by Steve Wagers

Analyzing the Handwriting of God
Pastor Steve N. Wagers
Ex. 31:18; Daniel 5: 5; John 8:6; Eph. 2: 10
October 24. 2010

1. Direction through the Handwriting of Guidance!
a) To Prepare an Unorganized People
b) To Purify an Undisciplined People
c) To Protect an Unfaithful People
2. Disapproval through the Handwriting of Guilt!
a) Joy Grows
b) Juice Flows
c) Judgment Shows
1) Festivity turns to Fear
2) Dominance turns to Disgrace
3. Deliverance through the Handwriting of Grace!
a) The Conspiracy Exposed
b) The Conviction Exhibited
c) The Cleansing Experienced
4. Development through the Handwriting of Glory!
a) What God Shows to Us
b) What God Sets for Us
c) What God Says about Us

Handwriting analysis, or Graphology, is the science involved in producing a personality profile, of the writer, by examining the characteristics, traits and strokes of an individual's handwriting. Besides creating a complete personality profile, many other things are revealed in your handwriting, such as health issues, morality, past experiences, hidden talents, even mental problems.

Your brain guides your hand. Everything put on paper is a result of a two-way circuit between your brain and the motor reflex muscles of your hand. Thus, your handwriting literally becomes a Polygraph; a read-out of your "complete self."

Writers with heavy pressure are usually highly successful. They have a lot of vitality and their emotional experiences last for a long time. Writers who write with average pressure are usually moderately successful and usually have enough energy to make it through the day. Those with light pressure try to avoid energy draining situations.

A right slant signals one who responds strongly to emotional situations. They are caring, warm and outgoing-- their heart rules their mind. A vertical slant writer tries to keep their emotions in check-- mind rules their heart. A left slant writer will conceal their emotions and is observed as cold and indiffere ...

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