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Fannie Brooks James

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Fannie B. James's

Divine Science, New Light Upon Old Truths

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Important to All Readers - Introductory Thoughts - God - Condensed Statements - Christ, the Divine Man - Condensed Statements - Holy Ghost: Divine Consciousness - One, God, All - The Work of Thought - Silence Self, and Listen - The True I AM / The False I AM - Our Judgement Day - Practical Suggestions - Fasting - Deny Thyself - Prayer - I and My Father Are ONE - Growth: The Power of the Word - A Study of the Trinity - The Mountain of the Lord - The Mount of Consciousness - The Law of Heredity - What I Am NOT - Conclusion - What I AM - Some Final Words - Realization for Health


As the lessons in this book are designed to be studies upon the Science, or right knowledge of Divinity, the subject is taken from its starting point in the Divine, and step by step is it developed from the Source and Cause of all things.

Therefore each study makes that which follows it plain, and it is decidedly important that the lessons be read, or studied rather, in their order.

To one who has never had opportunity to study this truly Divine Science, we would suggest that they may find, by careful thought, a complete understanding of the principle and practice of the Science of Life, in these lessons.

So we advise such, to lay aside questions at first; read each lesson to gain clearly the point considered in it; let all else alone. Read one lesson each day, or even on alternate days; reread often, until the subject of it is understood, before studying the next. By so doing, without a teacher, the knowledge of the Science may be gained, and its practice understood.

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