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Two prayers for your Boardroom

Posted by on December 27, 2015 at 5:03 am

As we end this series on the major parts of your personality, I would like to add two more prayer to help encourage and seal what you have learned.

Prayer #1.

“Holy Spirit You are my Guide and my Teacher. Please bring me to a place of unity and peace within my Boardroom. Where once chaos is and torment ruled, help me replace all this with Your view of my world. Help me bring inner strength from a strong spirit and healthy Will.

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Hearing your Creator is the key to Total Wholeness

Posted by on November 6, 2015content at 2:55 am

As we finish this Blog on Total Wholeness, it’s important to go back and review the foundations for reaching our spirit2goal: Hearing from our Creator and great Architect.  

The ability to hear from God is an essential element in the life of a believer. In John 10:3-4 Jesus says that the sheep know the Shepherd’s voice and they listen and He calls them by name. He is that Shepherd.

So, how does God talk to us?

  1. Through His creation: Romans 1: 19-20, Psalm 19:1 & 97:6
  2. Through the conscience as conviction of the Holy Spirit: Romans 2:15, Hebrews 9:14
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Does God talk to us Today?

Posted by on May 31, 2015conditions at 6:30 amsuggest

In entering the field of Spiritual Mentoring, we run across many church doctrines, historical teachings and some outright BR confusiondangerous beliefs.  Recently a dear person came with a book from her pastor.  The basic premise was that “God doesn’t talk to us personally anymore as He has given us the Bible.  All His words are to found here and no other revelation or interpretation is to be used.  He has written everything He needed to say in the Bible.”

Well, I am not sure which group this book belongs in but it was certainly stunting this person’s walk in knowing the Living Jesus.

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Review: How to Hear your Creator on your Boardroom

Posted by on June 1, 2015 at 6:39 am

policy girlAs we finish this Blog on Total Wholeness, it’s important to go back and review the foundations for reaching our goal: Hearing from our Creator and great Architect.

The ability to hear from God is an essential element in the life of a believer. In John 10:3-4 Jesus says that the sheep know the Shepherd’s voice and they listen and He calls them by name. He is that Shepherd.

So, how does God talk to us?

  1. Through His creation: Romans 1: 19-20, Psalm 19:1 & 97:6
  2. Through the conscience as conviction of the Holy Spirit: Romans 2:15, Hebrews 9:14
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9/13 Exploring Existing Heresies about the Lord of the Boardroom

Posted by on November 11, 2014 at 1:41 am
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3 girlsIn this post, we want to discuss the various Myths, stories and fictitious heresies about the Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth.

If the enemy can discredit Jesus’ resurrection, he destroys one of the foundations of Christianity. V

arious rumours were circulated about Jesus’ death. Many of the ‘Christian’ cults have used these rumours as a basis for their false teachings, leading others astray:

1. Mat. 28:11-15 records that the Jewish elders’ bribed the guards at the tomb to say that: “His disciples came during the night and stole him away while we were asleep”. Heretics have claimed this ever since, even though there was a big stone in front of the opening and soldiers, who would be severely punished for sleeping, guarded the tomb.

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9/12 Meet the Supernatural Jesus for your Boardroom

Posted by on October 30, 2014 at 6:25 pm

toomuch2Say Hello to the Supernatural part of Jesus of Nazareth

We met the supernatural Jesus at His baptism, the account of the trans-figuration, in the witness of others, in His healing and miracles and at His resurrection. We can only understand who Jesus really is from the perspective of the events after His death, resurrection and the continued revelations of the Holy Spirit. He is God come in the flesh as the only begotten Son of God.

1. Jesus’ words and God’s confirmation

Although Jesus did not make an explicit claim to say “I am God”, yet He claimed things for Himself that only God could claim (Mat. 16:17, John 2:16, 5:17, 6:27):

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9/11 Jesus did things God’s way for Total Wholeness

Posted by on October 27, 2014 at 12:20 amhandbook

payoffsThe Lord of our Boardroom did things God’s Way for Total Wholeness

At one point in time and space, God entered the world in the person of Jesus Christ. It is amazing to think, that had He taken up Satan’s offer:

Jesus could have ruled the world.

He could have swept into the religious system with all His miracles and said to Father: ”I can do the job My way. I don’t really need to go through such a nasty death to reclaim the World. Just let Me do this My way.”

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9/10 Is He Lord of your Total Wholeness?

Posted by on October 19, 2014suggest at 10:29 pmblog

prayer 2One of the questions we need to face: “Is Jesus Christ Relevant Today?” The following is a guest post from one of our readers.

Probably one of the most well-known Bible verses is John 3:16

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.”

…. but is it relevant to you today – that is my question to you today – Is Jesus Christ Relevant? The scripture speaks of God’s love for His creation, a love so great that – He gave. He gave something of great value – His only begotten Son. He gave for a purpose – that who ever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.

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The Garden of My Heart and my Total Wholeness

Posted by on October 16, 2014 at 4:00 am

A few years ago, when I was deep involved in doing my our Heart work, the Lord gavw me this poem I wantedbody1 to share it with you today.

THE GARDEN OF MY HEART

My heart was like an overgrown garden,

When my Jesus rescued me.

Overgrown with thorns and briars,

Not a pleasure for my God to see.

 

My walls were strong and tall,

Shielding my weakness from view.

The extent of weeds, thorns and creepers,

No one but He really knew.

 

He became for me the Door to the Father,

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Total Wholeness presents: ‘Guardians of a Promise: Tamar’s Story’

Posted by on June 25, 2014
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Cuppa1Celebrate with me!  After four years in production, this is my first ever published novel!  ‘Guardians of the Promise: Tamar’s Story’.

In 1714 BC, a young country girl began the journey of her life.  She was given in marriage to the eldest son of Judah, to Erdad of the tribe of Abraham.  As she began this journey in fear and trembling, Tamar had little idea of the future she would find.

 

Remember, if you send me an email, I’ll send you a free chapter!  Susanne[at]mentorsnotebook.com

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9/4 So how does the Boardroom change in Total Wholeness?

Posted by on August 24, 2014 at 5:52 am

Today we want to summarise the information we’ve presented about the BR.  In our time together we have looked at each of the different Boardroom members and how they function under the “Old Nature”.  Win this post, we discuss how these members of your personality change when the Holy Spirit becomes real in your life.  This is the process that happens under the Lordship of Jesus. 

So we now present a Review of The Boardroom members and how they change under the influence of the Holy Spirit and your spirit in control. 

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9/2 The Main issue in the Boardroom for Total Wholeness

Posted by on August 13, 2014handbook at 2:39 am

The main challenge for the unity of the Boardroom or for total wholeness in your personality is who is in control? Whose rules Rule?

So many people claim to be Christians, even go to church and serve in whatever ‘box’ they call their church. However, what kind of life do we live outside that box, from Monday to Saturday? No, God hasn’t called us to perfection outside of His grace but where is the unity and oneness of the Body of Christ? Then, we have to stop and know that He is building His church, His bride.

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