Oracle Card Spiritual Guidance - Week of May 28, 2012

Hello Gods & Goddesses! This week’s energy indicates we may face a difficult situation that may seem irresolvable. Thus, we may encounter an impasse. Rather than react with negativity, or fall into lower energies like blame, or denial, it is best to seek inner guidance. Sometimes the best action is inaction. Allow the universe to resolve some of the details for you. In the meantime, stay positive and shine your light. Be like the Magician and use all of your gifts and resources in order to manifest your intentions for the good of all. Blessings of abundance are assured. ~Namaste Decks Angel Tarot by Doreen Virtue Angel Blessings by Kimberly Marooney

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Christianity - Not a Religion of Laws, A Relationship of Love through Believing in Christ

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“The Difference Between Spirituality and Religion”

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Counting Your Blessings

Do you remember what it was like to be in school and hear the teacher say, “Exams are coming up pretty soon?” You knew it was time to start reviewing and studying. You had studied all along, or at least I hope you had.

At that point it was time to stop and review all of the things that you had already been learning. Everything was important because you didn’t know what questions would be on the test. This required putting every piece of information in its proper place and knowing how to truly apply it to the subject at hand.

Throughout the Bible we see numerous examples of people reviewing. I think that God uses these many examples to show us that reviewing is something we need to do in our own lives. In Exodus, following the time when God led Israel across the Red Sea destroying their pursuers behind them, Moses stopped to review what God had done.

Exodus 15:1 says, “Then Moses and the children of Israel sang this song unto the Lord.” Then he starts into the song, and the whole song is a review of all the things that God had done for them: how He saved them, how He gave them mercy, how He stretched out His hand and destroyed their enemies, how they had gone through the wilderness, and how He had taken care of them.

Moses was not the only one who did a lot of reviewing. In the book of Psalms there are many passages that just retrace Israel’s history and thank God for His blessings. I think particularly of Psalm 18, where David wrote, “I will love You, O Lord, my strength.” He goes on to talk about why he loves God: God is his strength, his rock, his fortress, his deliverer.

Moving on from the Old Testament, there are also great examples of review in the New Testament. Hebrews includes a chapter (chapter 11) that is a review of what God has done and of the faith of people that had been a part of the Old Testament. It specifically mentions people like Noah and Abraham, talking about the faith that they had in things that they could not even see.

Taking time to review is a good thing, whether it is for a test in school or a review of what God has done in your own life. Never forget all that God has done. As you review, make an effort to count your blessings, you may be surprised at just how blessed you are.

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