What we believe will ultimately manifest in our life
On June 7, 2012, Bob Welch (former member of Fleetwood Mac) committed suicide in his Nashville home at around 12:15 p.m. He was found by his wife with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest; a suicide note had been left behind. According to his wife, Welch had spinal surgery three months earlier and doctors had told him he would not get better, and he did not want her to have to care for an invalid........ He obviously couldn't see the bigger picture that there is always hope. Maybe he couldn't see that it was possible for this situation to change for him or that he could find some good in it all. It's very important that we take inventory of the beliefs we've adopted about ourselves and life, they could be flawed like Bob Welches obviously were. It's never too late to have hope. There is always hope with God, but we have to have faith. Faith that things can and will change. Both fear and faith are great motivators. Which are we being driven by in our decisions?
This is a sober reminder of how our beliefs will ultimately become our reality. What are we believing and who are we listening to is of vital importance.
Your future is decided by the voice you've chosen to believe.