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How to go into the Silence

How to go into the Silence

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A little book on real prayer and the “practice of the Presence of God” in the daily life. Large numbers of people testify to having entered into a realization of the blessedness and beauty of real prayer since reading this book. It has brought satisfaction and spiritual joy to many.

Going into the Silence

Drop thy still dews of quietness,Till all our strivings cease;Take from our souls the strain and stress,And let our ordered lives confess,The beauty of thy peace.—John Greenleaf Whittier “Be still, and know that I am God." “Wait on the Lord; Be of good courage and He shall strengthen thine heart; Wait, I say, on the…
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How to Enter the Silence

Never enter the Silence in a negative condition. While we must, if we are in a true state of consciousness, enter the Silence with great awe and reverence, at the same time we must be very positive. The attitude of the body can be a great help or a great hindrance when one sits in…
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Why we go into the Silence

“He that seeketh findeth, and to him that knocketh it shall be opened." The following letter with the answer will be of great help to earnest seekers at this point: Dear Mrs. Allen, I expect you will receive many letters about your article on the Silence, but I hope one more will not take up…
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Waiting in the Silence

“Not by might nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of Hosts.” Here is another letter voicing a very common difficulty. The letter and the answer to it are given here with the hope that they will help all who read them. Dear Teacher,— I now go into The Silence with you…
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