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Tuesday April 8 2014, "Healing", from Charles Fillmore's "Keep a True Lent" Tags: Health faith healing spiritual

Read Matthew 9: 14-38

Health, real health, is from within, and does not have to be manufactured in the outer.  It is the normal human condition, a condition true to the reality of our being.

The first step in spiritual healing is to use faith and the second condition is to become open and receptive to the stream of healing life.  Spiritual healing restores to perpetual health because it erases the error thought and cleanses the mind.

By exercising our faith and our word, our spiritual quality is fused into unity with the power of  Christ and the healing is marvelously accomplished.  It is said that the early Christians, before going forth to do their mighty works, commanded the new life in Christ to come forth and to imbue their consciousness with its healing potency to such an extent that it would flow through them and heal all those to whom they ministered. 

They discovered that when they repeated over and over the most powerful prayer Jesus ever uttered, the Lord's Prayer, the Christ in each of them was called into action.  They further realized that the fifteenth time the realized the prayer, tribulations and diseases began to subside, and that their realization lifted the consciousness of those who were asking their help. Illness dropped away. 

Experience proves the power of words to bring health.  In healing myself, I talk to my body, repeating necessary denials and affirmations.  This raises my consciousness to spiritual reality where all healing power originates. 

I faithfully affirm: "God's vitalizing energy floods my whole being and I am healed." 

 

Monday April 7 2014, "The Idea", from Charles Fillmore's "Keep a True Lent" Tags: Ideea thought God-mind

Read Luke 5: 1-11

An idea is the original, primary, or unlimited thought of Being, the eternal Word, or Logos.  In the idea are involved all the potentialities of that which is to be evolved through man.  The idea itself becomes the evolving power through which it makes itself manifest. 

Ideas are contagious.  When ideas are released, the spring forth and pass from mind to mind, being recorded as they fly.  When they are expressed, all of humanity is lifted up, because ideas in Truth are charged with uplifting Spirit.  We bring divine ideas into manifestation by making ourselves one with them, becoming conscious of our indwelling Christ Mind and our oneness with the Father.

As the son is to the father, so is the idea to the mind.  The Father and the Son ar-- coexisting, interacting, and intercommuning in will and purpose.  It was from the grand idea of divine life that Jesus healed the sick and raised the dead.

Spiritual inspiration in me is an inflow of divine ideas;  activity of a spiritual character; understanding that comes from God.  It is the inbreathing of Spirit.  The breath of God infused into me has endowed me with super life. 

I affirm: "In the presence and power of the Christ idea in me, I proclaim my perfection."

Sunday April 6 2014, "Sabbath," from Charles Fillmore's "Keep a True Lent" Tags: Sabbath day of rest Divine Law

Read Mark 2:23-28,  3: 1-16

The true Sabbath is the consciousness that we have fulfilled the divine law in both thought and act. The Sabbath is a very certain, definite thing.  It is a state of mind that we enter or acquire when we go into the silence, the realm of Spirit.  There we find true rest and peace.  The seventh day means the seventh or perfect stage of our spiritual unfoldment. 

When we lay hold of the indwelling Christ consciousness, we are raised out of Adam consciousness into the Christ consciousness.  We then enter the seventh stage of our unfoldment, where we find sweet  peace. 

The Sabbath as an institution was established by humans.  God does not rest every seventh day from His work, and there's no evidence that there has ever been a moment's cessation in  the activity of the Universe.  Not only do we do God's service in praise, song, and thanksgiving on the seventh day and the first day, but every day.  In the true Sabbath, our mind is turned to God every moment, and we are ever ready to acknowledge His holy presence in our hearts and life.  "The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath.

I affirm:  "I rest in the consciousness of the true Sabbath, and my heart is filled with joy and satisfaction." 

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