Category Archives: Receiving

MASTER LIGHT

God is the master light of all our seeing. That is, the light by which we see God and spiritual things is a light which comes from God, just as the light by which we see the star comes from … Continue reading

Posted in Faith, God, Inner Life, Jesus, Light, Receiving, Spirit, Vision

THANKSGIVING

Let us prepare to meet God, not by dying, but by living. Continue to praise and glorify God, and to cultivate the giving of thanks to the Father at all times, until it becomes a habit, and thus you will … Continue reading

Posted in Affirmation, Christ, Death, God, Gratitude, Healing, Jesus, Love, Peace, Receiving, Spirit, Trust

LIVING STILLNESS

There is a perfect passivity which is not indolence. It is a living stillness born of trust. In this effort of ours to bring into manifestation the good which we know belongs to every child of God, it is when … Continue reading

Posted in Affirmation, Comfort, Faith, God, Healing, Mind, Peace, Receiving, Rest, Silence, Trust

BEYOND WORDS

God is who He is, whether we have words for Him or not. I don’t want words to hold me back from complete knowledge and life in God. They are a tool–a help–a reminder (“re-mind-er”), but are incomplete references to … Continue reading

Posted in Healing, Jesus, Life, Light, Receiving

REVELATION

The search for God is not easy for anyone, and when the revelation of God does come, it is something so entirely different from what was expected that if a person is honest he will have to confess that it … Continue reading

Posted in Asking, God, Growth, Inner Life, Reality, Receiving

CONTINUOUS CREATION

A note from this writer: Most passages in this blog are from times long past, when the term “man” was an abbreviation for “mankind,” meaning all of humankind, men and women alike. In my early years, this was always the … Continue reading

Posted in Affirmation, Christ, Creation, God, Growth, Hope, Inner Life, Love, Perfection, Receiving, Spirit

ETERNAL FOUNTAIN

Let us not merely say, “To work is to pray,” but “Pray that we may work.” We must come to know and love God, the sum and substance of all spiritual life, or it is idle to talk of loving … Continue reading

Posted in Asking, Faith, Growth, Guidance, Inner Life, Listening, Lord's Prayer, Receiving, Thought, Work