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As the days go by in the first months of the year 2020, are you making any headway on your New Year resolutions ?

Many of us don’t have a lot of faith in doing so. We hope to, but there is no power in hope. There is no creative energy in saying, “I hope I can. I wish I could, I want to.” Or even saying, “I’m going to try to…” – these words are not going to make us successful.

I read some words of wisdom when I was seventeen, and I still remember them. I don’t know which ancient scholar first wrote the lines (email me if you know) but a contemporary translation would go something like this:

“If you seem unable to change THINGS in your life, first change your ideas about those things.”

The Celestial Proposal book“We must believe wholeheartedly that whatever we hope for is possible, so that spiritual forces can come into play. And if we align ourselves with a higher power, then… (Excerpt from The Celestial Proposal, Chapter 12 A Quantum Leap Belief System, pg. 149.)

'Everything is possible for one who believes' (Mark 9:23)."

Our belief system is the whole key. We need to yield to God’s powerful presence in order to override the old circuits of negative thought patterns.

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” (Proverbs 3:5)

When we align each manufactured thought with God’s promises, where truly anything is possible, our faith grows in quantum leaps and bounds.

 Powerful Faith is a metaphysical process.

Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. (Hebrews 11:1)

So I urge you to apply this understanding to your New Year resolutions and have a happy and successful new year!

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* Excerpts and links of this material may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Jane Catherine Rozek and TheCelestialProposal.com website.

nativityby Jane Catherine Rozek   

What makes Jesus Christ different from other prophets? 

His followers called him the Son of God. Jesus called himself the Son of Man. He was christened with some kind of metaphysical power so the people called him The Christ. And the moral concepts he taught are honoured in most of the world. God has no religion –

He’s big enough for all of us.

So at Christmas I’m singing this song and my eyes are misty!

Did you know that even verses in the Koran also talk about the birth of Jesus by a virgin Mary (Qur’an, Surah 3:38-48). Muslims also hold him in high respect and believe him to be a great prophet. But why? Because Jesus Christ said some outrageous things!

Click for links to the sources above. Here’s another version with movie scenes. Want to watch it and sing it with your loved ones on Christmas day?

 

Can all this really be true? Well, Jesus Christ wasn’t a liar. The events were witnessed and written down and that’s why we celebrate the birth of Jesus!

shepherds-in-the-presence-of-godA supernatural star in the heavens appeared announcing stupendous good news!

THIS IS the GOOD NEWS! THAT JESUS came down to humanity as an ambassador from a government from somewhere in the outer heavens to give us his spirit!

A Holy Spirit!

A Christ-Consciousness!

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 Here’s my Christmas thoughts from my book, from my heart to yours:

"This luminous mass first appeared to be moving, then stopped at a specific time and place. What star does that?: A host of celestial entities gave them a fantastic message—that the savior of the whole human race had been born. "Praise God that they deem us scrawny human beings worthy enough to be saved!"

from The Celestial Proposal. Chapter 4, The Fusion of Human and God Being, page 43.

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