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The Source of Miracles: 7 Steps to Transforming Your Life Through the Lord's Prayer

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  • Posted January 12, 2010

    New Age, Not Christian

    1.0 out of 5 stars New Age, Not Christian, January 12, 2010

    Honestly, I did not read past page 63. I did not read through all the steps she outlines: The Petals of the ancient Secret of the Rose. There was too much New Age philosophy, Gnosticism and Esotericism. The three cannot be blended together effectively and remain Christian. It's not that these subjects make me uncomfortable to explore. It's just that I know The Truth already and I do not need to add to that. Adding in these other conflicting philosophies and theories of thought to biblical Truth creates confusion, not enlightenment.

    Yes, there is power in prayer. Yes, our words and God's words (the Word) have power. Yes, The Lord's Prayer is a powerful, meaningful and effective prayer. But do I think The Lord's Prayer is literally magic (pg. 3)? No. Do I think that praying it over and over again, even with sincerity and thoughtfulness will help me manifest miracles and abundant life for myself (pg 3)? No. Only God does that. Do I think I made a promise to God or even existed as a spiritual being before I was born (pgs 47 and 51)? I find no Biblical substantiation for that. The author herself does not even give citation for either of these claims. Will I put my faith in man, not just in God? The bible cautions against that in 1 Corintians 2:5 "That your faith should not stand in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God."

    Do I think this book is a worthwhile read? I'm afraid not.

    5 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2014

    I bought this book with good intentions to sit down and enjoy, a

    I bought this book with good intentions to sit down and enjoy, and possibly learn some new things, then I came across the negative information online- about the author herself. There are so many accusations made by others ranging from lies, deceits to outright fraud ( she is not really an ordained minister as she claims and her books never sold a million copies) that I can no longer trust this author or anything she says. I have come away with the impression that she needs to be reading and understanding more about spirituality and honesty before she writes any more on these topics. How can anyone believe what she has to say in print if she cannot practice what she preaches in real life? Very disappointed with her and cannot in clear conscience recommend this book to anyone.

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