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The Truth I Am Is The Truth 2/5

March 21, 2018 // 0 Comments

All power is in the still, small voice; and now let’s have the still, small voice. You see that’s where I have to be still. “Speak Lord, thy servant heareth.” Now, when the feeling comes, when the release comes, now God is on the field. [...]

Day 6: I am Life Eternal

March 6, 2017 // 0 Comments

Meditation Day 6 I am Life Eternal I, and there is only one I, only one I in all this world, only one ego infinitely manifested as you and as me. One infinite, eternal I. One Selfhood. And therefore, I am Spirit. I am life eternal. [...]

I Beyond Space or Time 3/5

July 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

So here we are again God and I together, ever together, ever one. Here where I am God is. Wherever God is I am, for we are ever together. The place whereon I stand is holy ground. God is here. God is now. [...]

I Am the Way 3/3

May 14, 2016 // 0 Comments

Practice this presence of God in you. Practice it, morning, noon and night, under any circumstance and every circumstance. And more especially, those that appear to be evil circumstances; pray the prayer of remembrance. Not a prayer of things I need, or want, or should have. But the prayer of remembrance: Be not afraid, it is I; be still, and know that I within thee am God. Thank you. [...]

The Thunder of Silence 2/4

February 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

Can you believe that there is God and a sickness too? No. How could you believe any such thing? Where would God be while somebody is suffering? Why, we as human parents would never let a child have a disease if we could prevent it or take it away from him. Would we let a child suffer? [...]

Out of Darkness – Light

July 28, 2015 // 1 Comment

There is a moment in your life and in mine when darkness is upon us, and we are without form and void. If, in that emptiness, we can become very still, we shall feel the atmosphere of God envelop us, filling our whole being with light. [...]

The Meaning Of Prayer (1/5)

August 27, 2014 // 0 Comments

What must I do?  Only acknowledge that, because the Lord is my shepherd, I need not fear.  He feedeth me in the wilderness and setteth a table before me.  My function is not to tell that all-knowing Intelligence, but rather to listen and be still. [...]