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|Proverb A person consists of his faith. Whatever is his faith, even so is he. - |
Proverb, Indian Faith is trust in what the spirit learned eons ago. - Roberts, B.H. A
faith that hasn't been tested can't be trusted. - Rogers, Adrian The only limit to our
|(God self) eons ago, you can express and scatter those lifetimes throughout |
multiple dimensional realms, including earth. All those lifetimes (descendants) ...
So, these multiple lifetimes (living creatures) also are part of the memories that
are understood (tame) by your Spirit. ... “Faith” is simply you learning to trust in
your own divinity and your ability to manifest what you desire to experience. “
Faith” is that ...
Cynthia Margaret Stoker Franklin - 2003 - Snippet view
|Cynthia Margaret Stoker Franklin. Faith is trust in what the spirit has learned eons |
ago. B. H. Roberts Faith involves letting go and knowing God will catch you.
|B. H. Roberts once said, "Faith is trust in what the spirit learned eons ago." Deep |
down in my spirit, I knew that someday I would be married and have a family. I
trusted what my spirit knew. That was the spark of hope I needed to carry on.
|A Medium's Journey Into the Spirit World Patricia Gagliardo ... So shall tonight be |
a night of learning and experience. ... Much of which I impart to you, I trust you will
rely upon faith in your understanding, knowing all that I have told you is ... In the
translations of eons ago, words were omitted; statements were changed, some
completely deleted, as this was the work of fallen spirits at the hands of the
|If your mind is inspired by these practices, you are ready to learn and train in |
them. ... According to the Buddhist sources,1 numerous eons ago the Buddha of
Infinite Light became a devotee of the bodhisattva path. His name was
Dharmakara. Before a buddha named Lokeshvara, he started his spiritual
journey by taking the bodhisattva vow. ... a buddha: All beings who hear my
name Will come to my pure land.3 If you have faith, trust in the buddha's vow,
wisdom, and compassion, you ...
|The Holy Ghost unlocks dormant knowledge learned eons ago. In this life, while it |
... As our spiritual knowledge grows and our faith increases, we strive more
diligently to trust more in heavenly knowledge than in our own. We then develop
|"Calling Buddha's Name" in pious devotion and absolute trust in him, Shinran |
taught, is the way thereto, but no idea ... faith by the frequency of repeating
Buddha's name, as was done by most other Amita-Buddhists. ... Thus, Shinran
purged, much further than his master had done, Jodo Buddhism from its
association with traditional mysteries and methods of spiritual exercise, and
brought religion ... He wrote some essays, more or less learned, but more letters
of intimate instructions.
|Shrimad Bhagwad Gita also says that 'a man is as his faith is'. If a person |
believes that all mankind is intrinsically bad and that man is dishonest and
unworthy of trust, then his behaviour towards ... one with a masculine polarity and
the other with a feminine polarity, but each with the same spiritual origin and
unique pattern of identity. Aeons ago, you and your twin flame stood before the
Father-Mother God and volunteered to descend into the planes of matter to bring
God's love to earth.
|Faith cometh by hearing.11 Faith in Christ, then, is not a leap in the dark. It is, |
instead, "trust in what the spirit learned aeons ago"; and religious recognition is
just that — re-cognition, a re-knowing. Thus it is, as a Mormon hymn has it, "the