Pastor Jim's Story Of The Orbss Of Light

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Pastor Jim didn’t seem very enthusiastic about it. He told him, there is no mention in the Bible about orbs of light. The Pastor reminded him of what it says in, 2nd. Corinthians 11:14.
“And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light.”
At home alone, he decided to get to the bottom of it. At his own request, his doctor arranged for him to see a psychiatrist. The doctor suggested to him.
“Since you suffer from P.T.S.D., you could be reliving flares.”
It was a reasonable explanation, but it didn’t quite fit. The next time it happened, he would pay closer attention. He didn’t have to wait long.
That night a golden orb appeared. He saw it clearly and it looked nothing like a flare. Usually, in the field, flares come in red,
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If the living beings stopped, the wheels stopped. If the wheels went into the air, the living beings went with them, because the spirit was in the wheels.”
His investigation started to bear fruit. Here was circles, orbs. The color, yellow was even mentioned. Other translations described the circles as gold. Both colors Tank had experienced. What he had not experienced was any living beings, until he realized.
It did say that when the living beings moved the wheels, the circles moved with them. Wherever Tank went in the apartment, the orbs went with him. However, he saw no creatures in the lights. Further, the appearances were very brief. Ezekiel’s experience seemed to have a longer duration.
He took the chance and read some other published reports on orbs of light. There he discovered that both the church and the New Age were full of opinions. He was very careful in everything he read not to accept any evil explanation.
Gold, church people said represented unconditional love. Green referred to healing and prosperity. Yellow, spoke of wisdom. Blue, offered protection. White, they claimed, was purity and holiness. He thought there was a great danger in all of this. Some people looking at the phenomena could easily see it in the same way as they look at a horoscope. ‘Rubbish,’ he

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