Ancient Paths


Sometimes people wrongly believe that when they experience pain, God is giving them what they deserve. Find out what's really happening during the painful times in your life.

Jeremiah 6:16 says, “Stand by the ways, and see and ask for the ancient paths where the good way is and walk in it, and you shall find rest for your soul.”

What are Ancient Paths? They’re simply universal principles of life that cause life to function. It doesn’t matter whether you believe in them or understand them. They work in very specific spiritual ways much like gravity. And they work in spite of your beliefs or lack of understanding. If you violate them you’ll cause yourself and the people around you a lot of pain.

I talk to people all the time, who struggle in their finances, struggle with their marriage, their children and in relationships with others. They can’t understand why there are always angry or depressed or dealing with recurring emotional problems.

Often, left with no other explanation, they blame God for their problems, “You are allowing my life to be like this. You are just giving me what I deserve,” they think. The truth is that they could not be more wrong. They are simply violating an ancient biblical path or principal and don’t know it.

Perhaps you are dealing with a similar problem. If you are, Jan and I want to encourage you to attend an Ancient Paths seminar near you. Give the Lord the opportunity and He will change your life. Please go to our website and learn more.


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