Walking On Water
08/21/2018

August 14, 2018

Howdy Wholetonians,

I hope you are feeling great and have enjoyed a wonderful summer, my friends! By the time you read this, I will be recording a new Wholetones project with the guys. In the following weeks, I’ll be sharing some amazing testimonies from many of you regarding Wholetones 2Sleep Gen2! Plus, you can also expect some big news regarding future Wholetones exploits. But first, let me take a moment to apologize for any delay you may have experienced in receiving your Wholetones 2Sleepmask.

Most people don’t realize what separates our sleep masks from everyone else’ on the market—not only do we energize each mask with specific Wholetonesfrequencies, but we also fill our masks with tourmaline (a semi-precious mineral known as the “beauty mineral” that has a host of health benefits). When our last shipment came in, we tested it and discovered that the level of tourmaline was substandard.

Even though nobody would have ever known if we had shipped it, I would. Since I operate with 100% integrity, we returned the shipment and told the manufacturer to get it right! Thus, even though I never want to disappoint you or delay your order, it has to be right when it’s delivered to you. Rest assured, we are on top of this. That brings me to this week’s musing, “Walking On Water.”

Have you noticed that anything worthy of your time requires a sacrifice? Whether it’s a good marriage, business, or dream, it will demand a level of faith that you may not even realize you possess. When you truly lock onto something with destiny written all over it, you will be challenged … people will tell you that you’re wasting your time, that it can’t be done, that the odds of success are too small.

When you hear this, instead of getting discouraged, get encouraged! Chances are you are just around the corner from victory. One of my favorite stories in the Bible is where Jesus is walking on the water and calls to Peter to get out of the boat and walk to Him. The amazing part is, as long as Peter kept his eyes on Jesus, he was able to actually walk on the water; yet when he looked at his circumstances (the wind and the waves), he began to sink because of fear. So let’s examine this story.

First, the boat represents comfort. Peter was asked to leave his “comfort zone” to do the impossible. Second, notice the emphasis on focus… as long as Peter focusedon Jesus, he could do what had been considered impossible--literally walking on water. However, once he turned his focus away from Jesus and started looking instead at the elements involved in walking to Jesus, faith was replaced by fear. Faith and fear are diametrically opposed; you cannot have both at the same time. If you are faithful, you are fearless. If you are fearful, you are faithless. Never the twain shall meet.

Maybe by now you are wondering, “Michael, have you ever walked on water?” The answer is yes! From day one, nurturing Wholetoneshas been an exercise in walking on water. Sometimes I lose my focus and sink, but I always get back up again. My prayer for you today is that you always stay dry as you pursue your dreams!

Until next week.

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Be Whole,
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Michael S. Tyrrell

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