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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



"THAT which is born of spirit is spirit." The child has the nature of the Father. If God is our "Father" we may rightfully claim to be of Divine Nature. Having been blind to this, all kinds of conceptions have gathered around ourselves -- but "The Truth shall make you free."

We have heard of the artist, who looking upon a rough stone said, "There's an angel in that stone." There was no visible evidence of it, yet he began his work of chipping away, with patience and skill, bit after bit of the stone that hid the angel, until at last there stood before all eyes the visible representation. The artist mind saw the invisible angel, hidden beneath the rough exterior -- so Divine Mind sees Divine nature buried out of sight perhaps in humanity, and with patience and skill destroys mortality's claims, one after another, until the perfect being is revealed.

What further endorsement do we find in the word of God, for the Divine in man?

In its first chapter we read. "God created man in His own image; in the image of God created He him;" and again in the same first chapter are these words. "And God saw everything that He had made, and behold it was
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