What question can you ask today that will yield you a desirable outcome?
For example: How many financial miracles will come in to my life today?
or How healthy can I be today? or_____________???? fill in the blanks with what ever question you want to ask for the desired outcome you would like to see.
Have fun with this.
What is your question of the day? What is your desired outcome?
Yesterday after asking my financial question I finally got my deposit back from the last place I lived and when cleaning out the front seat of my car I found a free coupon for an oil change and I didn't have enough money for a coffee and a treat at Starbucks and the young boy behind the counter gave me a free coffee and said enjoy. So the results for asking the questions do show up for you in your life in all sorts of ways. It's kind of interesting to try a new question each day and see what it yields. Let me know what results you get from the questions you ask. Have fun with it.
by naijenni4 months ago
I would ask him, how are you coping with the pressures of the society below?
by R.S. Hutchinson6 years ago
HI I'm new.. and I think.. that if someone (that isn't a Hub Page Member)visits my Hub page and scrolls to the bottom of my page they can see all the forum activity I have been a part of. I'd rather this info not be...
by marinealways247 years ago
Is your belief based on faith, logic, or both?Can a person be logical if they have an illogical belief or faith?
by Jo_Goldsmith115 years ago
I have noticed that the forums have been flooded with God, and the proof if there is one or not. Why do you think people ask questions that they really don't believe in. Why do you think they just randomly pick the...
by Dr Mark5 months ago
I have been getting one or two questions every day in my email through the new "contact the author" feature. The questions have been very important; almost always they are questions/details that can help other...
by JoshuaVerum10 months ago
People who blame God for suffering are therefore claiming He exists!Many atheists do this too which is ironic as they claim He doesn't exist. I call it the " Blame God Paradox ".
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