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When you don’t understand the things of the spiritual realm, you are bound to make mistakes in marriage. When you read in the bible about how when a man joins himself to his wife the two become one. 626 more words

Jesonian: Judgeless... May 24th, 2015

   Jonathots Daily Blog


At an early age, I awoke from a theological nightmare, quickly realizing that Christianity was not about relating to a composite of Moses, David, Abraham, Joseph, Jesus and the Apostle Paul, but rather, an intriguing study of the personality and character of a Nazarene carpenter, who became a philosophical, healing Redeemer. 391 more words

The Jesonian

The voices of God in your head.

A sermon by the Reverend Batty von Goebbels

So to believe in our Lord you must first hear the voices in your head. At least three, the son, the father and the holy ghost, but probably also the voice of Satan trying to get you to do bad stuff. 519 more words


Identify Your Dominant Intents

“Your thoughts are drawn to your DOMINANT INTENTION — within any moment — and as you are focused upon that intention, you are creating.

“When you have not identified what your dominant intention is, your creative power is diffused because you create in many directions — sometimes in many conflicting directions — thus the feeling of standing still.

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Participatory Habits

“Many of your habits are tied to other beings that you are now participating with in this physical experience. Even though you now understand the power of your words, you often begin to participate in conversation with others who are speaking in opposition to what you want, because you habitually speak with these people about these things.

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The erection of Christ our saviour.

A sermon by the Reverend Batty von Goebbels

First of all God made it all cushy, he had a load of angel pals to hang out with and everything was perfect. 918 more words


God has His Own Timepiece 

It’s the season of ceremonies and decision making. People are graduating, and some are trying to figure out what to do with their lives. The funny thing is that we expect these decisions to happen on our time. 379 more words