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Two Parts to Prayer or Treatment 1/4

March 22, 2020 // 2 Comments

So never depend on anything that exists as effect. Always depend on that which is, in any given moment, in the invisible as much as to say if we here now were confronted with a problem instead of rushing to know some truth, let us do just the opposite of that. Let us say, “Wait a minute. I don’t know anything. God it’s your time.” [...]

The New Man 3/5

February 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

For there is no might and there is no power that can withstand the knowledge of God. Come unto Me and be saved. Come unto this “I” that is within you, and no shackles will ever be placed on your soul, on your mind, or on your body. But only, only as you learn, to know God aright. To know Him aright is not only life eternal, it is life joyous, and life free, and life abundant. I am come that you might have life and that you might have it more abundant. I in the midst of you. [...]

The Essence of The Infinite Way 1/4

February 7, 2017 // 0 Comments

The religious world has ignored this, for reasons of which we have no knowledge, because it dates back so far, but I’m sure most of you, especially those of you who have had a church training, have been taught that the source of evil, the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, had to do with sex, that the fall of man had to do with sex. And I may state to you right now, definitely and positively and absolutely, that there isn’t and never was a word of truth in that. [...]

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. [...]

The Omnipresence of Supply

August 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

What does omnipresence mean? Does it not imply the omnipresence of God, the omnipresence of spirit, the omnipresence of allness, the omnipresence of life, truth, love, and substance, and therefore, the omnipresence of supply? But we acknowledge omnipresence in one breath and deny it in the next. [...]