SOLOMON'S WORDS

E&G

Stoltz

DR. Tarbox

DR. Tarbox

xxx

xxx

UPMC Cole Careers

Solomon's Auction & Yard Sale Page

UPMC Cole

Friday, September 12, 2014

Think About It

Inner Magnets

What makes you respond as you do? What controls your thinking, your behavior? Have you ever gotten frustrated with yourself because you keep finding yourself back in the same place? Actually, there are many reasons for this. Our behavior, actions, thoughts, and feelings are often greatly influenced by the inner magnets that have been formed in us over our lifetime.

There is a saying which goes like this, ‘what we live with we learn, what we learn we practice, what we practice we become’. This is a stark reality. The Scriptures tell us that the sins of our parents can affect subsequent generations even up to ten generations. In the natural we know that when you go into a doctor’s office you are asked to give medical information on your family. Those in the medical field have come to realize that heredity has an impact on each individual’s health. Physical and spiritual magnets draw us towards particular outcomes. But can they be changed?

The question can they be changed, is no. You cannot change the inner magnets, but you can change your responses to them. In the physical sense you can change your lifestyle to help protect yourself from heredity issues. By being more aware of your ancestral history, you can do things that will tend to protect you by living a healthier life. The same is true for the spiritual.

If you are not sure what the generational sins might be start by taking a look at your family tree. A close look at your parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins, etc. will give you a picture of what you may be dealing with in your own life and the life of your children. The next thing is to confess these on behalf of your ancestors and ask God to cut off any ties and or curses associated with them. Although we are not responsible for our parent’s sins, they will still affect us. Change in your life will start when you start to take control over it instead of allowing the inner magnets to be in control. Remember Christ came to set the captives free, free from those things that control them. Think about it.

10 comments :

Anonymous said...

Give me a break original sin, and inherited sin. The thought processes of superstitious, gullible people, are a true wonder. Maybe a tendency toward malarkey is inherited. Blaming the child for what the parent did. How bloody stupid. You really think God is that vile, and vindictive? Be like some one punching yer kid in the head for the stupid crap you write on here. Not fair, not right, and not very freaking godly. Stop putting stupid malarkey, on gods shoulders. Stop believing the crap written in a book by men for men. And start looking to your heart. The only word God ever spoke was LOVE no other words are necessary. Because love encompasses many words. Like kindness, caring, understanding, forgiveness, patience, etc. If god is the embodiment of goodness and the father of us all. Do you really think he would act the way they claim in the bible? Or is it more likely those who wrote it. Imbued him with their own failings, and misguided ideals? God didn't sacrifice his son. Nor did the son sacrifice anything. For if in the end they are reunited and all is well. Then where pray tell is the sacrifice? As a father who has lost a son, and a father. And as a disabled vet. I have sacrificed much more. Than your bible god ever did. Do your really think a loving father would send beings to kill the first born of other fathers, for a slight against him? Or ask a man to sacrifice his son, to prove his faith? Or drown his children, for rebelling against him? Or punish them by burning them, in a pit of fire? You have a low opinion of your father don't ya? You bible thumpers are poor excuses for faithful loving people.

Anonymous said...

Oh and who in their right mind, would worship a being, like the one portrayed in your bible?

Anonymous said...

Why does everything we do have to be attached to something?

We own our own lives for better or worse. Accept it and move on.

Anonymous said...

I think this is a well written article and I thank you for writing it. It made me stop and reflect on how sin does affect many generations. Sin has a domino effect. Whenever you sin you always hurt someone besides yourself. Just look at children who were raised by drug abusers, sexual abusers, alcoholics, parents who left their children, had affairs, etc. It sometimes does affect many generations. The baggage their parents left them with is passed on. I have witnessed people who turned over their lives to GOD and overcame the sins of past generations.

McElwain Hall said...

Oh my goodness!

Anonymous said...

Hey 8:53 that is way over the top in the blastfamous commentary. You speak against God? Really? Pretty hanus in my book. And in the Good Book.

Anonymous said...

No 4:51. I think it is a comment to the assumption of failure if you are born to it. Not true. You are what you make of yourself.

Anonymous said...

It is blastphemous, not "blastfamous."
It is hanous, not hanus.
Use SpellCheck please!

Anonymous said...

Actually, it's blasphemous , not blastphemous
And it's heinous , not hanous.
Smh

Anonymous said...

Actually it's blasphemous , not blastphemous.
And it's heinous , not hanous.
SMH.