Introspection of a seventeen year old girl. 

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  1. Hey, Udisha! Thanks for liking my post, Direction. I’m writing more with the blog, but I feel the urge to get writing elsewhere as well. We’ll see what tomorrow brings. I hope if you really have demons after you, that you’ll find out how to get rid of them in Jesus’ name. Those who have sought the ungodly ones usually end up depressed and suicidal, because that’s what demons like to do to humans. Take care, precious one.

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      1. Hi! I don’t know if you have access to a New Testament from the Holy Bible. Different authors inspired by the One God in heaven wrote the Bible so people could understand some of what He had to say. He is infinite and beyond knowing completely. In the Bible are books and the one that helps is the Gospel of John, or the book of John. There is one God made of three separate parts: God the Father, God the Son – Jesus, and God the Holy Spirit – He always points people to worship God the Father and God the Son. In the book of John, Jesus tells stories to prove He is God, part of the Trinity – which is a mystery of how three can be one. Anyway, He casts out demons by God’s power. In the book of James_4:7, it says “Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.”
        In the book of John in chapter three, Jesus tells how people can become saved by Him from the evil one and from an awful eternity. He says He’s the only God and the only way to heaven. If this seems like too much, pray to Him and ask Himself to reveal the truth to you. He will.
        I’ve seen many answers to prayer. My newborn son got healed from a terrible sickness that the doctors could not heal.
        I hope this helps. I will pray for you today.
        Love, Constance


  2. Hi Udisha. Thanks for following my blog, where you will find a mixture of political comment, British history and fiction. I look forward to reading more of your musings, especially as we are so far apart, geographically and by age. I know I still have much to learn, much that I am certain you can teach me.

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    1. You are welcome. And yes, I look forward to more of your writings. Though I am living in India, world history has always fascinated me. And worldly cuisine and culture, especially when it is Britain. That is the first place I want to visit given the home of numerous famous people – Shakespeare and all. Hope we create something together!


  3. Udisha, many thanks for applying a follow to my very own humble corner of the web and delighted to be able to welcome you aboard. Feel free to add comment and get stuck in with the rest of them. Allow me to ponder a while on your site – have a great week, wherever you may be….MM🍀

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