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".. I am fearfully and wonderfully made.."

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Announcements Forums Spirit — August 9th, 2020 ".. I am fearfully and wonderfully made.."

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    “I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.” (Psalm 139:14)

    The part of the quote “and my soul (spiritual sense) knoweth right well.”, reminds me of something Dorothy Rieke says in her lecture Immortality Brought to Light that I have found very helpful. She says “…supporting my statement of perfection… ‘I know it. I understand it. I accept it. I am grateful for it. I am thrilled with it. I am demonstrating it. I am satisfied with it. And everyone sees the perfect demonstration. Exclamation mark, period, full stop.” She then says “This kind of testimony doesn’t leave any opportunity for the negative “buts” or “ifs” to introduce any compromising statements.”

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