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The Nature and Activity of The Infinite Way 2/6

June 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

Never try to go in a treatment direct to your patient. That is why we never use the name of a person. You were taught, those of you who came through Christian Science, that if you addressed your patient by name, they would respond more quickly. That is true in mental treatment or mental telepathy, or mental suggestion, which that form of treatment is. Nothing to it. There’s no God in it. There’s no Spirit in it. It is all mental suggestion. [...]

Christ Ascended 4/5

May 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

You see God is nothing objective to you. Therefore, you cannot have a thought about God that would be God. Then the closest you come to God is when you are having no thought about God but can say, “enlighten me.” And then you’ll find that there is no God at all that you could think of up in your mind. God is subjective. No thought about God is God. [...]

Day 39: The Spirit of Christ

April 8, 2017 // 5 Comments

We are contemplating truth, and the truth we are contemplating is Oneness, one God, one Life, one Substance, one Law, one Cause, one Presence, one Power, and when we have contemplated it long enough, a peace steals over us. [...]

Day 24: God is the only power

March 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

God is the only power and I acknowledge no other power. God is life’ I’m convinced of that. And I’m convinced that the immortality of God means the immortality of life. Well, then why should I fear disease? [...]

Day 21: Acknowledge only one God

March 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

And the Master said, “acknowledge only one God.” Yes, but God is life. Well, then acknowledge only one life. But God is love. Then acknowledge only one love. But God is law. Then acknowledge only one law. [...]

The New Man 4/5

February 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

I, Joel have access to the “I” that is within me which is God: for I and the Father, I, Joel and I the Father is one—I, Joel is the expression, the manifestation, the offshoot, the offspring of the infinite, divine “I” that I am. And this “I” is forever “in the midst of me, that I might have life and that I might have it more abundant.” [...]