Sunday, April 15, 2007

Thoughts To Ponder - #113

James Twyman is one of the world's leaders in bringing peace to the earth. Twyman received his Bachelors degree from Loyola University in 1984, and a Doctorate in ministry from Agape Seminary in 1997. He has written five books, Emissary of Light", "Emissary of Love - The Psychic Children Speak to the World", "Proposing Tree: A Love Story", and "Prayer of St. Francis." One role James has played since the beginning, the role he considers to be his central and most important character: The Peace Troubadour.

"We are all learning to live in a way that reflects what we believe, and probably making a few mistakes along the way.

"Still, … keep preparing to step into the Light. I know that is your goal, and it is mine as well. In this we are the same."

"This is a very crucial time in the evolution of humanity toward a much higher consciousness, and some teachings will support that progress while others will not."

"My goal is to help you understand what is "really" happening, the long energetic history that is just now being revealed. Then we will have the power to change things from the source, and the world itself will change."

"Peace is not just a dream but a vibrant reality that exists within each one of us..."

"Nonviolence is the answer for the questions of our time. Love will conquer evil every time."

November 13, 1998, newspaper headlines declared that negotiations with Saddam Hussein had been broken off. The United States was about to attack at any moment. James Twyman, Gregg Braden, and Doreen Virtue were together at a conference in Florida where they had already scheduled a worldwide peace vigil for later that day. Called, "There's Nothing to Fear," again millions of people joined to simultaneously pray for world peace.

"Little did we know," says James, "that on the same day we were holding the worldwide prayer vigil, President Clinton had given the order to attack. Planes were in the air waiting for the order to go ahead and begin the bombing. Within hours of the vigil, Bill Clinton gave an unprecedented stand down order, calling the planes back, not once, but twice. As far as I know, this has never occurred with an executive order."

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