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Shedding God’s Light on ‘The Secret’

Is The Law of Attraction for Christians?

Interview with the author of:

The Law of Attraction: Is It for Christians?

 

 

When the book The Secret came out in 2006, it took the world by storm, and as a result, the Law of Attraction became a household term in media and pop-culture circles.

 

In the wake of this popular movement, some Christians have vehemently opposed the New Age thought behind this philosophy. Others have embraced so much of it that they have either left the faith or become some New Age-flavored Christ-followers and lost their salt in the process.

 

Sebastien Richard has decided to investigate, as objectively and scripturally as possible, the validity of the Law of Attraction’s claims. His book is the result of this investigation.

 

In this candid interview, he reveals the details of his own investigative journey into God’s law of attraction.

 

His findings will change the way believers understand the law of attraction, and their faith, for the better.

 

 

In this Episode You Will:

 

Learn what it took for Sebastien to grow from mocker of ‘The Secret’ to seeker of the secret.

 

Understand just what a law, any law, entails.

 

Learn how the law of attraction practitioners can become lazy.

 

And much, much more!

 

 

Memorable Quotes:

 

“If I read what everybody else is reading, I’ll think what everybody else is thinking.”

 

 

‘Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.’ (James 1:17)

 

 

‘It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings.’ (Proverbs 25:2)Click To Tweet

 

 

“Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance.” ~ Albert EinsteinClick To Tweet

 

 

“Every law has a law-maker.”

 

 

“Some say: “That’s what New Agers believe or do. But the reality is that the New Age took it from us. They’ve taken our rainbow! They’ve taken too much from us, and I’m just sick of it! In fact, I want to make everything so godly they’ll be afraid to touch our stuff thinking, “If we do that, they’ll think we are Christians.” Now we say, “If we do that they’ll think we’re New Age. Shame on us!” ~ John Paul Jackson

 

 

“Action becomes the traction behind the law of attraction.”Click To Tweet

 

 

“New agers have a golden egg, but Christians have the goose.”Click To Tweet

 

 

 

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Time to shed some Kingdom light on ‘The Secret’. When the book ‘The Secret’ came out in 2006, it took the world by storm, and as a result, the Law of Attraction became a household term in media and pop-culture circles. In the wake of this popular movement, some Christians have vehemently opposed the New Age thought behind this philosophy.

 

Others have embraced so much of it that they have either left the faith or become some New Age-flavored Christ-followers and lost their salt in the process. Sebastien Richard has decided to investigate, as objectively and scripturally as possible, the validity of the Law of Attraction’s claims. This book is the result of this investigation.

 

Find out the scientific, legal, and scriptural secrets behind the Law of Attraction by considering:

 

•Is the Law of Attraction good, bad, or neutral?

•Just how powerful are our words?

•Is it really a law?

And what does this entail?

•How much authority do believers really have? …And much more!

 

After reading the Law of Attraction: Is It for Christians? You’ll never see your faith or the Law of Attraction itself the same way again.

 

*** Please leave a review on Amazon if you’re enjoying this book, this will help many more people find out the Truth!

 

 

About the author, Sebastien

Sebastien Richard is a Christian speaker, author, blogger, copywriter, and leadership expert who resides in Prince Edward Island Canada with his wife (Elisabeth) and three children. When he's not busy reading, writing, or podcasting life-changing content, he enjoys all things comics, family time, and researching cryptozoology.

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