What does the Bible say about angels? How many are there? Do I have a guardian angel? Are they male or female? The Bible does not spell out the angelic world in detail, but does leave us pieces. Let’s explore what it does say and leave the rest a mystery as it is not integral to our salvation. That relies fully upon Jesus!
FOLLOW ALONG WITH ME, A SKEPTIC TURNED APOLOGETIC, AS I SEARCH FOR BIBLICAL ANSWERS TO BIG QUESTIONS.
Is there proof God exists?
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What does the Bible say about angels? How many are there? Do I have a guardian angel? Are they male or female? How do they do battle in the spiritual realm? The Bible does not spell out the angelic world in detail, but does leave us pieces. Let’s explore what it does say and leave the rest a mystery as it is not integral to our salvation. That relies fully upon Jesus!
Starting the first week in January I’m going to try memorizing one verse a week. That’s 52 verses in one year! Let’s do it together. Sign up for my email for your free cards, then follow me on Instagram — @house.of.palms — for a weekly reminder and encouragement. I’m so excited to store this treasure in my heart and hope you are too, friend.
We’re going to go through 30 days of simple, specific exercises to uncover our thinking strongholds, say goodbye to negativity and begin a thought life full of gratitude and joy!
I didn’t even know that I could control my thoughts until I was in my 30s! Now, after research, I understand that I am not hostage to my thoughts and am even capable of controlling how my brain grows.
Yep, you heard me right! It’s called neuroplasticity and, simply put, it’s the brain’s ability to grow and adapt. If you continue to think postive thoughts your brain will improve postively. If you think negatively, your brain will grow negatively.
With neuroplasticity in mind, I’ve created a 30-day challenge, one exercise a day — first working to identify negativity and weed it out, and secondly to find joy through gratitude, prayer and focusing on the positive.