Understanding Your Spirit World Paperback
The Science of a Complex Soul
by John Mumba;
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Understanding Your Spirit World
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There are dominion forces in our atmosphere that people can be subjected to, and these forces can make them alien to natural and evil forces that dominate human life. This dynamic enablement comes about when a person’s soul anchors itself to the real source of life. The soul is a spiritual embodiment of knowledge and emotion in man. A soul is a search engine in man; it seeks a resting place to which it can attach itself so it can draw out the virtues of knowledge and emotion. When a person’s soul is changed, everything about that person takes a different route. Man’s nature changes only when a complex soul is achieved. The soul draws from blood its ability to unite with another soul to form a complex soul. Without blood the soul cannot find its resting place and cannot be changed. This is why the first requirement in the salvation of man is blood. And the blood of salvation needed to have different contents from the usual human blood on earth. The contents of the blood of Jesus can make people live like Martians in this world. Common human blood is highly wicked and only leads man to unite himself with wicked spiritual forces to form a soul that is dominated by evil.
Understanding Your Spirit World by John Mumba was published by WestBow Press in December 2014. The ISBN for Understanding Your Spirit World is 9781490862651.
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Details for Understanding Your Spirit World
|Page last updated||9th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Mumba|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||WestBow Press (December 2014)|
|Number of Pages||140|