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A. B. Fay's

Divine Science Bible Text Book

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Genesis - History of Israelites - Exodus - Leviticus - Numbers - Deuteronomy - Joshua - Judges - Ruth - Psalms - Proverbs - Song of Solomon - Prophets - New Testament History - Healing Works of Jesus - The 4 Evangelists - Lord's Prayer - Parables - Lord's [Last] Supper - Jesus after his Resurrection - Paul's Letters - Epistles - Revelation - Glossary - Numbers - Contents - Index

God. Our prayer opens our vision to see all that is ours. Prayer is according to our place of unfoldment and is answered by Law for all is God.

Jesus said, "Ask and ye, shall receive, seek and ye shall find." Seeking is to open our vision to receive, for all is now. Jesus was speaking to children in understanding. He gave another form of prayer to his disciples: "Be ye!" "When ye pray, believe ye have received and ye shall have." The strongest prayer is affirmation; when we question the One Presence by wavering we faint. Recognition is prayer. The parable of the widow is a very low form of prayer.

Luke 18: 2

Luke 18: 5

Luke 18: 9

Judge, judged from appearances, he knew no authority but personality, selfishness, personal sense of self.

When we pray this way we place this judge where we should acknowledge only God. "Shall not the judge of all the earth do right?" Their view was unjust. Everything from the God-side is limitless, God never changes.

Parable of Pharisee and Publican shows a false side of prayer, a selfish prayer. They trusted in themselves, the belief in duality is shown here, the two attitudes in each of us.

The Pharisee stands for self-pride, the Publican for humility or humbleness.

The Pharisee said he was not like others (personal pride) he then told of all his good works.

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