“…then everything in life is predestined, is this true?” Z.
God gave everyone freewill and this means we can choose, and then change our minds, at any time. No one can take away what God has given us.
A basic simple beginning of understanding prediction can be as follows:
Prediction can be like having the ability to see that A leads to B, which leads to C, which leads to D, which leads to E, which leads to F, which leads to G, which leads to H, which leads to I, which leads to J, etc., etc. For example, I can predict that Spring will come after Winter, because that’s our planetary design.
Prediction with individuals comes from the ability to see that if a person went to work 5 days a week for many years, then they are on the path to go to work again. However, it is still a person’s freewill to quit their job today, and do something else. Each individual has millions of patterns like this.
Prediction also comes from seeing that if a person is going down a path, and they make certain choices, then certain factors will come into play depending on the decision they make. For example, if a person chooses to go to college, certain factors and life situations will come into this person’s life. If they choose not to go to college, different life situations will come into this person’s life.
Prediction also comes from seeing that if we’re going down a certain road of life, to reach a destination in life, and there are warnings on that road of life, saying something like, “Bridge Out Ahead”, and the warnings are ignored because they’re not believed or not understood, certain things (sometimes harmful things) will happen because the road taken has not been changed. Choosing to smoke cigarettes is an example of the last statement.
Predestination can be a part of life, but only in presenting choices for a person to decide – to act respectfully or disrespectfully, to forgive or not forgive, to be patient or to be impatient, to judge and criticize others, or to be kind and understanding, to cooperate with others or to fight against others, to make someone else’s or one’s own life heaven or to make someone else’s or one’s own life hell, to be selfish or to be unselfish, to choose life or to choose death. Life situations happen, circumstances happen, but how we respond to them comes from our own freewill.
See, we make decisions everyday and these decisions lead us down different paths. Interestingly, we’ve made decisions 10,000 years ago that are affecting our life, today. We’re making decisions today that will affect our life 10,000 years in the future.
“In any moment, we can choose to understand or we can choose to misunderstand.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 1989-2014, Jodie Senkyrik)
“The path that usually leads to ‘learning things the hard way’, so many times, is the ‘easy way’ to choose, isn’t it?” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 1989-2014, Jodie Senkyrik)
“God said ‘Let there be Light,’ and so He created brains.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 1989-2014, Jodie Senkyrik)