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  1. Zane Wright says:

    I would like to introduce myself, I am Shea’s Father. After many years of separation and negative feelings we have made contact once again. I am very proud of her journey and the work that she has embarked on. It has been my experience that the good and the bad that we experience in our lives is all connected in a spiritual quest. We all look for the same things; we just get there in different ways.

    May God bless all of you that participate in this quest and to my daughter who has unselfishly committed herself to helping others.

  2. Zane Wright says:

    I am now a daily reader of this blog. I found that the reference to hot air balloons to be very uplifting. Almost like the soaring of the spirit.

    I too believe that everything in life happens for a purpose. We tend to look at good vs bad, but in reality are we not impacted by the bad as much as by the good. The bad prepares us to look for other courses of action and in essence to recognize the alternate door that opens leading to a new realm of experience.

    We must learn to embrace the bad; embrace our mistakes; embrace the new people that are brought into our lives; embrace the old friends and family that we are re-united with. Life is a learning experience that prepares the soul for even greater things that God has in store for each of us. I like that word “store”. Life is like a store and we are all shoppers. What will we choose to take home with us.

    May God bless you all.

  3. Zane Wright says:

    “God knows all things.” The divine mind is conscious of, and conversant with, the thought of all creation. His knowledge of events is universal and perfect. The divine entities going out from him are a part of him; he who “balances the clouds” is also “perfect in knowledge.” “The eyes of the Lord are in every place.” Said your great teacher of the insignificant sparrow, “One of them shall not fall to the ground without my Father’s knowledge,” and also, “The very hairs of your head are numbered.”

    “He tells the number of the stars; he calls them all by their names.”

    The Universal Father is the only personality in all the universe who does actually know the number of the stars and planets of space. All the worlds of every universe are constantly within the consciousness of God. He also says: “I have surely seen the affliction of my people, I have heard their cry, and I know their sorrows.” For “the Lord looks from heaven; he beholds all the sons of men; from the place of his habitation he looks upon all the inhabitants of the earth.” Every creature child may truly say: “He knows the way I take, and when he has tried me, I shall come forth as gold.” “God knows our downsittings and our uprisings; he understands our thoughts afar off and is acquainted with all our ways.” “All things are naked and open to the eyes of him with whom we have to do.” And it should be a real comfort to every human being to understand that “he knows your frame; he remembers that you are dust.” Jesus, speaking of the living God, said, “Your Father knows what you have need of even before you ask him.”

    God is possessed of unlimited power to know all things; his consciousness is universal. His personal circuit encompasses all personalities, and his knowledge of even the lowly creatures is supplemented indirectly through the descending series of divine Sons and directly through the indwelling Thought Adjusters. And furthermore, the Infinite Spirit is all the time everywhere present.

    We are not wholly certain as to whether or not God chooses to foreknow events of sin. But even if God should foreknow the freewill acts of his children, such foreknowledge does not in the least abrogate their freedom. One thing is certain: God is never subjected to surprise.

    Omnipotence does not imply the power to do the nondoable, the ungodlike act. Neither does omniscience imply the knowing of the unknowable. But such statements can hardly be made comprehensible to the finite mind. The creature can hardly understand the range and limitations of the will of the Creator.

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  4. Zane Wright says:

    Great post on the dry conditions in Texas. Just keep in mind that everything cycles…”but the earth abideth forever”.

  5. Steve says:

    I was amazed when I saw your Babel post because the Holy Spirit has been speaking to me of this. Some years back, the Lord led me to study on Babel, its false religion, and its enslaving system of hierarchy so pervasive in the worldview of chain of command. Everyone stepping on whoever gets in their way to try to get higher. I began seeing this as core to racism & all other ways that try to rank the value of persons created in God’s Image. The Lord began to highlight how Trump stepped on every other candidate to ascend. Like a light, I thought then of Trump Towers. The Bible says pride goes before a fall. I believe God will bring the Trump campaign down, confusing their communications. Anyone who claims to never have needed to repent speaks demonic doctrine

    • Shea Brewer says:

      I’m unsure of any outcome with this election. Anyone who is elected can be used for His greater good and purpose. What I do know is that pride and arrogance, taking credit or glory, is never a good path.

      Remember what happened to Herod? Acts 12:23 22And they began to shout, “This is the voice of a god, not a man!” 23Immediately, because Herod did not give glory to God, an angel of the Lord struck him down, and he was eaten by worms and died. 24But the word of God continued to spread and multiply.

      We just need to keep praying for our country, the right leaders and for Israel’s protection. It’s time to blow the Shofar, not holding back. Now is the time to get loud for the kingdom and go out and witness to all the lost sheep.

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