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Seeking God's Will: The Law of Attraction, Law of Assumption, and Manifesting in Christian Faith

"Manifesting our desires is anchored in the words of Jesus: 'Believe in prayer that you have already received, and it shall be yours.' Faith and belief pave the path to manifestation." Michael Corthell In the realm of personal development and spirituality, various concepts have emerged, such as the law of attraction and manifestation. While these ideas have gained popularity, it is important for Christians to approach them through the lens of their faith. This article explores the connection between the law of attraction, the law of assumption, manifesting desires, and seeking God's will within the context of Christian beliefs. Understanding the Law of Attraction The law of attraction , a concept popularized by New Thought teachings , suggests that like attracts like. It emphasizes the power of thoughts, beliefs, and intentions in shaping one's reality. While this idea aligns with the Christian teaching of faith, it is crucial to evaluate our desires in light

The Law of Divine Oneness and Who was Jesus Christ?

  Jesus, came into his physical body with the awareness that he was a subset of God or God incarnate. He of course understood The Law of Divine Oneness ( plus all Universal Laws ) and called himself the Son of God.  He taught, '' I can assure you that whoever believes in me(what I teach) will do the same things I have done. And they will do even greater things than I have done because I am going to the Father.   And if you ask for anything in my name, I will do it for you. Then the Father’s glory will be shown through the Son.   If you ask me for anything in my name, I will do it... All who love me will obey my teaching. My Father will love them. My Father and I will come to them and live with them. '' He also said,  “Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?” He points to the disciples and says, “Here are my mother and my brothers.  For whoever does the will of my father in heaven is my brother and sister  and mother.”   Finally,  God, the Source, or the One is made

The Christmas Tree: A History

The first modern Christmas tree*  by Michael Corthell Long before the advent of Christianity, evergreens had a special meaning for people during the winter. Just as we today decorate our homes during the festive season with pine, spruce, and fir trees, ancient humans hung evergreen boughs over their doors and windows. In many tribes it was believed that evergreens would keep witches, ghosts, evil spirits, and illness at bay. In December 1846, the popular Illustrated London News published an image* of Queen Victoria standing with Prince Albert and their children around a decorated Christmas tree. Prince Albert was a German and he brought the long standing family tradition to England with him. Christmas trees originated during the Renaissance in early modern Germany . Its 16th-century origins are sometimes associated with Protestant Christian reformer Martin Luther , who is said to have first added lighted candles to an evergreen tree. The earliest known firmly dated representation of