If you're wondering where your blessing are, I am willing to bet that you have an obsession that is hindering you from meeting your blessings. Sometimes we are obsessed with social media, sex, drugs, alcohol, or even a person; it means that we are not obsessed with God, because an obsession takes over your complete focus. God wants your time, and your focus. He promises that if you will give him those things, he'll give you those things your heart desires.
In the beginning of the world God have us this amazing gift called dominion. To have dominion means that’s we have not only power but authority in the Earth and all of its creatures, this is our territory. We’ve been charged to care and protect it, as well as enjoying it. We know that God is a God of Order, anything out of Order you had to allow. Since he give dominion and freewill it’s YOUR CALL what you allow in you, with you and around you. Hell cant Break loose unless you allow it. Your life can’t fall apart unless you allow it. Although Satan has reared his ugly head, the only way he can stay or even be an influencer is if you allow him to! If you knew the power you had, your life would be wildly different.
God created the Earth in an order in line with divine numeration; everything has an order. What you allow is what you get. Time is an unrenewable Unreplaceable commodity. How you spend it, is an important decision that you make every single day. Be weary who let capitalize on your time. If they are wasting your time reclaim your time. If they aren’t sure of your value, reclaim your time. If they seem to be taking advantage of you reclaim your time. Don’t waste your time doing things that don’t elevate your or move you closer to Christ (thus elevating you).
We all know people who we just know are "fake." Just because someone comes across as inauthentic, it doesn't mean that they are bad people, it just means that haven't fallen love with the person staring back at them when they peer into the mirror. I would even go as far to say that most people even have moments that we contour who we are to fit the perception of those we hope to be received by. What if I told you that the way to thrive was not by duplicating someone else's process, but by trusting your own?