Just remember to replace "I want" with "I am, I have, this is". If you want to want things, you will want things, not have them.

Just remember to replace "I want" with "I am, I have, this is". If you want to want things, you will want things, not have them.

In this session from the 2016 IF:Gathering, speaker and best-selling author Angie Smith speaks openly about God's testing in her life and connects it to the story of Abraham and Isaac.

In this session from the 2016 IF:Gathering, speaker and best-selling author Angie Smith speaks openly about God's testing in her life and connects it to the story of Abraham and Isaac.

The Story of Abraham... Who had illegitimate child. Once he had Isaac with Sarah she had them sent away. But God went to Abraham & promised that they would be cared for & have a kingdom of his own. Abraham took care of them and gave them rations (child support) when he sent them on their way.

The Story of Abraham... Who had illegitimate child. Once he had Isaac with Sarah she had them sent away. But God went to Abraham & promised that they would be cared for & have a kingdom of his own. Abraham took care of them and gave them rations (child support) when he sent them on their way.

"The relationships you have with others are a reflection of the vibrations you offer. There aren't actually any 'others', it's actually all about the relationship you have with yourself. They are projections of that. You can change the people and new ones will appear with the same dynamics. But it's changing your emotions (vibrations) that changes the dynamics - weather with the same people are new people." - Abraham Hicks

"The relationships you have with others are a reflection of the vibrations you offer. There aren't actually any 'others', it's actually all about the relationship you have with yourself. They are projections of that. You can change the people and new ones will appear with the same dynamics. But it's changing your emotions (vibrations) that changes the dynamics - weather with the same people are new people." - Abraham Hicks

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