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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


INTRODUCTORY THOUGHTS

THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN

WORDS of Jesus the Christ are growing in significance - or, are coming to us with deeper meaning to-day than in any ' age before this. One minister has said, "The Bible means more to us than it did to our parents; it will mean more to our children than it does to us." Another said, "The Sunday school children of to-day are better able to understand Jesus' teachings than were the disciples of old."

Jesus said to his disciples, "I have many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now;" which plainly shows us that Jesus was limited in his speaking of the Truth, by the dulness of his hearers. He could give to the disciples only what they were able to "bear," or to receive. He sometimes rebuked their lack of understanding. Matt. -- 15:16; Mark 8:21.

From His words quoted, and those which followed -- "Howbeit, when He, the Spirit of Truth, is come, he will guide you into all Truth" -- we may conclude that Jesus had a reserve of Truth, which he would gladly have expressed, but that it could not be understood even by the disciples; and that he knew and foretold in these words, how the revelation of fuller Truth would continue from

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