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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


PRAYER

FASTING, in its spiritual sense, is breaking away from all that binds or limits. We may do this by ejection of past ideas which contain belief of any opposite to God.

"Is not this the fast which I have chosen: To loose the bands of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, to let the oppressed go free, and that ye break every yoke? . . . Then shall thy light break forth as the morning, and thy health spring forth speedily." -- Isa. 58:6, 8.

When the light of true judgment has illumined our consciousness, we know how to fulfill this "fast."

"Ye cannot serve two Masters," Jesus said; Which is to say: Ye cannot acknowledge two powers. Because we have done so, we must now break the yoke of bondage to one or the other; shall we acknowledge the power of Spirit only? If so, we must free ourselves from the belief of bondage to the flesh. "There is no power but of God; no power but Spirit," may be our denial for this. Jesus said. "Now is the axe laid at the root of the tree, and every plant that my Father hath not planted shall be rooted up."

Cause of evil and error must be struck at, not the outer effect. Cause of sickness and sorrow must be destroyed, and not just the appearance. Truth cuts deep, and roots out "Every plant which my Father hath not planted;" because Truth reveals that whatever the Father hath not planted, has no reality, no cause; this understanding

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