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BOOKLET - Circle Making and Prayer Circles Versus The Straight Line of Truth


By Cedric Fisher and Nanci Des Gerlaise

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Properties 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" | Printed, bound on high quality paper
Publisher Lighthouse Trails Publishing

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It is not circles that people need, but rather, what God offers them: a relationship with His Son—no gimmicks, no magic, no trickery—no circles. God offers the free gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ to all those who make a straight line to His throne of grace and to His everlasting truth.

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By on  06 Sept. 2020 (BOOKLET - Circle Making and Prayer Circles Versus The Straight Line of Truth) :

Cynthia Wright

I never felt comfortable about circles, and now I understand why. In this booklet, the authors expose the mysticism that is behind forming circles. They disclose that an individual, named Mark Batterson, published a book entitled" The Circle Maker." Batterson himself, made the statement that he learned to draw circles from a Jewish mystic. This booklet also addresses how circle making has also been used in some branches of Native spirituality as well.
I also drew circles, when I practiced witchcraft. It wasn't until recently, that I read an article, which reminded me of the 4-5 years of being in Girl Scouts, that I had forgotten. There, I also learned to draw circles around those who were present to participate in taking oaths, and performing rituals.


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