In this episode of the TruthSeekah Podcast TruthSeekah speaks with Maimah Karmo about her story of holding on to the promises of God. When Maimah was only 8 years old she remembers having a dream where she spoke to God. God told Maimah in this dream that no matter what happens to her in life she would always be protected to carry out her divine will. After many death attempts and life altering situations that looked glim Maimah still held on to the promises she received from God as a child. Through much adversity and heartache Maimah recounts God’s hand of provision upon her life and has persevered to share her story. After beating breast cancer Maimah has had the opportunity to reach thousands of people through her multiple appearances on the Oprah Winfrey show and also participating on her own TED Talk. Maimah now does private retreats and personal coaching where she speaks to men and women about fulfilling their destiny and embracing spirituality to connect with their creator. In the later half of the interview we speak about mediumship and connecting with the spirits of the deceased and how it is becoming more and more accepted within many christian circles. We see a picture of Jesus upon the mount of transfiguration meeting with elder champions of the faith Moses and Elijah. Jesus’s garments and face transformed into their light form radiating with a bright white light and this was witnessed by not only by Saint Peter but also James and John. This was the first time that someone was privy to be a part of what Jesus practiced during his prayer time. We find that he wasn’t simply praying for people or going over a prayer list but actually communing with the Father and and meeting the saints and prophets of old. Many people of recent years in christianity have reported their elders who have since passed into eternity meeting with them face to face as apparitions in hotel rooms as well as in dreams and visions in the night. In the closing words I speak about calling God Father and why that is important for me because during the show we referred to God as He or She. For me it is personal because I grew up without a father and God promises in the scriptures to be a Father to the fatherless. I believe the scripture and that particular promise and have seen God show up and be the Father that I never knew. Practically and supernaturally I have seen God step into my life and become a friend closer than a brother. I saw God begin to teach me through every situation and circumstance in my life. I’ve also experienced correction as a true father would correct his son or daughter, God began to correct me when I was wrong or in error. I would be led to jobs to work for a period of time long enough for God to instill a character trait or trade that wasn’t imparted by a father. This included practice things such as landscaping, changing oil and sheer work ethic. Thequestion that I asked at the end of the discussion was that as much as I saw God as a Father in my life, I wonder if those out there raised by their father could relate more to the feminine aspects of God being more of a mother figure for them. I see God as the father reaching down and creating mankind out of the dust of the Earth and the Earth being represented as the mother Gaia becoming pregnant with new life and birthing mankind. But those qualities imparted only by a mother that the soul does not receive being raised only by a man does God show up in that aspect for them?
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