It sounds like a game for children, but apparently some people take very
seriously the program described in a local newspaper. On the first night of the
full moon they invited readers to “allow the energy of the full moon to
provide abundance in your life, release those habits or patterns that no longer
work.”

The article went on to say that they would “celebrate a Full Moon Circle
and create a medicine wheel …. Bring your own drum or rattle and claim your
place in the universe.”
Christians know their place in the universe. It belongs to us. “All things
are yours,” wrote the apostle Paul. We don’t need a rattle or a drum to
claim our inheritance. We don’t have to wait for the full moon to find an
abundant life or to be released from bad habits!


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About The Author

Robert Shannon, a retired preacher living in North Carolina, began preaching at the age of 16. He has preached in churches in Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, and Florida, his longest ministry at First Christian Church of Largo Florida. Now in semi-retirement, he has preached regularly for churches in North Carolina and Tennessee. He has also contributed to kingdom work as a missionary to Eastern Europe and as a Bible College professor. He is past-president of the North American Christian Convention. Bob is the author or co-author of several books.

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