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Emma Curtis Hopkins has often been called 'the teacher of teachers'

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Emma Curtis Hopkins's

Scientific Christian Mental Practice

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Foreword - Statement of Being - Denials of Science - Affirmations of Science - Foundation of Faith - The Word of Faith - Secret of the Lord - The Spring of Life - Rending the Veil - Righteous Judgment - Fearlessness - The Way of Wisdom - The Crown of Glory - Contents - Index


Chapter 4 - Foundation of Faith - p.72

The words "Omnipresence", "Omnipotence", "Omniscience", grant revealing. The dividing syllable "ni" between "Om" and "presence" means nothingness or absence, as explained in Lesson III.

If a principle is nothing to us until we know it, this principle of the value of words in relation to our lives may seem to be unreal until we watch the difference which knowing the nature of words makes in our lives.

We silently speak the words omnipresence, omnipotence, omniscience. Soon we feel larger and more powerful and wiser. Perhaps we do not see that our duties increase. Our power to carry on large affairs enlarges. Our judgment is better. Perhaps we do not see all this quickly.

The Brahmins attained to great power and wisdom by meditating much on "Om," their name for God. The presence of the "Om" is Substance. They dealt wisely with the great negation, except in some instances. When the claim of the ages met them, saying that Brahma had made woman without a soul, they did not say, "It is not true, the soul of woman is Brahma as the soul of man is Brahma, for He knows no partiality." They neglected other negations in the same way. They did not meet them with the right "NO". In our own time we have similar things left undone which we need to do.

There is always one perfect way of meeting every situation and every affair so as to adjust it rightly, and see it come out well. Carlyle tells us, "The situation that hash not its duty, its ideal, was never yet occupied by man". In your life problems

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