20/20 VISION

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You can, in fact, change your life by changing the way that you see things. It has been theorized that there is no such thing as reality, there is only perception – a premise that can be argued, ad infinitum, by philosophers and physicists, alike. Whether or not it is actually and completely true, the fact remains that your perception of things really does determine how you think, feel and function every single day of your life. It is a fact that God is, but it is also a fact that God is to you how you see that He is. The world around you is, but that world is to you how you see that it is. Life is what it is, but for you, your life is how you really see that it is.

 

 

 

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[…] 20/20 VISION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       In a way that only he can, Bishop Jim Swilley has taken the principles of Scripture and made them practical and doable.  20/20 VISION challenges its readers to elevate their perception from being down-trodden, victimized and hopeless, to being empowered, capable and victorious…. […]


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