In the beginning, before you were created your whole life was already layed out for you. About 97% of everything in your life (people you meet, job,
house, kids, favorite color, etc.) was preordained, and the rest 3% is up to you. (Brand of toothpaste, Jacket to wear, etc.) In heaven, there is a
book on each and every person that lives here on Earth. This book details every possible detail about a person; it sits in the Great Library in the
temple. A person is not allowed to read their individual book until the end. The only ones who are allowed is the librarian (an archangel), the
elders, and your guide if need be.
Your life is considered your path to above. There is also a tapestry that shows the right, the left, and each persons path (every person). It has
what can be considered blips, that show milestones in your life. Some examples of milestones:
- New Job
- Meet new person on Monday (Above doesn't reference our days like we do though)
- Get case dismissed, and many more..
Your guardian angel/guide is mainly there to keep you on said path. When you get off path, they will try to attempt to correct said action. (A
thought, A suggestion, etc.) They will inject thoughts to get you to try and do what is needed for you to do. Many times ones have thoughts of
getting on bus at a certain time, taking the stairs instead of elevator, etc. This is usually your guide trying to direct you back to your path.
What happens if you miss a major milestone that needs to be completed? You will get a second chance. (Most are not privy to seeing this, but
attribute it to deja vu.) Above will rewind said event and start it over, so you can complete the task. Milestones in your life are not to be missed.
If Father has written this, it must be completed. If your path gets on hold for 2 yrs. just so you can complete milestone, it will be done.
Milestones must be completed before you can move onto next steps.
Example: You want to start that new job. But, it is written for you to move into your new home first, then the job comes. Before Father will bless
you with the new job, you must move first.
Some go off the path completely. For example: You are to stay away from ex-boyfriend, because he constantly brings you down. But, you get back with
him. Now, all of your milestones are on hold, until you get back on path. Reference picture below. (The milestone will still be in place, but it
will take you a lot longer now to reach milestone). Father will let you do what you want for a little while to get you to learn, he will then add
attention grabbers (fight with ex, ex getting in trouble, you losing job, etc.) to get you to leave, if that doesn't work, he will then remove said
person from your life. Usually people are upset when this happens, but later on they look back and proclaim they are much better off now. (Some
people come for a reason, season, or a lifetime, this statement holds very true to above)
The plan that is written for you is up for review some times. For instance, you prove to Father that you can handle your finances and can help
others. You can request to him that you be blessed so that you may assist others financially. For something like this, you and your spirit must be
in agreement. With any prayer, your spirit must agree with you.
Most think, they do things by their own hand. Man has the perception of free will. Father restricts man in many different ways. Some subtle, and
some not so subtle.
This is a high level overview of how a persons path works from above. These bible verses below shed light into some of this, but don't go into very
much detail. I wanted to share with others, some more in detail.
If any questions, feel free to ask.
The heart of man plans his way, but the Lord establishes his steps.—Proverbs 16:9
“The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord … ”(Psalm 37:23)
“O Lord, I know the way of man is not in himself; it is not in man who walks to direct his own steps.” (Jeremiah 10:23)
“Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He shall give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord, trust also in Him, and He
shall bring it to pass … Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him.” (Psalm 37:4,7)
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