Mental Renewal and Spiritual Transformation

Mental Renewal and Spiritual Transformation : Awakening to the Consciousness of Divine Life Within

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Life difficulties are opportunities to awaken to consciousness. If you are not proactive, the universe would claim your spiritual evolution. Job was a pure and upright man, but he was asleep. He was leading a mechanical life, and lacked revelation. The fear of the unknown made him restless and insecure. He performed daily rituals to have a feeling of precarious protection over his family and possessions, but alas! He lost everything. From the horse's own mouth, it is what you fear that happens to you (Job 3:25). This noble man was afflicted so he might wake up. It took him a long time and cost him great pain. When he met the loving, selfless, and merciful God who does not require action but attention, he awoke to consciousness, and his mentality changed. God restored him: Job graduated from a slumbering religious man to an awakened man of faith. This book will help: The Ecclesia to bring all organizations that constitute the Body of Christ to come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God. The people of God to attain to the state of mature being, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ (Eph. 4:13). This book is also about rethinking the Church and her raison d'ètre. Does the Church exist to help people to omit living before death, and prepare to escape hell to go to heaven? Otherwise, what is the common purpose, which the organizations that constitute the Body of Christ are pursuing together?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 190 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.4mm | 281.23g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1507870833
  • 9781507870839

About Micheline Matchum

Micheline Matchum is following Jesus Christ. She was a consecrated Catholic Christian with three vows. Trained in Ignatian Spirituality, she founded a school of inner life. Enriched in her spiritual journey by two experiences of the desert and seven years in Pentecostal assemblies, Micheline proposes a spiritual path, which could help people to fulfill their inner and outer purposes. Beyond this, Micheline affirms: "I AM not my name; I AM not my nationality; I AM not my profession; I AM not the roles I may play in life; I AM not the labels I may carry, but I AM Who I AM!"
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