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Spirit Stories: Do you know who you are? 

 May 4, 2023

Would you live your life differently if you knew who you really were? Janet appears to tell me that she'd do it all differently if she had only known...

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Waiting for a spirit to show

Getting up early to meet with spirits and share their stories isn't always cut and dry. Sometimes, a whole crowd appears. Other times, there's no one. I'm still figuring out why that is.

This was one of those mornings where the spirit world was silent.

I got up at 4:30am to write, and started with a prayer, as I always do. Nothing happened. No spirits showed up, and nothing at all came to me from the Spirit. Not at all what I was expecting.

I was up and ready to work, so decided that's what I would do. I spent time writing an email and sharing on social media. Once that was done, it was still early, so I decided to check in again.

I prayed again, and used muscle testing, and got that there was a story to receive. I got a name, but it was a bit more "distant", if you will. Not quite as strong and clear as things normally come to me. Before I spoke with the spirit, I received a short poem.

I'm Listening

I open my heart that I may receive
And share these stories without fear.
I allow myself room to expand,
To hear their words most dear.
To testify of the one true King,
Who brings all who seek under his wing.
He binds and restores, makes weary hearts glad,
And offers the peace nowhere else to be had.

New plans for a new life

Janet appears. She's a businesswoman in her mid-50's, dressed impeccably in a red suit and black heels. She comes to sit in a chair across from my desk where I write. She is sad and sorrowful.

"I always knew what I wanted to do. My life had plans so clear! I thought the things that I was seeking would fulfill my heart. I didn't even know there was a better way

Now I feel sorrow for all of that time I spent on earth that was lost. I could have used it for better things and followed a better way. Why didn't anyone tell me? I would have gladly changed my ways!

Please tell all who know about Christ to tell others about him! There are so many like me who want to know and who would willingly receive."

The Son

Ghosts are made of men,
They seek to know what's true.
To find a new and better way,
One that leads them through.

Free of drugs and sex and pain,
Wallowing no more in mud and rain.
But better skies of white and blue,
And a shining Son flowing over you.

Do you know who you are?

It matters. What we identify as sets the path for our life. For years, my identity was that of a physical therapist. When I left that path for another, it took a few years for that identity to change.

At the core, our primary identity is that of a child of God. Regardless of career or job or relationship status, nothing is more important that this central identity.

As a child of God, you are loved and cherished. You have a Father in Heaven who knows you and cares for you. He wants the best for all of His children, which is why He gives us commandments and the opportunity to make covenants with Him.

I promise that when you choose to focus on that core identity for yourself, and follow Heavenly Father's path, you will find more peace and joy than you can find anywhere else in this world.


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About the author

Jen Bessire, PhD, is a Christian medium, author, and healer. After 23 years as a physical therapist, God called her to her current path in 2014. She delights in helping others come unto Christ, heal generational trauma, and create a life of freedom. God is calling you - are you listening?

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