NEWS ABOUT BARRY DREW INTERVIEW FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

Dean 1On Monday evening I was lucky enough to get the chance to interview Shamanic healer Barry Drew. The interview went very well and it will be appearing in the November edition of my magazine. I was also fortunate to learn about the Child Centre in Keighley which you can also read about in the same edition.

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MORE ABOUT CHRISTIANITY FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH BY RUMBI MAPANGA

christian meditationAs a new Christian I was confused on how to meditate in God’s word. The biggest question I had was: are Christians supposed to hum like those who do yoga? I wanted to know if that was the meditation the bible referred to. I honestly wondered how by humming and producing sounds whilst maintaining a certain position would accomplish what God had instructed us to do. Please note I am not trying to take away the therapeutic power of Yoga and Karate, I believe it has its own use; however the bible meditation should surely be something more than humming and posture.

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MORE FUN STARS FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

from-the-horses-mouthNOT VERY SERIOUS STARS

Scorpio 24 Oct – 22 Nov

If you’re single, a marriage proposal may be heading your way. If you’re married, your marriage is about to enter a purple patch which you will enjoy immensely on a physical level.

Sagittarius 23 Nov – 21 Dec

This month the artistic side of your personality will come to the fore which will attract a whole new crowd of friends. A man with a briefcase will be the bearer of good news.

Capricorn 22 Dec – 20 Jan

Someone you love may take up a dangerous sport but remember it is their decision and worrying about it is a waste of time and energy. Think about changing your partner if you are bored of them.

Aquarius 21 Jan – 19 Feb

July promises to be a good month for you so it might be worth buying a lottery ticket as the planets are all in your favour. Someone who is close to you may do something which leaves you gobsmacked.

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NEW EDITION OF FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH OUT THE FIRST OF JULY

from-the-horses-mouthTo view the latest edition of the free monthly world magazine and to subscribe for free please go to: http://www.deancharltonmag.com

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MORE MIRACLES FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

003The miracle at Fatima in Portugal where on the 13th October 1917 Mary kept a
promise to the three visionaries when, in front of a crowd 30,000 people, some
of them sceptical, the sun started to spin in the sky and appear to be coming
down towards them. Many were alarmed and cried out in fear. Eventually the sun
returned to its normal place in the sky. Any thought of ‘mass hysteria’ can be
ruled out by the fact that prior to the miracle it had being raining heavily and
everyone was soaked. After the miracle all the clothes were completely dry – a
second miracle had occurred.

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LETTERS PAGE FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

 

Dean 1Dear Editor

When I am driving my bus in England I constantly feel frustrated when I am stuck behind cyclists weaving about in the road. While I think it is good people are getting exercise, I think cyclists are becoming a nuisance to motorists who are obviously terrified of harming them. Why don’t we tax cyclists and use the money to build more cycling lanes so that everyone is safer?

Disgruntled bus driver, Halifax.

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CHRISTIANITY FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

TRUSTING THE LORD

 

Written by Rumbidzai Mapanga

 

Lean on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. (Proverbs 3:5AMP)

Trust-in-GodAs a new Christian one of the hardest things which I had to do was to learn to trust the Lord. No one had fully explained to me what it meant to trust God when the storm of life was raging around me. Oh yes I had done the prayer of redemption and had confessed with my mouth that Jesus was now my personal saviour and totally believed that God exist and hears me when I pray.

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Alcohol article from March’s From The Horse’s Mouth

ALCOHOL ARTICLE

 

By Dean Charlton

 

from-the-horses-mouth I first experienced alcohol when an errant aunty gave me some when I was four or five years of age. I then remember going to an assistant scout master’s home and being allowed to drink cider which I thought was fantastic!

My first alcoholic drink in a local public house was when I was seventeen and it was a pint of Sam Smith’s bitter which cost 52p, in 1981.

When I was in sixth form in Brigshaw Comprehensive, I was experiencing mental illness and abused alcohol with my peers and drank bottles of QC Sherry alone – even in Kippax graveyard. One problem was that my friends seemed to be drinking or experimenting with drugs – so it was a cultural thing.

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March Edition of From The Horse’s Mouth

from-the-horses-mouthHello. The new edition of my free world magazine is published  on Friday and I hope you can find time to view it and subscribe for free at http://www.deancharltonmag.com. The March edition contains: an interview with a midwife, an article about alcohol, a recipe, a christianity article, an interview with a professional tennis coach, serious and non-serious astrology, a letters page, articles on meditation and hypnotherapy and an article about shamanism.

Feb edition of From The Horse’s Mouth

Christianity

IS CHRISTIANITY IMPORTANT IN THIS DAY AND AGE?

By Rumbidzai Mapanga

To fully answer this question one needs to explain what Christianity is and what it is not. The most important point to note is that Christianity is not a religion which is about works.  For example keeping the law and doing good deeds are an intrinsic part of religious practice. However, even those who keep the law don’t fully comprehend the magnitude of it. Religion requires one to keep all the law, in other words to be perfect in all areas of life, when you miss one tiny bit then you have failed them all. That is why even the high priest needed to make an atonement of sin before they entered the holy of holies. As humans our best attempt in meeting the law requirements and doing the best we can is still regarded as filthy rags before God.

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