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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


Each one stands now, somewhere on the "Mount of Consciousness." One may be lingering at the foot of this mount, where his vision is shut in, limited, Here his seeing is likely to be obscured by the mists of the valley; into this low spot, the sunlight reaches for only a few brief hours, the "shadows," therefore, fall long and deep. In the "valley" is the "shadow of death." -- Psl. 23:4.

We hear this one praying for deliverance from these deep shadows and blinding mists. The answer comes, "Work out your own salvation. If you are seeing clouds and shadows, it proves that you are standing on low ground. Your only deliverance is, to rise above the place of mists and darkness. In the valley must ever be deep shadows and clouds, they belong to to the valley; but I have told you that 'There shall be no hurt in all my holy mountain.' Ascend, come up; and soon you will be lifted to where there are no shadows. 'Follow me.'"

Now the willing one, obedient to the guiding voice, begins to turn away from the valley, and to seek the mountain path; soon he sees a way that has been opened by the One who first ascended, and who now calls from the heights to all below him, "Come unto me;" "Come and be with me, where I am; come from the depths of your doubt and fear in the valley, to this summit of Light, where I stand. I have gone before and prepared a way for you. I wait to receive you here. I have overcome, by coming up over all doubts and darkness, and because 1 did this, you may also. The way is 'straight and narrow,' it leads direct to me."

This voice is heard even by those halting in the valley; and he who heeds, begins at once the ascent, although the way is not familiar at first.

But soon an exclamation of surprise is heard; as this

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