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New Thought Idea of Prayer

"Through deepest joy of Him we learn, In sorest grief to Him we turn, And reason stoops its pride to share, The child-like instinct of a prayer." —Whittier "Immortal Love, forever full, Forever flowing free, Forever shared, forever whole, A never-ebbing sea! ”Our outward lips confess the name All other…
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The Kingdom of Heaven

"Truth is hid in great depths, and the way to seek it does not appear to all the world."—Goethe When the disciples asked Jesus why he spoke to the people in parables, and he answered, ''Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of Heaven,…
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Meditation

"God loves from whole to parts but human soul Must rise from individual to whole.” —Pope A careful review of the life of Jesus will show that it was literally true as was written of him, that the mountains had been brought low, the valleys had been filled up, and the…
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Spiritual Growth

Nor love thy life, nor hate but whilst thou livest, Live well, how long or short, permit to heaven. —Milton If it were possible for the soul of man to rise superior, for a brief interval, to its material environment, and to discern the liberty and freedom that exist in…
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The Power of Good

"Be true to the highest thought thou hast, and thy vessel shall ride the sea of a great calm, and thou shalt command both thy vessel and the law."— Lydia Hood Talbot I would like to impress upon your minds the necessity of thoroughly understanding and comprehending the underlying principles…
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What is Spiritual Science?

“I report, as a man may of God's work— all's love, yet all's law.” —Robert Browning What is spiritual Science? At the beginning I might say that Spiritual Science is both a religion and a science. Science has had comparatively little to do with the religions of the past in…
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Contentment

"Contentment is one thing; happiness quite another. The former results from the want of desire the latter from its gratification."—L. F. Ward "Not that I speak in respect of want: for I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content."— Philippians IV, 11 The spirit of contentment…
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The Crucifixion

"And he said unto them, Is a candle brought to be put under a bushel, or under a bed? and not to be put on the candlestick? “For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested; neither was anything kept secret, but that it should come abroad. "If any…
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The Elements of Success

"In God's world, for those who are in earnest there is no failure."—F. W. Robertson Law and order prevail throughout the universe. Whatever may appear to man to be otherwise is only the lack on his part to perceive the full working of any given thing — a partial or…
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Health: How Attained

"What makes all physical or moral ill?''' —Pope Among all people, in all climes, and during all ages, nothing has been so persistently sought as bodily health. The Elixir of Life has been the dream of chemist and alchemist it has even been considered seriously in our own day by…
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Christian Theory and Practice

I ask no organ's soulless breath To drone the themes of life and death, No altar-candle lit by day, No ornate wordsman's rhetoric-play, No cool philosophy to teach Its bland audacities of speech To double-tasked idolaters, No pulpit hammered by the fist Of loud-asserting dogmatist. God should be most where…
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The Power and Scope of Spiritual Science in Daily Life

"Take Nature's path, and mad Opinions leave;All states can reach it, and all heads conceive;Obvions her goods, in no extreme they dwell;There needs but thinking right, and meaning well;And mourn our various portions as we please,Equal in common sense, and common ease.Remember, man, 'the Universal CauseActs not by partial, but…
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The Soul’s Dominion

"When we can drain the ocean into mill-ponds, and bottle up the force of gravity, to be sold by retail, in gas-jars; then may we hope to comprehend the infinitudes of man's soul under formulas of profit and loss." —Carlyle Has the soul of man dominion over the body, or…
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The Treasures of Life

When Jesus said that there is another kind of treasure that may be laid up in heaven, he did not mean at some future time, for some future happiness, but that we are storing away knowledge which will be of use in our daily life. When I say knowledge I…
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The Spiritual Man

"I say no man has ever yet been half devout enough. None has ever adored or worshiped half enough. None has begun to think how divine he himself is, and how certain the future is." —Walt Whitman "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old…
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Hidden Mysteries

“He came into his own, and his own received him not." —John I. 11 Many believe this verse to refer directly to the coming of Jesus to the Jews, and, consequently, see a condition of things that existed in the remote past, and not in the living present. It has,…
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All Life is One Life

"Be of those beings, filled with force and will and love."—Bahac Anything that is worth doing in this world, is worth doing well. No matter what we undertake, be the thing great or little, it should receive our thoughtful consideration. Having once decided upon its execution, we should be both…
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