Our Charismata with Anne Marie Spiritual Counsel through Psychic Intuitive Gifts
A Work in Progress:
From a Christian worldview, and for Christians who are struggling with perhaps taking this step in their Spiritual Lives; an overview of both supporting and condemning scripture from the same "Authoritative written source," the Bible (Judeo-Christian Scripture).
A side-by-side look for your personal reflection. An aid in Discernment.
With the hope and intention of supporting a Dialogue about this too often divisive topic.
Also with the hope to shed Light and Truth on why using the Gifts of the Holy Spirit (Charismata) is part of God's Ministry, especially when used with integrity and in the Spirit of Glorifying God.
In the meanwhile, the Sacred Scripture Page can provide insight into the Positive and Supportive scriptural messages that encourage me to Give my full Heart to this Service, and also impart to me full Trust in God in providing this Service, who works through me.
While I cannot vouch for the above Medium personally, it is worth reading his simple article.
The gifts of the Spirit as mentioned in 1 Corinthians 12:4-11 do not end when the Tanakh and Bible are closed!
What is majestic is that the teachings and stories in the Scriptures from thousands of years ago were examples of the works we have inherited, or are inherent in us all, as Children of God (Spiritual Beings) to put into practice in the present time; as efficacious and relevant, true and powerful now as in the Scriptures.
It is as though the men and women with these gifts that we read about are saying, "Look! This is your story, your heritage, your inheritance, and so now, as you Live and breathe and believe, use these gifts as we did, and be of service to others today by the same Spirit. Perform works to glorify God; don't just read about them! These gifts are not merely historical artifacts; they are infinite without beginning and without end. Rejoice and in All things Praise God! You have read the teachings, let the work continue."
***This also applies to the multitude of cultures whose heritages have included a sacred history of these same works, and who are still practicing them with reverence today.***