I Pray All Is Well With Everyone, Tonight…And Your Hearts And Minds Are Full Of Love, Joy, And Compassion…For Yourselves And Everyone Else! And Let Us All Acknowledge And Utilize Those Higher Qualities…In Thought And Deed – More Often – To The Benefit Of Everyone…Everywhere; Cuz Those Higher Qualities Emanate From The Heart Of Our “Mighty I AM Presence”…And Contain The Power And The Energy Of The Living God That Dwells Within Us. Therefore, Through Our Collective Power And Illumination…We Can Radiate Enough Love And Light Throughout The Earth…To Heal All Humanity, And All Creation; And Simultaneously Assist In Raising Mankind To Those Higher Dimensions…For Which We Are All Destined! If Only Y’all Would Believe It…And Proceed With It! Amen
Give Thanks And Praises For Love And Life…
And Y’all Be Love…
“Jesus was the great teacher and example of obedience to the law of constructive thinking. All His commandments and sayings tend toward the enhancement of life and health and harmony. The reforms that man in mortal consciousness tries to make are all based on destructive ideas set to work in the external.
The reform of Jesus is an inner transformation: “I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill.” He came not to tear down but to build up. If we follow Him we shall give our strength and substance and thought force to constructive activity. Jesus taught plainly that the mind was the place of origin of every act.
No man can rise except as he lifts the race with him in his thought: “and I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto myself.” As by one man sin came into the world so by one man it is taken away. As all were included in the sin of one so all are included in the righteousness of one, and every man stands sinless before God in Christ.
Recognition of this will make men free, and the greater the number of men that recognize and declare the Truth the sooner will all men know that they are free from sin in Christ.
You must build upon faith in the reality of the spiritual. The next step is to put your selfishness away. There cannot be two in this kingdom. It is the kingdom of God, and man must give up. The John the Baptist must recognize the Son of God that is in you, and that this Son must be always active in you in love, life, and power. The kingdom is for the larger man. The personal man must be eliminated.
The next step is love, universal love: not the love of earthly possessions but the love of spiritual things. We must give up the flesh man and all his possessions and at the same time lay hold of the spiritual man. Then we have everything although apparently we may have nothing. This is a difficult proposition to those who think in terms of material ideas. You must be able to get away from all thought of material things.
“Love . . . seeketh not its own”; “is not puffed up.” Love is not selfish. We cannot have selfishness and love at the same time. We cannot have this universal brotherhood unless we love everybody. We must love all because we are all one. There must be in our consciousness a recognition of the universal right of all to all the possessions of the world.
Then there must be this inner growth that is a fuller consciousness of the new life which comes with the entering into this kingdom of Christ.
The fact is that there is a foundation for this world-wide movement in behalf of purer men and better things for all. There is something back of it all, and the old conditions, diseases, and limitations must pass away; and the time is now ripe for entering into this kingdom, this attainment of the spiritual side of life, this growing of a new body; and every one of us can enter in if we only will to do so.
We want the actual overcoming power of Christ. To get this we must appreciate life and enter into it thankfully and heartily. “I came that they may have life, and may have it abundantly.” This abundant life is always present. When we recognize it and open our consciousness to it, it comes flowing into mind and body with its mighty quickening, healing power, and they are renewed and transformed.”
Jesus Christ Heals, by Charles Fillmore, 1939