Rev. Myron Jones, O.M.C.

C 1: II. Revelation, Time and Miracles, P 3

March 17, 2013

II. Revelation, Time and Miracles, P 3

3 Awe should be reserved for revelation, to which it is perfectly and correctly applicable. It is not appropriate for miracles because a state of awe is worshipful, implying that one of a Continue reading

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C 1: II. Revelation, Time and Miracles, P 2

March 17, 2013

II. Revelation, Time and Miracles, P 2

2 Revelation is intensely personal and cannot be meaningfully translated. That is why any attempt to describe it in words is impossible. Revelation induces only experience. Miracles, on the other hand, induce action. Continue reading

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C 1:II.Revelation, Time and Miracles, P 1

March 17, 2013

II. Revelation, Time and Miracles, P 1

1 Revelation induces complete but temporary suspension of doubt and fear. It reflects the original form of communication between God and His creations, involving the extremely personal sense of creation sometimes sought in Continue reading

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C 1: I. Principles of Miracles, P 50

March 10, 2013

I. Principles of Miracles, P 50

50 The miracle compares what you have made with creation, accepting what is in accord with it as true, and rejecting what is out of accord as false.

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C 1: I. Principles of Miracles, P 46

February 17, 2013

I. Principles of Miracles, P 46

46 The Holy Spirit is the highest communication medium. Miracles do not involve this type of communication because they are temporary communication devices. When you return to your original form of communication with God Continue reading

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