#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


My Friend, Abraham

I warned you that some of the things I would tell you would rattle your cage a little.

A couple of years ago, I stumbled across a new friend. His name is Abraham. I’m not going to introduce you to him, because you have to experience Abraham directly to even begin to understand. You may not be ready, and that’s okay, too.

Anyway, my friend Abraham talks about emotional setpoints. Anger, for instance, is better than despair. The problem is, I know people who are still stuck in anger, and that’s painful. You have to move on from it eventually, after it serves its purpose, which is to rocket you out of despair, toward constructive action.

Does Abraham supplant my very best friend, Jeshua? (That’s what I call Jesus.) Absolutely not. But there are many teachers, and if we are solidly grounded in our faith, it behooves us to listen. Superstition and fear are the only barriers. Trust me, if it’s not for you, you’ll KNOW.

For those of you who want to explore, go to www.abraham-hicks.com

For those of you who are not ready, that’s okay.

This is spiritual dynamite.

You’re been warned.

A little courage might come in handy.

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