Rev. Myron Jones, O.M.C.

C 5: I. The Invitation to the Holy Spirit, P 1

December 2, 2015

I. The Invitation to the Holy Spirit, P 1

1 Healing is a thought by which two minds perceive their oneness and become glad. This gladness calls to every part of the Sonship to rejoice with them, and lets God Continue reading

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C 4: III. Love Without Conflict, P 3

November 14, 2015

III. Love Without Conflict, P 3

3 It is surely apparent by now why the ego regards spirit as its “enemy.” The ego arose from the separation, and its continued existence depends on your continuing belief in the separation. The Continue reading

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C 2: V. The Function of the Miracle Worker, P 10

October 25, 2015

V. The Function of the Miracle Worker, P 10

10 Charity is a way of looking at another as if he had already gone far beyond his actual accomplishments in time. Since his own thinking is faulty he cannot see Continue reading

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C 1: VII. Distortions of Miracle Impulses, P 5

April 27, 2014

VII. Distortions of Miracle Impulses, P 5

5 A solid foundation is necessary because of the confusion between fear and awe to which I have already referred, and which is often made. I have said that awe is inappropriate in Continue reading

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C 1: III. Atonement and Miracles, P 4

June 28, 2013

III. Atonement and Miracles, P 4

4 I am the only one who can perform miracles indiscriminately, because I am the Atonement. You have a role in the Atonement which I will dictate to you. Ask me which miracles you Continue reading

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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 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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