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Christ has delivered us from the power of darkness:.Colossians 1:13. And through those believing in Him others like Dr. Ken McAll have had amazing results helping those with mental issues.

"When a person has an aspiration for life, he is not mentally ill. As for the aspiration for eternal life, this means especially that he has he has no mental problems and will not have. Mental  illnesses occur due to not understanding of life processes, such as lack of ability of forecasting.(seeing the longer term result of present actions and seeing how one would like his life to be), lack of ability to account for one's actions. When a person is able to forecast, he, quite naturally, is accountable for his actions in a more extended way, not only for current actions, but he is able to know about the future actions and this is a proof of completely normal mental health and psychological state. It is possible to eliminate the mental illness by bringing closer...as if just connecting this person to this information by mental control. It is also possible in this case additionally at the level of thinking, to transmit the information of the technology of mastering eternal life, that is, as if due to the internal mental contact. It is possible by an internal impulse, even a single one that contains the joy of life, to return the mental state of the man to norm. To ensure a quicker effect it is possible the 'joy of life'.(the phrase of the 'joy of life'),  exactly into the word 'joy', introduce the component of eternal life. Eternal life is knowingly joyful.

"How can I move, relocate the spiritual impulse into the physical body? The thing is that there are a lot of methods of relocation of spiritual impulses. I can give some special methods, for example it is possible to use number series 81749489. You should imagine that your spiritual impulse is at the end of this series.(the numbers 489).and transfer this impulse by mental imagination inside of the physical body.(transfer it to him using your imagination). The impulse should be formed. The impulse should contain the goal and this is also the technology.(or, has with it the technology of the transfer).of this transfer. And the second method is visualizing the spiritual impulse as a certain sphere in the form of some fog in front of you and enter mentally this sphere.(as this space in front of you is also affecting him at the non physical level). The structures of eternity are in the area of our perception in front of our physical body."....Grigori Grabovoi.

There are good sincere and well trained people who can guide one properly, but Karl Kraus said:."Psychoanalysis is the mental illness that pretends to be a cure.".Romans 14:19 "Let us therefore follow after the things which make for peace and things wherewith one may edify another.(such 'things' are information).".This keeps one from mental illness. Details.

If we have responded to God, we can now be led of God if we decide to walk in the Spirit..Colossians 2:6 "As you have therefore received Christ.Emmanuel the Lord, so walk you in him."

It is important to stay on a positive road once one is on it:.2Peter 2:20-22. Some, having initially responded to the Creator, seek for answers everywhere else.(Isaiah 30:1-3; Proverbs 20:24; Psalms 146:3), even getting into deadly religious legalism

How much to give, how and when is a question I've heard. The heart is involved here. There appears to be three degrees of faith

The wise book of Proverbs has this to say about being generous:.Proverbs 11:24-28; 14:31; 19:17; 21:26. Also Luke 6:30; Matthew 5:42. And from the Old Testament:.Deuteronomy24:17-21. And from Emmanuel.

Selfishness keeps one bound in the ignorance of the low consciousness ego level of relating to the things of life and away from the adventure of the unknown.
   Use money to further human consciousness and bring the world to peace.

Tipping is being generous. Some hotels include tips or gratuities with group programs to simplify bookkeeping. This will usually include gratuities for housekeeping, bell service and food service. In a hotel, bell service should be tipped about $1 per bag, and housekeeping $1 to $5 dollars a day.(in proportion to your room rate). Visitors should know that the standard tip in restaurants is 10%-15% before tax, with 20% for outstanding service. Tip taxis about 10% and a dollar a bag they carry for you.(not just unload), or at the very least round fares up to the nearest dollar. Hair salons 10 to 15% depending on what extras they do.

Greed is concern for the self beyond that of concern for others in need:.Matthew 22:36-40. But know too that ambition.differs from greed.

Greed is when a person has evil motives to use another to gain something at the expense of the other:.Matthew 7:12; (*); Luke 6:31. In all this one gives up his soul to the dark side increasingly so:.Matthew 16:26 "For what is a man profited if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul? Or, what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?".Those lacking vision are those who will trade their soul to do whatever it takes to have what they think will be a nice life on Earth. Being short sighted and seeing only the physical, they lock themselves into selfishness:.Proverbs 29:18 "Where there is no vision, the people perish....".And that is what happened to Judas Iscariot.(John 12:4-6), a disciple of the 12 and the only one who betrayed Emmanuel.

It doesn't matter to some people how they got to the top, but you can tell their character by how many people of good hearts are there with them.

The best thing you can leave people with is good memories, especially children. How generally to do this:.Matthew 7:12. Be good to others the best you can be; the classic story. Another.

Greed comes from a haste for living and a desire to be above others; not the Creator's way:.Philippians 2:3 "Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves."

A greed life is being devoid of peace and patience. Greed causes a person to use another for a benefit that is greater for the self, upsetting the balance. Greed causes heartaches later in life. A good example of a balance.

1Timothy 6:5-10.

These are Christians who lack utilization of the Spirit of God in them to change their hearts, because they tie their identity more to the things important to them for this life than to Him. They could grow faster spiritually.

It's just the vanity of our minds; the human nature we are built with and the devil pumping people's emotions with thoughts and spiritual people not really understanding what it is they are supposed to be overcoming to be filled with the fulness of Christ. To be filled with spiritual fulness you have to know about love:.Ephesians 3:19.

But what are many people's priorities?.2Corinthians 4:18; Philippians 3:3; Romans 10:2,3; Jude 1:21; Luke 12:18-21; Philippians 3:19; 1Timothy 6:18; Hebrews 11:16; Colossians 3:5.(tells us to mortify our idols). Idols in our lives is Self-Ish-Ness.

1Thessalonians 1:9 "For they themselves show of us what manner of entering in we had unto you and how you turned to God from idols to serve the living and true God.(Psalms 42:2; 84:2)."

The ancients even made idols with their own hands and worshipped them. How ridiculous was that?

Many have idols and are choking on them:.Mark 4:19; Matthew 13:22. An idol in the Bible means 'an image of worship; worship is 'attention to' in the original Greek. An idol is something that leads one's attention away from a relationship with the true Creator:.2Kings 17:15.

Earthly 'glory' boys and girls and men and women are concentrically minded, carrying on with life, sacrificing their time to various idols, the things that mean much to them, the things that focus one's attention upon the self, but often mean little if anything to others:.1John 2:16.

And there's never enough to feed selfish desires:.Haggai 1:6. There is always enough for everyone's need, but never enough for everyone's greed. Many have yet to become content: Psalms 131:1-3; Philippians 4:11; 1Timothy 6:6-8.(and in cold countries, a roof over your head too), verse 9; 1Samuel 2:6-9. Contentment comes not so much from wealth as from few wants:.Isaiah 31:7 "For in that day every man shall cast away his idols of silver and his idols of gold, which your own hands have made unto you for a sin."

Avoid being one of 'spirituality', who being consumed with comfort and security, who, 'just for the two of you' buy much larger houses.(Mark 10:29,30; Matthew 19:23,24).and pricey newer cars which see only a few thousand miles each per year, motor homes into the tens of thousands of dollars which may only see a few outings a year, when they knew of other neighbours, some of them spiritual brothers and sisters barely surviving:.Proverbs 3:27,28; Malachi 2:10

Would they be ashamed to be involved with someone below their lifestyle?.Hebrews 2:11; Romans 9:33; Philippians 1:20; 2:2,3,17; Romans 10:11; Luke 6:22-25; 1Thessalonians 2:19,20.
   Instead, get a right and true spiritual perspective of life.

What did Paul say?.Philippians 3:19 "Whose end is destruction, whose God is their belly.(selfishness).and whose glory is in their shame, who mind earthly things."

It is a shame to be overly concerned about security and life here because one doesn't realize what he's missing. Our conduct.(verse 20).should be on spiritual.(lasting).matters, realizing that's where we are going to be forever.(verse 21):.Zephaniah 1:18 "Neither their silver nor their gold is able to deliver them in the day of the LORD'S.(you have to understand what 'the Lord' is).wrath, but the whole land is devoured by the fire of his jealousy. For he makes even a speedy riddance of all them that dwell in the land."
 


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"The glad hand is all right in sunshine, but it's the helping hand on a dark day
that folks remember to the end of time."
...Amadeo Peter Giannini, banker
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