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This is a very powerful book by H. Emilie Cady, who was both a physician and metaphysician and is considered to be one of the foremost New Thought thinkers.
If you are working for your spiritual growth, Lessons in Truth is the last thing that you'll ever need. Learn the truth. Let the truth be revealed to you - "The light that you so crave will come out of the deep silence and become manifest to you from within yourself, if you will but keep still and look for it from that source."
Overwhelming, twelve straightforward lessons that take the reader from total ignorance to spirituality. The lessons talk about the need for self control as a vehicle for spiritual development. In this book, various theories of mastery are put forth and discussed by the author.
There is a discussion on beliefs, the existence of God, joys of life, divinity and divine intervention.
So instructive are the messages in these lessons that Unity teachers, churches, and organizations have adopted most part of the book in their tutorials.
Lesson One - Bondage or Liberty, Which?
Lesson Two - Statement of Being
Lesson Three - Thinking
Lesson Four - Denials
Lesson Five - Affirmations
Lesson Six - Faith
Lesson Seven - Personality and Individuality
Lesson Eight - Spiritual Understanding
Lesson Nine - The Secret Place of the Most High
Lesson Ten - Finding the Secret Place
Lesson Eleven - Spiritual Gifts
Lesson Twelve - Unity of the Spirit
If there is anything, as we proceed, which you do not understand or agree with, just let it lie passively in your mind until you have read the entire book, for many statements that would at first arouse antagonism and discussion will be clear and easily accepted a little farther on. After the course is completed, if you wish to return to your old beliefs and ways of living, you are at perfect liberty to do so.
But, for the time being, be willing to become as a little child; for, said the Master, in spiritual things, "Except ye . . . become as little children, ye shall in no wise enter into the kingdom of heaven" (Mt. 18:3). If at times there seems to be repetition, please remember that these are lessons, not lectures.
Man, who is at first living in the selfish animal part of himself, will grow up through various stages and by various processes to the divine or spiritual understanding wherein he knows that he is one with the Father, and wherein he is free from all suffering, because he has conscious dominion over all things.
Somewhere on this journey the human consciousness, or intellect, comes to a place where it gladly bows to its spiritual self and confesses that this spiritual self, its Christ, is highest and is Lord. Here and forever after, not with sense of bondage, but with joyful freedom, the heart cries out: "Jehovah reigneth" (Ps. 93:1). Everyone must sooner or later come to this point of experience.
Yet God says to each one of us, as Moses said to the trembling Children of Israel: "Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of Jehovah, which he will work for you today" (Ex. 14:13).
All joy and strength and good spring up from a fountain within one's own being; and if we only knew this truth we should know that, because God in us is the fountain out of which springs all our good, nothing that anyone does or says, or fails to do or say, can take away our joy and good.