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Why Do People Give Power to Evil?

Why Do People Give Power to Evil?

A lack of understanding of the laws of life creates confusion regarding evil. When things which appear to be bad happen, we long for something or someone to blame. We blame people’s wrong choices on the idea of being influenced by evil. Evil is the word L-i-v-e spelled backwards. When we live without listening, and do not acknowledge the internal and external signs all around us, we are misusing the power of God which is available to us. We are using our magnificent abilities as creative spirits to do wrong things.

Once we understand how evil expresses in our lives, we have the choice to be free from it. As we sow, we shall reap. Our negativity and lower vibrational thinking can bring about the misuse of power in our lives. We are held accountable for the things we know to be right, moral and ethical, yet are not doing. We are not people being ”done unto,” we have the power of choice. It is a simple lesson in cause and effect.

 

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