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 October - November 2022


Enter into the gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name. Psalm 100:4


October and November offers a sacred opportunity to live in appreciation. Autumn is a sacred
gift from God. Cherish every moment of it. God is expressing through the turning
of the leaves, and the gentle frost in the air. Embrace the magnificent beauty
of the season as you feel the power of His presence. Happy October - Happy November!

July 1886 -August 1951


Never look back. Always go right ahead. Even if you are quaking, go right ahead, and quake as you go. Jesus said the man who puts his hand to the plow and then turns back is not worthy of the kingdom of heaven.
The story of Lot's wife is one of the most telling parables in the Bible. You remember that Lot and his family were fleeing from a city that was just about to be destroyed. They were told by an angel that they would get away safely provided they did not look hack The others obeyed the injunction and were safe, but Lot's wife looked back---and was immediately turned into a pillar of salt. Salt in the Old Testament is a symbol for death, and this means that those who look back are dead spiritually and that usually their material affairs become stagnant too.
Never look back. No matter how unattractive or how dangerous the road ahead may be, it is better than the road back. The road ahead may mean difficulty, but the road back means failure. The road ahead may be veiled from sight, but you must teach yourself to regard the unknown as friendly.
Remember that God is always at the end of the road ahead, but at the end of the road back you will only find yourself.
Emmet Fox


"Lack of any kind is always traceable to the fact that we have been seeking our
supply from some secondary source, instead of from God Himself, the author and giver
of life." Emmet Fox (Around The Year)


Supply Is Spiritual
Irwin Gregg

There is a truth, a law governing supply.

The absolute unity between righteousness and none receives very little emphasis from our church pulpit. Perhaps we have known of a few cases where the purely materialistic view of riches has seemingly been the downfall of otherwise fine souls. But in each instance has it not been the viewpoint rather than the riches which has been at fault? It is not true that piety and poverty need necessarily go hand in hand.
It is not always prosperity that destroys incentive either. Poverty has destroyed a great deal more. The lash of poverty has destroyed courage, hope, ambition. and desire. Budding genius has often been nipped by the frost of poverty. There is nothing rnore blighting to the human soul than abject want. More thieves, criminals, and moral delinquents have been made by poverty than by riches. We all feel instinctively that it must be the plan of life that every man should have enough to live on; this very feeling is the voice of consciousness of God within, trying to tell us that there is abundance of good for all of us.
Many of our physical ailments are due to a spiritual starvation of some quality of consciousness. Poverty is equally the result of some missing quality in the consciousness. It is a form of spiritual starvation. If you follow closely the Old and New Testaments you will see that there are innumerable promises of wealth and abundance to the righteous or godly man. "No good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly." Psalms 84:11
Righteousness means right thinking, the spiritual attitudes which draw the draughts of inspiration from the spiritual fount that supplies all creation. Righteousness, or rightness of relations and expression, allows the creativity of the Divine Mind to inspire a man and fill him with right endeavor.
Many people seek the infinite resources of God but shun the thought of being themselves resourceful. To seek material resources without individual resourcelfulness is to reduce ourselves to the status of a spiritual robot. There is no creativeness in that. Such thinking does not let man become a partner with God and His creative order, but instead makes him a dead weight and a liability on the cosmic scene.
There is a truth, a law governing supply,  just as there is a law governing health or any other right and good thing. Abundant supply is the natural outcome of a rich spiritual awareness, combined with creative living and serving.  It is the overflow of a consciousness of good, plus a desire to give of our talents and our abilitiies.
To say that health, guidance, and peace of mind come from God, but that prosperity does not, is to deny the omnipotence of our God. This would be blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. God is Prosperity; God is Supply In partnership with Him, we cannot help but share in the prosperity and success of His universe.
The true teaching--- verified--- is that God is the infinite Spirit of the universe, the Source and Substance of aII good, and that we are forever one with the inexhaustible abundance of Spirit. Living within and from Spirit's own Consciousness of all good, we see the law of its creative expression operating through the individual's consciousness. Spirit's knowledge of all good enriches the mind its Life renews and heals our bodies. It acts as a providential influence to bring all good into our human affairs.
Admittedly, it is a bit difficult in our early study of Truth when our mentalities have been so inordinately focused on manifested forms of good, to make the switch and get the realization of the spiritual side of our good before it shows forth as material form. Spirit is substance, formless, creative Consciousness. Matter, as such, is "qualified substance," or Substance appearing in form.
Jesus admonished us that we should seek first the kingdom-of-God, realm of infinite Being; then the action of the Infinite as a creative process would cause our good to objectify. We need to understand that behind every so-called material commodity there is a history of thought process. We begin by establishing our faith in the abundance of intelligent, purposeful spirit, and it then will extend itself through our consciousness. Thus we see, as Paul tells us, that we are co-laborers with God in the creative process as our souls inhere in the Substance in which all good Originates.
Praise is a form of descriptive good. It is expressed appreciation of that which is praised. The praising of the rich Consciousness of God results in inspiration and wisdom.
Begin at the beginning, the universal Consciousness of God. Then this spiritual principle of Life becomes an intimate spiritual Partner, guiding and directing us in the path of good. It is well to affinn frequently: "My good is. It is in the expression of God's abundance within my consciousness that His goodness becomes manifest in my experience. The expression of God's Consciousness
within me is Life manifesting as Health in my body temple. The goodness of God's consciousness within me manifests order, harmony, right placement, and abundance in all my affairs."

"The roots of all goodness lie in the soil of appreciation for goodness." -- Dalai Lama

The Magic of Praise ~ Frank B. Whitney

This Thanksgiving season, one in which people, ordinarily not given to such thought,
find themselves engaged in praise and Thanksgiving. After a day of counting their
blessings, rejoicing in their prosperity, giving thanks for every evidence of God's
love and tender protection, they find that they have made a definite step toward
a new consciousness. The spirit of good cheer and the magical effect of the day
are felt long after Thanksgiving Day has passed.
If you have not made a demonstration, try praise. It will help you to see yourself
as you are seen in God and to know yourself as God sees you. In praising another
you but recognize what man can do; you recognize what you yourself are able to accomplish.
Praise works such miracles that we may think of it as being magical in its action.
Quite often in its work it seems to bring the supernatural to bear upon situations
which appear unsolvable. We have seen praise literally transform people and things.
We have seen it redeem one from the very throes of disease and lack. Praise is a
magical something which bears the same relation to a starved soul that water bears
to a dried-up sponge. Praise coming from one in the consciousness of truth is always
a blessing. If you are not pleased with your situation, begin to praise yourself
(silently), to praise your work, and to praise your life. Remove all thoughts of
criticism and condemnation from your consciousness. You will find that praise will
regenerate your mentality, will renew your mental outlook, and will make prosperous
all that you touch.

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Supply yourself with a mental equivalent, and the thing must come to you.
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How Snowflakes Brought Wealth to Henry Hamblin
(As told to Dr. Joseph Murphy)

The late Henry Hamblin of England told me that he was hard pressed financially one
day. Walking home in the snow, he suddenly became aware that the wealth, love, and
goodness of God were like the billions of snowflakes falling all over London. He
said, "I opened my mind and heart at the moment to God's infinite riches, knowing
that His wealth, love, and inspiration were falling on my mind and heart like the
snowflakes were falling all over London." From that moment forward, wealth flowed
to him freely, joyously, and endlessly. He never lacked for wealth all the days
of his life. He changed his consciousness, and according to the change in his consciousness
was it done unto him. London and his environment had not changed. He had changed
internally and become an instrument for the riches of life, spiritually, mentally,
and all ways. There is no such thing as something for nothing.
"In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He will make plain thy
path. Trust Him and believe in Him, and He will bring it to pass:"
(Proverbs 3: 6)

"If you wish to realize supply, withdraw thought from the contemplation of lack,
and its accompanying inconveniences, and give full attention to ever present abundance." Dr. Nona Brooks


Be Ye Transformed - Neville
To be transformed, the whole basis of your thoughts must change. But your thoughts
cannot change unless you have new ideas, for you think from your ideas. All transformation
begins with an intense, burning desire to be transformed. The first step in the
"renewing of the mind" is desire. You must want to be different [and intend to be]
before you can begin to change yourself. Then you must make your future dream a
present fact. You do this by assuming the feeling of your wish fulfilled. By desiring
to be other than what you are, you can create an ideal of the person you want to
be and assume that you are already that person. If this assumption is persisted
in until it becomes your dominant feeling, the attainment of your ideal is inevitable.
The ideal you hope to achieve is always ready for an incarnation, but unless you
yourself offer it human parentage, it is incapable of birth. Therefore, your attitude
should be one in which having desired to express a higher state - you alone accept
the task of incarnating this new and greater value of yourself.

The spiritual or inner meaning of "Thanksgiving" is more than Webster's definition
of "an act of giving thanks." Thanksgiving is more than the expression of our grateful thoughts to God, for His unending blessings. Thanksgiving has to do with
our spiritual attitude toward life. In 1 Thessalonians 5:18 we read, "In everything
give thanks." Complaining is so easy. We complain about our job, our family, the
weather, our boss, our neighbors, the kids, slow Wi-Fi, long lines, and so much
more. Emmet Fox tells us that Thanksgiving is "a joyous and enthusiastic acceptance."
Thanksgiving then, is not  just a question of whether we are going to give thanks,
it is a question of what thoughts we will allow to rule us.
"Reflect upon your present blessings, of which every man has plenty; not on your
past misfortunes, of which all men have some." Charles Dickens


Stake Your Claim

You can have true success and happiness in life if you consistently put these truths into practice in your daily living. It is your God - given duty to Stake Your Claim to peace, poise, power, prosperity and health - and God expects you to be satisfied with nothing less. (Herman Wolhorn)
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Dear Father-God,
I come to you with a grateful heart. This day I rededicate myself to you. I am your child and I inherit your Substance, your Abundance,
your riches of Spirit. I give thanks to you for all these gifts.
I am a vessel for your filling. I am a channel for your good use. Without you I am nothing. I am open to you,
ever waiting to serve. The needs are great and I am eager to do your work. With humbleness I give you thanks.
I walk in your Light and know I am guided by you. Your Light protects me, for no darkness can remain in the
sunshine of your Presence. Your Light overcomes fear and anxiety; your Light heals and blesses; your Light
turns its brightness on all circumstances and reveals the truth - for this Light, I do give thanks.
Your Spirit takes over in my life. I feel your serenity and I am calm. My thoughts are lifted
and my spirit soars. Ever and always I find you,  for in the stillness of prayer you are always waiting.
You are ever filling me with your good. I praise, give thanks, and receive.  (Aspire magazine)

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