Lazarus

Three Principles and Their Practice 1/4

August 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

There is no such thing as personal evil. There is no such thing as evil for which you are responsible. There is no such thing as your being responsible for any of the sins or diseases or lacks or limitations that come into your experience. [...]

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? [...]

Removing the Barriers to God 5/5

July 3, 2016 // 0 Comments

When you come to God, remember this. In your purest state, there is no reason for God to withhold Himself from you. Only when you by ignorance set up a sense of separation, God does not break through to you and not by God’s will but by our having set up the barrier. [...]

How to Heal part4 5/5

May 14, 2016 // 0 Comments

I say to you, the disease or the condition that you are fearing is not a power, except in the belief that there are powers called good and evil. And that in proportion as you will relinquish all belief in good or evil in form, and realize that all power is of the Invisible Spirit, your diseases will quickly or gradually vanish from you. They will vanish in proportion to your acceptance, practice, and finally realization of this Truth. First, you must accept, you must be able to feel in your heart that what I’m saying is true. [...]

Developing Spiritual Consciousness 4/5

January 30, 2016 // 0 Comments

Let us say, the nature of the word I as it is used in mystical literature: I go to prepare a place for you, I will never leave thee nor forsake thee, I was with thee before Abraham was, I in the midst of thee am mighty—when you can understand the meaning of those things, you have arrived at the standpoint of spiritual demonstration and not until then. [...]

Impersonalization Illustrated (4/5)

July 7, 2014 // 0 Comments

Just think of the Master saying to Lazarus: “Come forth.” In other words, death isn’t a power. “Young maid, I say unto thee: Arise.” Death isn’t a power. He didn’t turn to God and say, “I’ll bring the power of God down to heal you or to raise you.” In fact, at the tomb of Lazarus he even said: “I don’t even have to pray, but for the sake of those around here who still believe in prayer.” But all he said was: “Lazarus, come forth. Blind man, open your eyes.” Not a word about, “I’ll have God open your eyes.” [...]