by H. Emilie Cady. Originally published in 1894. CONTENTS Bondage or Liberty, Which - 5 Statement of Being 19 Thinking 28 Denials - 43 Affirmations 58 Faith 70 Personality and Individuality 83 Spiritual Understanding 97 The Secret Place of the Most High - - 112 Finding the Secret Place - - - - 126 Spiritual Gifts - 143 Unity of the Spirit 156 A ...
by H. Emilie Cady. Originally published in 1894. CONTENTS Bondage or Liberty, Which - 5 Statement of Being 19 Thinking 28 Denials - 43 Affirmations 58 Faith 70 Personality and Individuality 83 Spiritual Understanding 97 The Secret Place of the Most High - - 112 Finding the Secret Place - - - - 126 Spiritual Gifts - 143 Unity of the Spirit 156 A Study Guide 171 CIT MO Bondage or Liberty, Which Finally, brethren, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, what ever is lovely, whatever is gracious, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things Phil. 4 8. Every man believes himself to be In bond age to the flesh and to the things o the flesh. All suffering is the result of this belief. The history of the coming of the Children of Israel out of their long bondage in Egypt is descriptive of the human mind, or consciousness, growing up out of the animal or sense part of man and into the spiritual part. Then the LORD said speaking to Moses, 1 have seen the affliction of my people who are in Egypt, and have heard their cry because of their taskmasters I know their sufferings, and 6 Lessons in Truth I have come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land to a good and broad land, a land flowing with milk and honey Exod. 3 7,8. These words express exactly the attitude of the Creator toward His highest creation, man. Today, and all the days, He has been say ing to us, His children I have seen the afflic tion of my people who are in Egypt darkness of ignorance, and have heard their cry be cause of their taskmasters sickness, sorrow, and poverty and I have not I will, but I am now come down to deliver them to a good and broad land, a land flowing with milk and honey Exod. 3 7 adapted. Sometime, somewhere, every human being must come to himself. Having tired of eating husks, he will arise and go to my father Luke 15 18. Tor it is written, As I live, says the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall give praise to God Rom. 14 11. This does not mean that God is a stern auto crat who by reason of supreme power compels man to bow to Him. It is rather an expression of the order of divine law, the law of all love, Bondage or Liberty, Which 7 all good. Man, who Is at first living In the self ish animal part of himself, will grow up through various stages and by various processes to the divine or spiritual understanding wherein he knows that he is one with the Father, and where in he Is free from all suffering, because he has conscious dominion over all things. Somewhere on this journey the human consciousness, or In tellect, comes to a place where it gladly bows to its spiritual self and confesses that this spiri tual self, its Christ, is highest and Is Lord. Here and forever after, not with sense of bondage, but with joyful freedom, the heart cries out The LORD reigns Psalms 93 1. Everyone must sooner or later come to this point of ex perience. You and I, dear reader, have already come to ourselves. Having become conscious of an oppressive bondage, we have arisen and set out on the journey from Egypt to the land of liberty, and now we cannot turn back If we would...
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There was something that had me really worried and upset. I repeated one quote I found in the book several times a day and by the end of the week I was no longer worried about that issue. I even had wass land on me without the fear response, usually just seeing there was one was enough.
She is 'new thought' and she makes it all very simple. I have had good results from other affirmations as well. I have handed them out to troubled friends who said they were helped as well.
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