New Ages and Other Wonders

New Ages and Other Wonders
Author : Marcella Martyn
Publisher : Balboa Press
Total Pages : 186
Release : 2012-12
ISBN 10 : 9781452566016
ISBN 13 : 1452566011
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

New Ages and Other Wonders Book Description:

Our ascension from the old earth to the new earth is a process unique in the universe. Through faith and knowledge, this transition need not be fearful. Spirit generously and lovingly teaches, guides, and comforts in each moment of every life. These discussions of the workings of the earth and the heavens foster understanding, and understanding fosters peace. The old earth has served her purpose well; so too shall the new earth serve. The new earth shall be a place of unity, grace, and love. As heaven begins its return to earth, these words of instruction and inspiration offer comfort and serve as reminders of spirit's love. As these beautiful words from spirit contained in New Ages and Other Wonders pass through the channel to you, may those words that resonate in your heart and your life find their way home. These words came from spirit, but they belong to you.

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