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Blood, the Currency of the Spirit World

Blood, the Currency of the Spirit World

by Jacqueline Trought

ISBN: 9781628394047

Publisher Xulon Press

Published in Religion & Spirituality/Occult & Paranormal, Religion & Spirituality

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Book Description

Take your life from the mundane gridlock of that which is seen by the physical eye into the reality and truth of the spirit world. Live your life with absolutes, and the knowledge and wisdom that flows from the throne of the Almighty God. Come face to face with that which controls you and with divine wisdom and authority, command it to begin serving you. Enjoy this book on blood with an imaginative twist that commands the exciting edge of reading.

Sample Chapter

CHAPTER 12

The Covenant of Marriage

One of the answers to solving life’s mystery of success.....

The covenant of marriage is designed to be ratified upon the shedding

 

of blood from the unique bond to be shared between a man and

 

his wife. The wife presents a virtuous body to her husband, and a holy

 

covenant is cut and sealed between them in sexual intimacy as man and

 

woman ultimately become one.

 

The shedding of blood in the covenant of marriage elevates the

 

institution of marriage from a mere earthly agreement to a spiritual

 

knot—the making of two individuals into one. The internal mixing of

 

blood and fluids within the body, designed ingeniously as only our Creator

 

could, creates a bonding exchange as man and wife hold onto each other

 

and the body speaks its own excited language in flames of emotional and

 

physical tones.

 

This mysterious union bypasses the knowledge of the physical eye

 

and encapsulates the legalities of spirituality, enabling the two with

 

supernatural powers that guarantees a united force to successfully

 

combat and destroy the enemies of the dream of sweet love and harmony

 

envisioned for the life of the marriage.

 

Virtue however, is the foundation on which this covenant is built.

 

Making this case seems more of an allegation of insult than an absorbable

 

truth. The honor of virtue is no longer a gift reserved for the marriage

 

bed. Society does not wave red flags of warning for impurity.

 

The rumor mill of gossip for the suspected young girl who seems to

 

be passing out her jewel has dried up. So easy it is for precious virgins

 

to be taken—and not just once, but passed over and handed over as

 

cheaply as candy. The factors that desecrate the institution and cheapen

 

the parties are at the helm of the vessel that destroy marriage. The truth

 

is that impurities introduced before marriage and into marriage create

 

its demise. The demise may begin with husband and wife but spreads its

 

fangs from the children of the union down through generations.

 

Impurities create dissension, dissension breeds disgust, disgust

 

entertains deceit, deceit is the cohabiting partner of lust, lust is driven

 

by brokenness, and brokenness is the product of impurity.

 

Like father, like son. Monkey see, monkey do. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

 

These clichés have long existed to prove generational curses are kept

 

alive within families. We call them curses but never stop to explore their

 

beginnings, and if a family member tries to break the mold, somehow

 

it triggers a sense of intolerance. People we love and care for suddenly

 

become the enemy, and from our souls gush distaste strong enough to

 

produce lifelong adversaries.

 

Who wins? No one. What do we gain? Absolutely nothing! However,

 

the pressure in our souls to carry out this vindication of keeping our

 

adversarial differences alive is rock solid. Instead of watching over and

 

caring for our sisters and cousins, we isolate ourselves and gloat when

 

the byproducts of our indifferences take their toll. You may ask, how can

 

we fight against the passion of our souls to satisfy that which we cannot

 

even fathom? I say, think in terms of the beneficiary. If I benefit, then

 

hand over the blessings—cough it up; bring it. If not....

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Jacqueline Trought

Jacqueline Trought

Jacqueline Trought: Pastor, Author, and Naturopathic Health fanatic; currently serves as an assistant to her husband Apostle Winston Trought at Covenant On The Rock Family Church in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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