Beginning Steps 3/4

July 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

The life we live is God’s life. The soul we have is God. But until this moment of illumination, until this moment of realization, we have no benefit. But from the moment of illumination, from that moment the presence goes before us to make the crooked places straight. [...]

Three Principles and Their Practice 2/4

August 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

The overcoming has to be within you. And the overcoming that has to take place within you is your recognition of the truth: I will never leave you nor forsake you. If you go through the waters, you will not drown. If you go through the fire, the flames will not kindle upon you. Why? They haven’t any such power. [...]

Christ Ascended 2/5

April 30, 2017 // 0 Comments

It takes a good deal of silent meditation, a good deal of silent wrangling with your own former beliefs, until you reach that place within your own consciousness where you know that God is closer to you than breathing and nearer than hands and feet, and that you can sit there in quietness and in confidence and be assured the kingdom of God is closer to me than breathing; it is where I am. [...]

Steps Leading to Illumination 4/5

September 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

There is a He within me which performs that which is given me to do, so that I need not take thought for my life, or what I shall eat, what I shall drink or wear or with what shall I be clothed, because now this presence within me knows my need and it is His good pleasure to give It to me. [...]

The Deep Silence of My Peace 2/3

May 28, 2016 // 0 Comments

Those of you who feel this, who are touched by the divine Presence, will want to maintain it always. There is a way, it is the way of frequent silence and frequent meditation, frequent opening of thought to the Christ, to the realization of the divine Presence. At the first flurry of an entrance from the world into your consciousness—retire into this, even while at your work. Be not afraid, it is I. [...]

The Christ (5/5)

May 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

I know this that the Bible is literally true in those passages that present to us universal truth, such as, for instance: I will never leave you nor forsake you. All these passages that show that the Christ is right where we are; that it isn’t the Christ that has forsaken us, it isn’t God who has forsaken us, it’s that we have, in our human sense, become separated from God. We have not agreed that God can set a table before us in the wilderness. We have not agreed that there is nothing impossible to God. And where we have said, “Well, why doesn’t God do these things,” or “Why isn’t the human race better off?” We forget the very logical answer: The world isn’t turning to God; it’s turning to some finite concept of God. Paul called it the God whom ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you.   [...]