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Secret Door to Success

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The Secret Door to Success - Bricks Without Straw - And Five of Them Were Wise - What Do You Expect? - The Long Arm of God - The Fork in the Road - Crossing Your Red Sea - Watchman at the Gate - Way of Abundance - I Shall Never Want - Look With Wonder - Catch Up with Your Good - Rivers in the Desert - The Inner Meaning of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves - Contents -


Chapter 11 - Look With Wonder - p.77

"I will remember the works of the Lord; surely I will remember thy wonders of old." --Psalms 77:11

The words wonder and wonderful are used many times in the Bible. In the dictionary the word wonder is defined as, "a cause for surprise, astonishment, a miracle, a marvel."

Ouspensky, in his book, "Tertium Organum," calls the 4th dimensional world, the "World of the Wondrous." He has figured out mathematically, that there is a realm where all conditions are perfect. Jesus Christ called it the Kingdom.

We might say, "Seek ye first the world of the wondrous, and all things shall be added unto you."

It can only be reached through a state of consciousness.

Jesus Christ said, to enter the Kingdom we must become "as a little child." Children are continually in a state of joy and wonder!

The future holds promises of mysterious good. Anything can happen overnight.

Robert Louis Stevenson, in "A Child's Garden of Verses" says: "The world is so full of a number

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