Blueprint Promise Paperback
How to Build Blueprints That Reflect Your Subconscious Thinking
by Orville Gilmore Jr;
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Many act as if the battle is against the system. Moreover, it will last as long as life. I see it differently. The fight is lifelong, but with yourself. How you prepare to meet these hurdles I call weeds and the upcoming future events, in my opinion, relies on understanding the playing field and your design.
Discerning this information places you above time. This cornerstone of change predicts new thinking, alone with a different level of faith, practice, and discernment, leading to a pattern of success.
This process on paper is your preliminary Blueprint to a Promise. The playing field and the lifecycle work together as change agents. To enhance a feature, one must reach into the spiritual realm and bring the promises, provisions, and authority of God?s will into the natural realm to be seen by all.
This book features two parts. The first thirteen chapters cover preparation; the next fifteen cover the action needed on the playing field. The strategy is simple: Make a decision, believe in that decision, act as if you already have it, give thanks and praise to your God.
The unconscious purpose is to tell time what time it is. We turn learning into discerning.
The skim-through feature in the first four chapters will get you started.
Blueprint Promise by Orville Gilmore Jr was published by iUniverse in October 2014. The ISBN for Blueprint Promise is 9781491749593.
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Details for Blueprint Promise
|Page last updated||9th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Orville Gilmore Jr|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||iUniverse (October 2014)|
|Number of Pages||120|