Answer is you can but only in a safe environment. You actually need to also as it is unsafe not to process your emotions.
I have been walking round my home town recently and I am happy to say that I have been more relaxed about the recent zombie outbreak. Morag and Slemmith seem to be getting on better now.
However some bloaters seem to have escaped the barricade.
A good diet with clever ways to do it.
The bible is also known as the Word and the Word is Jesus.
Praise Jesus. Praise is the highest level of faith.
Proverbs 18:21 “Life and death are in the power of the tongue and those who love it will eat of it’s fruit”.
“But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you,”
Matthew 5:44 ESV
Chesterfield homeless, I want to give you so much food that you look twice as fat and happy as Buddha shown below (this is my aim).
Last night at 1.20am I witnessed a serious crime; five labradors (very organised, probably from London), broke into Meadowfresh butchers and stole five crates of premium grade cumberland sausages.
I have explained how the negative forces have a go at the good homeless people in Chesterfield, in this this post.
This is from the horses mouth (I have conversations with the homeless) and I was a horse myself as I was homeless in Chesterfield too. Even a police man agreed with me about this when we had a conversation about Chesterfield.
A great remedy is the use of a stronghold buster (got this great idea from the Freedom In Christ book by Steve Goss by the way – search online, it’s great).
This is just my list that works for me when I am down. Print out your own list and refer to it when you are down.
Praise is the highest level of faith as it takes place in the third heaven where the Seraphim and Cherubim are right next to God praising Him.
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