Ever have a premonition? Ever think you have been to a new place before? Ever had feminine intuition?
It has been said that the psychic forces originate with God. It was only today that I had a premonition and then connected the dots that that premonition may have been God saying to me, “Yes, dear one, I am here.”
Those of us living on earth today do not have the good fortune to walk with God in the flesh. (Perhaps some day we will.) There are precious few opportunities to connect with the living God in a personal way. Yet there are times when God beacons to us.
Sometimes it is a feeling of agape love. Sometimes it is humorous and entertaining, and sometimes a flash of inspiration is meant to warn us of an impending danger.
Webster’s Dictionary describes being psychic as:
—used to describe strange mental powers and abilities (such as the ability to predict the future, to know what other people are thinking, or to receive messages from dead people) that cannot be explained by natural laws
Little flashes of paranormal may be beneficial, but, there are people among us who ACTUALLY DO hang out and a shingle and claim to have supernatural powers.
Okay, I have had a psychic reading or two. Sometimes it seemed as if the reader was offering helpful insight. Unfortunately, where there is a dollar to be made, there is also fabrication (or ‘fib-rication’). But now I see things more clearly.
I would rather remain satisfied with a personal flash of inspired insight, and from now on I will treasure these small moments of connection with our Father. It would be great if some of my readers would leave a comment regarding a personal premonition or other psychic experience. Have faith.
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