you do be carried with and in love.”