The Word in You and the Creating Womb
- Learn the Reason Everything Goes Your Way
- Narrated by: James Jacobs
- Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-19-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Jehu Books
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When you understand who you are your confidence will increase.
Learn how to receive the things you truly desire.
Know the awesome you.
Deeply rooted inside who you really are is a being with an unstoppable ability to create the life that will bring not only what you desire but will also emerge you into the life that bring the fulfillment for what you do.
You don't condemn your desires.
Learn that your ability to desire is probably your greatest gift although you may not have used it with a clear conscious. You will be able to see that it is the very essence of your godly existence.
There is a womb that yearns to make real your intentions.
You will see that there is no way for you to be denied your truest desires if your intention wholly fills your heart and soul.
Passage ways to victory.
Learn the gates from desire to manifestation and how not to overcome the gateway where most give up and abort their desires.
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By L. Rampey on 12-10-17
I loved the Biblical references explained.
I believe the kind of explanation the author gives for certain passages. And as he says, if they (the book) are not for you, that’s fine. They were for me, and as they helped me grow, and if possible feel even more loved by my God, this book was in the truest sense for me a real blessing. Of course the timing was perfect to listen to it - I don’t remember buying it. It’s short and sweet. If you’re in need of this, you’ll buy it now. If not, I hope you will soon, even if not to change your life, but to be thrilled that your Creator thought of you in ways you couldn’t have imagined.
As for the directing of the narration. The time between the last word of the text proper being spoken, and the first word of the text thereafter being spoken, needs a bit of lengthening - just a beat of rhythm at least, to allow the listener to (1) take in the powerful thoughts and feelings occurring because of those last words, taken in with the whole; (2) understand, and with the author and narrator, end the book proper, and then begin whatever else the author and publisher have to say. Thank-you,