Mysteries of John
Mysteries of John  -     By: Charles Fillmore
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 200
Vendor: Barclay Press
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.46 (inches)
ISBN: 1406739839
ISBN-13: 9781406739831

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OF BY CHARLES FILLMORE UNITY SCJHOOI. OF CMRISTIANITY KANSAS CIXY 6, MO. 1946 METAPHYSICAL BIBLE studeni, Tecpgnhe in the Gospel of John a certain spiritual quality that is not found in the other Gospels. Al though this is not true of all Bible readers, it may be said that those who look for the mystical find it in the language of this book. The book is distinctive in this respect and is so successful in setting forth meta physical truths that little interpretation is necessary. Only in a few instances does the original writing conceal the deep truths that the student seeks to discern. Written language is at best a reflection of inner ideas, and even though a teacher couples ideas and words as adroitly as Jesus does, elucidation is sometimes difficult. Nevertheless ideas are catching, and this may be the best reason for publishing another book about this spirit-arousing Fourth Gospel. We are all heavily charged with ideas, and when these ideas are re leased they spring forth and pass from mind to mind, being recorded as they fly, and when they are expressed the whole race is lifted up i the idea is charged with the uplifting Spirit. Jesus was Gods idea of man made manifest in the flesh so He was warranted in making that dynamic assertion, I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto myself. Nowhere in all literature has this truth of the unity o God, man, and creation been so fear lessly expressed and affirmed by man as in the Book r T t r - i v i o n jt of John. JL. W Ji f j J-. C Here the cjuestion arises as to Gods responsibility 1b aU at aj5jwr fl iW h both good and evil, whlcli seems to coniound our logic and understand ing. We aret fiit juman consciousness the fruitof a tree that stemnied from the soil of Being. The laws instituted in the aeons and ages of the past still pre vail in the present. Interpreting Being from a per sonal standpoint, we have ignored the principles and laws at the very foundation of all creation and sub stituted a personal God, and many contradictions have followed. Now through the unfoldment of the spiritual man implanted in us in the beginning we are discerning the unchangeable laws of the good and the absolute necessity of conforming to them. So we see that Jesus taught plainly that God functions in and through man and nature instead of being a person somewhere in the skies also that we demonstrate God by making His Spirit manifest in our life. He that hath seen me hath seen the Father. Socrates was asked, What is a good man He replied, A man who does good. Again he was asked, What is good What the good man does, he replied. No extended definition of good is necessary to those who follow Jesus even converted savages un derstand good and do it. The universal desire among awakened Christians to love God and man is part of the law constantly operating through man when he finds his right relation to God. The status of evil is that of a parasite. It has no permanent life of itself its whole existence depends on the life it borrows from its parent, and when its connection with the parent is severed nothing re mains. Apparent evil is the result of ignorance, and when the truth is presented the error disappears. Jesus called it a liar and the father of lies. Men personalize good and evil in a multiplicity of gods and devils, but Truth students follow Jesus in recognizing the supreme Spirit in man as the one God and Father ofall. CONTENTS Foreword --...---3 Chapter I 11 Chapter II 24 Chapter III 33 Chapter IV 44 Chapter V 56 Chapter VI 67 Chapter VII 78 Chapter VIII 84 Chapter IX 94 Chapter X 100 Chapter XI 106 Chapter XII 115 Chapter XIII 123 Chapter XIV 130 Chapter XV 137 Chapter XVI 142 Chapter XVII 147 Chapter XVIII 152 Chapter XIX 159 Chapter XX 166 Chapter XXI 176 Question Helps 183 MYSTERIES OF JOHN

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