Posts Tagged ‘God’

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A Course In Weight Loss by Marianne Williamson – Chapter 3

January 1, 2011


If you have “weight loss” high on your list of New Year’s Resolution you might want to consider asking God for help. While your issue might show up as a weight problem if you put your relationship with God up to number 1 on your list for 2011 you might just solve all your problems in one hit.

Lesson three of A Course In Weight Loss Marianne Williamson talks about “building your altar”. As in AA or A Course In Miracles we come to that point where we realize we can’t fix the problem. “I can’t solve the problem but God will if I let him.”

Read more about: A Course In Weight Loss by Marianne Williamson

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Thank You Video – A Course In Miracles

June 19, 2010

It is God’s Will that He has One Son. And it is God’s Will that His One Son is You. Jesus Christ ~ A Course In Miracles.
Welcome Home!
Watch the THANK YOU video

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Christmas Day Prayer

December 8, 2009

Enjoy. Share. Inspire.
The Miracle Times Christmas Edition

The sign of Christmas is a star, a light in darkness. See it not outside yourself, but shining in the Heaven within, and accept it as the sign the time of Christ has come.

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A Course In Miracles Event

May 25, 2009


The Adventure of A Great Awakening.

Timeless Voice Of Resurrected Mind with Jubi and Clare.
Join us in this unforgettable experience of our escape from the bondage of
space and time to the Light of Eternal life.
Miracles Healing Center, Wisconsin Dells, WI, USA
June 26, 27, 28, 2009
Visit: A Course In Miracles Online

It’s a course in MIRACLES!

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Master Teacher of A Course In Miracles – New Website

March 30, 2009

New Website!

New Website!


Check out this new ACIM website with audios, videos and books by the Master Teacher of A Course In Miracles.

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Thou Shalt Not Kill

January 8, 2008

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Robert Carter sent me his blog post this morning and it really moved me. Its as close to the truth as I have heard anyone express A Course In Miracles

I’ve been thinking about this one item from the ten commandments – “Thou shalt not kill”.
What is really meant by that?
Does this imply that to squash a bug is no different than to squash a human being?
If it is only referencing human beings, then we have two versions of “killing”, one for bugs and for human beings.
And after all, don’t we “kill” fish and fowl and animals for food?
Then “killing” isn’t really what is meant by this commandment, is it?
Would it then refer to “murder”?
But what is murder? Is it only the killing of another human being?
Does that mean we don’t murder fish or bugs?

Read the rest of John’s Article Thou Shalt Not Kill

ACIM

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A Miracle in Woolworths

December 24, 2007

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This is a real miracle story. My Dad is a compere/quiz master but his true career is lifting people’s spirits. At the age of 78 he shows no sign of retiring! Many years ago in Anderson’s Bay, Dunedin, New Zealand… in a supermarket called ‘Woolworths’ he was doing his usual give-away show….

These are his own words (an excerpt from his book):

One dream ending to a give-away occasion happened at a Woolworths Supermarket opening at Andersons Bay Dunedin. My roving commission took me up and down the aisles to locate winners for a variety of prizes, some supplied by Woolies others from my stable of sponsors. I suddenly espied this old tramp of a character, sporting a great pack on his back, and about a years growth of beard sprouting from a ruddy smiling face. Here was an instant target. Hitting my mini hooter I loudly proclaimed he was standing in the Lucky Spot zone and due for a Jackpot pay-out. The crowd gathered around as prizes were piled in his direction – Colgate Toothpaste, Palmolive Soap, chocolates, cigarettes, canned fruit, biscuits, bacon, sausages, the more that was pushed into his pack and into his pockets the broader his smile became. And slowly, tears started to trickle down his cheeks. As he trudged away totally laden with goodies (even a Gillette razor) all the sales ladies within earshot were bawling their eyes out too. That without any doubt was my most pleasurable moment over a lifetime in this give-away game. Other contestants had won houses, holidays, motor-cars and every kind of household appliance – but never had anyone looked as elated as the man we labelled the Back-packer Champion of New Zealand. He’d surely have died since but hopefully with that smile still on his face.