'Paradigm Shift'
     A major change in how some process is accomplished. A paradigm shift can happen when new technology is introduced that radically alters the production process of a good. For example, the assembly line created a substantial paradigm shift not only in the auto industry, but in all other areas of manufacturing as well.
     Think of a Paradigm Shift as a change from one way of thinking to another. It's a revolution, a transformation, a sort of metamorphosis. It just does not happen, but rather it is driven by agents of change in order to change our thinking to go beyond what is the norm. Now to take it into the Spirit realm we must see it as the freedom that God has for us by what we say in order to bring about truth and not doctrine. Freedom
      It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. (Gal 5:1) Most people live with the mistaken notion that God hates fun. We look up toward heaven and see nothing more than a cosmic killjoy, an almighty being who has trouble relaxing, the ultimate negative Nelly. When we think of His Word, many of us think of it as a series of prohibitions and shall not’s. If there is something we want to do, especially something we might actually enjoy, we think, He must have a rule against it. He wants us all to be a bunch of straight-laced people who don't do anything but go to church and read the Bible. Indeed, many Christians, and most non-Christians, think that God's plan for the human race is life in a box, covered with restrictions.
The Bible paints a different picture entirely. From the early pages of Scripture we find that freedom is at the heart of God's plan for you and me. His first three words to Adam (and indirectly to Eve) were, "You are free. . . ." The rest of the sentence informed them that they were free to eat the fruit of every tree and plant on the planet except one. Imagine it. They could enjoy every good thing the world had to offer without worrying about destroying the environment or putting a hole in the ozone layer. From avocados to zucchini, if a plant produced it, they could eat it, with only one exception. The whole world lay at their feet to go out and enjoy in perfect communion with God. As if that were not enough, God planted a garden paradise and dropped the first couple into it. "You are free," He told them, but they threw their freedom away in exchange for bondage to sin.
     A few thousand years later Moses showed the human race how to break the bondage. Today, those of us who take the time to wade through the commands and regulations God gave through the old prophet usually come away overwhelmed by all God made the Israelites do. Yet we fail to see how liberating the first five books of the Bible were to those who first heard their words. God wasn't trying to put Israel in a box. Far from it; Through the Law they could be free from the superstitious rituals that marked the nations around them. They didn't have to wonder who God was or what He required. The Law spelled it all out. It showed them how to stay away from the grotesque sins that offended God. More than anything, the Law showed them the way back to a living relationship with the Lord. The heart of the Law is, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength" (Deut 6:5).

     The ancient Israelite's never quite got it. Neither do we. Jesus said His truth would set us free (John 8:32). But we vacillate between turning freedom into a license to sin, and running away from our freedom in fear. The church in Corinth fell into the first extreme.
      They used freedom as an excuse to indulge in practices Hollywood won't even mention. The churches of Galatia ran to the other extreme. They took sin so seriously that they surrendered their freedom in exchange for a strict legal code. (Baptist)Paul had to remind them in Gal 5:1 that "it is for freedom that Christ has set us free." Two thousand years have not resulted in a firmer grip on freedom. The same two extremes, license and legalism, prevail in churches today. All the while God wants us to live the promise of freedom.
     To be free in Christ means to be free from both sin and the Law. When Jesus rose from the dead, He forever broke the power of sin over those who follow Him. The stains of our guilt have been washed away. No longer do we live under the fear of death and judgment. Jesus already tasted both for us in order that we might be righteous in God's sight. The mistakes of our past no longer matter. He gives us a fresh start. Through the Holy Spirit that He pours out on every believer, we can now live free from the old habits of sin and the endless cycle of frustration which trying to keep His commands inevitably brings. As we read the Law we realize that we could never do everything it required. Christ has set us free from having to try, for He fulfilled all of the Law for us. Now, through living by the Spirit, we will not gratify the desires of the flesh (see Gal 5:16). Our lives will reflect the holiness of God.

      Ultimately, the promise of freedom is about much more than avoiding sin or even doing good works. Christ sets us free in order that we might enjoy Him. Those who call out to Him by faith are free to enter His presence whenever they please. God created us to know Him. In Christ He sets us free from everything that separates us from Him. We don't have to wait for Him to clear His calendar; we never have to make an appointment. In every minute of every day we are free to walk with Him, to simply enjoy being near Him. No more fear of rejection, no more wasting time on things that do not matter; real freedom draws us into His presence.
Let me give a couple of examples of what we do. These are what the Lord gave me in order to change the way I was thinking. Always seek the Lord for wisdom and then believe in what He gives you not what you have learned. Faith has no Religion. It is universal.
First; I speak that which is not as though it were and we shall have whatever we say when the doubt is removed from are heart.
1) Mind: I am blessed with a sound and stable mind, Thoughts of completion and truth, Always looking forward Never looking back Subject to change only in order to achieve.
2) Sickness: I am thankful my body functions in the perfect will of God, Healthy from top to bottom. My immune system defeats all imperfections, germs and viruses My body is strong keeping me strong.
3) Family: I am thankful my family is all they can be. Aware of themselves and focused on the best they can be According to the will of God with Love leading the way.
     I hope you can see that this is the change that is desired but it must be continually said until it becomes the law of our belief. When it becomes real to us it changes the rule of doubt and brings in the law of freedom within us. With the Lord it is always a step by step precept upon precept until we understand the method in which we are being led. All things are subject to change to those who believe. I encourage you to to be willing to do whatever it takes to bring you to total freedom in the Lord. It is life without self condemnation and fear the wisdom and Knowledge that the devil IS a defeated (past tense) foe.
     Let me Paraphrase just a few scriptures;
Ps. 112:2 My seed shall be mighty upon the earth; the generation of the upright shall be blessed.
V. 7 I will not be afraid of evil tidings, my heart is steadfast trusting in the Lord.
Acts 20:24 None of these things move; nor do i count my life dear to myself, so that i may finish my race with joy,
and ministry which i received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God.
Romans 20:21 I will not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but will be strengthened in faith, giving glory to God, and being fully convinced that what He promised He is able to perform.

     As you can see there is no doubt or fear in the words of faith that God has set down for us.
Just believe His words until they become ours.
One more example:
      When we go for healing we must have the right attitude about it. In Jesus's ministry, everyone who received Him as an anointed minister sent from God got healed. Those who did not get healed were those who refused to receive him that way. When he sent His disciples out He said "He that receives you receives Me and he that receives Me receives Him who sent Me. (Matt. 10:40) One of the secrets to healing from a man or woman of God who is praying for you is to receive their ministry as if it were Jesus Himself who is ministering to you. When you receive them as one who Jesus has sent, great power can be released to you from God. When you say to the Lord I am receiving this minister with the same expectation and faith as if he was you laying hands on me and when I am healed I also will lay hands and pray for you have said These signs shall follow them that believe; In Jesus name they shall cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues; they shall lay hands on the sick and they shall recover. (Mark16:17-18)

    May this be a blessing and inspiration to you to go forward in faith believing that all things are subject to change to those who believe?
    Heavenly Father as I repent on behalf of my own ignorance and inadequacies I ask you to forgive those who are reading this for theirs and thank you for the blessing of joy that the truth of Your Word brings to the hearts of your children upon the earth. I rejoice in the truth that we know that has set me and them free. Amen