Week 11 Truth

Inductive reasoning is the process of the objective mind, by which we compare a number of separate instances with one another until we see the common factor that gives rise to them all. We see people in every civilized country on the globe, securing results by some process which they do not seem to understand themselves, and to which they usually attach more or less mystery..

The operation of this Thought process is seen in those fortunate natures that process everything that others must acquire by toil, who never have a struggle with conscience because they always act correctly, and can never conduct themselves otherwise than with tact, learn everything easily, complete everything they begin with a Happy knack, live in eternal harmony with themselves, without ever reflecting much what they do, or ever experience difficulty or toil…

We all know many who have achieved the seemingly impossible, who have realized life-long dreams, who have changed everything including themselves. We have sometimes marveled at the demonstration of an apparently irresistible power, which seemed to be ever available just when it was most needed, but it is all clear now.  All that is required is an understanding of certain fundamental principles and their proper application…

For our excercise this week, we are to concentrate on the quotation from the Bible, “Whatsoever things ye desire, when ye pray, believe that he receive them and ye shall have them”…….

Notice that there is no limitation, “Whatsoever things” is very definite and implies that the only limitation which is placed upon us is our ability to think, to be equal to the occasion, to remember that Faith is not a shadow but a substance, “The Substance of things hoped for, the Evidence of things unseen”………..


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