Thanks for the reminder.
For all to read and see. Denying it is to deny Jesus. Jesus And Afterlife Communication Jesus never discouraged people to communicate with their deceased loved ones. In fact, he never mentions mediums once. Jesus encouraged us to be like him.
Given he spoke to the deceased and the fact that he never comments otherwise, I'm happy with it. It is a gift from God. It forbids talking to mediums. Because, according to Leviticus If it is a man, I ask where he sends his wife for 2-weeks so his disgusting wife will not defile him.
As you might imagine, this usually causes a complete melt-down with the Bible slinging hypocrite. In years of me asking this question, not one has given me a number… they tend to be very evasive. Some argue that Jesus died on the cross so no more blood sacrifices are required. So, by Jesus dying on the cross, it erases some of the past rules?
So, not everything in the Bible can be taken literally. That makes sense, doesn't it? It does to me.
Just as it makes sense that Jesus demonstrated mediumship. And at no time did Jesus discourage anyone from practicing it. Leviticus 19 is but one quote. There are many other references. They all lead to the same end: Jesus demonstrated mediumship at a pivotal point in his life, witnessed by his disciples.
It's sad as they are allowing their religious leaders to misguide them.
That religion is blocking them from having a true connection to God. It's sad that they cherry pick arguments from a year-old book written by men. See, religion is man made. God has no religion. Real ethical mediums focus on having a direct relationship with the highest source. Ethical mediums prove that love never dies by bringing messages from deceased loved ones: That's why God has given all spirit guides to help us navigate through life.
To thrive and live the best lives we can. Don't believe you have a spirit guide?
THAT is your spirit guide.My daughter died, she was 50 and a wild child who always did her own thing, one thing I have learned is that *Grief has no time limit ever* and I so wish others in my family could understand that for they don’t.
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Aug 30, · I'm Losing My Faith In God And I'm Really Scared. Thread starter ChangingMyself; Start date Aug 29, ; I'm scared because if I lose my faith completely what am I going to do? I won't have anything to live for anymore. That one made me think What if I lose my eyes, my sight: will I blame God?
The article and many of the comments hit home. My mom died from cancer when I was I was her favorite child. I can say this because I was her only child.
🙂 Well, I was my dad’s only child too. God puts dreams in our hearts and writes a destiny over our lives. And if we trust Him enough to take Him at His word, we will find ourselves on a journey toward the fulfillment of that dream.
Losing God was like watching my best friend die. So when my dad — the worship leader at our church — called a family meeting to tell me and my sister that he was leaving my mom, I dove.