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There are laws that pertain to the universe. These laws cannot be broken without ...
There are laws that pertain to the universe. These laws cannot be broken without creating diverse consequences. With every action there is an opposite reaction of effect. And where do the decisions we make come from? They generally come from our minds. The question then becomes, "Who's controlling the mind?" If your mind is at work and in agreement with you then you would rightly say you are controlling your mind. But if you occasionally find that your mind is working against you then you should consider you are not solely in control.
Jesus referred to Satan as, the father of lies. I intend to show how the workings of evil are constructed through the placement of lies and how these lies in combination are at work to disrupt our lives. I will show how the longest and greatest lie is packaged and how the six major steps that makes up a combined package works powerfully against you. Then I will show how the effects from the lies get all mixed in with the pain you experience and how the end results can be devastating.
This book is about our need for revelation and offers the reader an opportunity to begin a personal journey with life as it truly is. This is a lifelong journey in Spirit and truth and it begins with your full recognition of the need for having God working continuously in your life.
Posted February 4, 2013
Posted January 21, 2013
As I turned around to face my nemisis, Tigerstar snatched at my half-eaten mouse, to find it vanish in front of his eyes. He growled and cursed Starclan. "Why are you here?" he spat. As shocked as I was, I had the strength to insult him. "Oh. I didn't know you believed in Starclan. I though you believed in nothing but greed." I snickered. As he informed me I became very shocked. "This is not your precious Starclan. This is the Dark Forest. We can never catch food, even though it temps us day and night. We cannot eat. We are evil." I thought about this and began to question. "If we were from Starclan, could we come into the Dark Forest? Could we catch and eat prey?" Tigerstar pondered on this for a while. He then answered. "Yes, but it would be suicide. Yes." And then it struck me. Improbable, yes. Impossible, no. "Could I be from Starclan?" As if answering my question, Tigerstar leap onto me and started to make the killing bite. "This is for at the Four Trees. I hate you, Scourge." I struggled as a beautiful she-cat walked up. "I am your ansestor. Scourge, come with me." She flicked her tail as she went and Tigerstar ran off. I grew more and more curious as to what Starclan and the Dark Forest were. TO BE CONTINUED...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.