Rev. Myron Jones, O.M.C.

IV. Gentleness

February 15, 2015

IV. Gentleness

1 Harm is impossible for God’s teachers. They can neither harm nor be harmed. Harm is the outcome of judgment. It is the dishonest act that follows a dishonest thought. It is a verdict of guilt upon a Continue reading

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A. Development of Trust, Paragraph 8

January 31, 2015

A. Development of Trust, Paragraph 8

8 And finally, there is “a period of achievement.” It is here that learning is consolidated. Now what was seen as merely shadows before become solid gains, to be counted on in all “emergencies” Continue reading

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A. Development of Trust, P 5

January 31, 2015

A. Development of Trust, P 5

5 The third stage through which the teacher of God must go can be called “a period of relinquishment.” If this is interpreted as giving up the desirable, it will engender enormous conflict. Continue reading

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