Rev. Myron Jones, O.M.C.

V. Defenslessness

December 6, 2017

VI. Defenselessness

1 God’s teachers have learned how to be simple. They have no dreams that need defense against the truth. They do not try to make themselves. Their joy comes from their understanding Who created them. And does Continue reading

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C 15: III. Littleness versus Magnitude, P 7

November 15, 2017

III. Littleness versus Magnitude, P 7

7 In this season (Christmas) which celebrates the birth of holiness into this world, join with me who decided for holiness for you. It is our task together to restore the awareness of Continue reading

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C 15: III. Littleness versus Magnitude, P 4

November 2, 2017

III. Littleness versus Magnitude, P 4

4 There is no doubt about what your function is, for the Holy Spirit knows what it is. There is no doubt about its magnitude, for it reaches you through Him from Continue reading

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4. WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF GOD’S TEACHERS? P 1

October 19, 2017

4. WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF GOD’S TEACHERS? P 1

1 The surface traits of God’s teachers are not at all alike. They do not look alike to the body’s eyes, they come from vastly different backgrounds, their experiences Continue reading

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3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 4

October 14, 2017

3. WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF TEACHING? P 4

4 Each teaching-learning situation is maximal in the sense that each person involved will learn the most that he can from the other person at that time. In this sense, Continue reading

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Section 7. What is the Holy Spirit?

October 8, 2017

Section 7. What is the Holy Spirit?

The Holy Spirit mediates between illusions and the truth. Since He must bridge the gap between reality and dreams, perception leads to knowledge through the grace that God has given Him, to be Continue reading

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Section 5. What is the Body?

September 17, 2017

Section 5. What is the Body?

The body is a fence the Son of God imagines he has built, to separate parts of his Self from other parts. It is within this fence he thinks he lives, to die as Continue reading

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