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Fannie B. James

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Fannie B. James's

Truth and Health - Science of the Perfect Mind and The Law of Its Expression

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Introduction - The Bible Teaching about Healing - A Beginner's Course - Answers to Some Objections - Revelation - God - God and Man - The Work of Thought - Our Judgment Day - Prayer - Unfoldment - Health - A Month's Daily Lessons - Divine Science Statement of Being - Conclusion - Summary of Science Teachings -

Contents to Part II

Being and Expression - Man the Expression - Not Reflection of God - Man Unveiled - Answers to Questions - Concerning Some Important Doctrines - Questions and Answers on Healing - Comparisons with other Teaching - Spiritual Interpretations of the Bible - The Breaking of Light - (First Chapter of Genesis.) - Eden Lost and Found - (Second, and third Chapters of Genesis.) - Conclusion of the Whole Matter - Spiritual Interpretation of Terms - A Simple Statement of Divine Science - The One {God and Man / Universal and Individual} Defined - An Impersonal Statement of Creator and Creation - Index -


Our Judgment Day

"Likewise, reckon ye yourselves to be dead unto sin but alive unto God and after death, the judgment. I die daily."

To die to sin is to die to self, and to die to self is to die to opinions and beliefs. The greatest revelation of this day is the unveiling of Man to himself. Before this, man knew not his possibilities and not knowing what he was he misjudged himself. He has made three mistakes: that he was something of himself apart from God; that he could be away from God; that he could be unlike God.

Understanding the Omnipresence, we can correct these mistakes from a scientific standpoint. When we have found a changeless basis from which to think, we can know with certainty.

Man can not be something that God is not: "Besides me there is none else." Man is part of God's own Being that is Life, Intelligence and Substance. We can not be other than that in which "we live, move and have our being."

Man can not be away from God, for, go where he will, to heaven, earth or hell, he is always in God's presence. The Psalmist speaks of this (Ps. 139: 7­10), and we know it is true from our basis, Omnipresence.

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