3 Easy steps to a successful Psychic ReadingWritten by Universal Psychic Guild
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3. Concentrate on your question. Bring question you desire an answer to your mind and expect that it will be answered. Because we are entering spiritual realm to find answers that you seek, more relaxed and in harmony you are better you’re reading. We also find that once your answer has been submitted to cosmic it receives an answer, even if it is not straight away. We have many cases each day where a person may not feel they have had exact answer but during next few days it appears. So get ready for your psychic reading and remember better you follow techniques listed above better your reading will be.
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C.S. Lewis had the Right WordsWritten by Terry Dashner
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Today we can’t see Jesus physically, but we can see Him with eyes of our heart. We have two sets of eyes—one set is physical, and other set is spiritual. The spiritual eyes of our heart are very, very important to spiritual survival. Why? Sometimes our physical eyes focus on “created thing” and fails to tell spiritual eyes to investigate further for possible deception. For example, many times in Old Testament people of Israel would turn away from invisible God of heaven and focus their physical eyes on man-made idols of wood or stone and call that thing their god. We must have our spiritual eyes open always to one and true God of heaven, resisting temptation to make gods out of “things” and even ourselves (Humanism). Yes, Bible says that we are to walk by faith and not by (physical) sight. Hear me please. Faith is not blind. We don’t blindly leap into a realm that is suspicious and unreasonable. We see Word of God before us, and our eyes of faith stay focused on promises until they become reality.
What about savoring Jesus? Do you? Pastor John Piper says that when you see something as true and beautiful and valuable, you savor it. That is, you treasure it. You cherish and admire and prize it. Spiritual seeing and spiritual savoring are so closely connected that it would be fair to say: If you don’t savor Christ, you haven’t seen Christ for who He is. If you don’t prize him above all things, you haven’t apprehended his true worth.
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