Who Are The Poor

Central Coast Center for Spiritual Living - Ernest Holmes by Charles Carlin
Ernest Holmes

We live in mind and it can return to us only what we think into it. No matter what we do law will always obtain. If we are thinking of ourselves as poor and needy, then mind has no choice but to return what we have thought into it. It is done unto you as you believe. Thoughts of failure, limitation or poverty are negative and must be countered out of our lives for all time. God has given us a power and we must use it. We can do more towards saving the world by proving this law than all that charity has ever given to it.

Everyone automatically attracts to himself just what he is, and we may set it down wherever we are, however intolerable the situation maybe, we are just Where We Belong. Tthere is no power in the universe but ourselves to set us free. Man must bring himself to the place in mind where there is no Misfortune, no Calamity, no accident, no trouble, and no confusion. Man must bring himself to the place where there is nothing but plenty, peace, power, life and Truth. He should definitely, daily declare the truth about himself realizing that he is reflecting his statements into Consciousness and that they will be operated upon by It.

The greatest good which one’s mind is able to conceive should be affirmed as part of your everyday experience. No matter what the occupation of such a person he is a mental and spiritual practitioner, and from such daily meditation he should venture forth into a life of action, with the will to do, the determination to be, and a joy in becoming!

And So It Is

Center for Spiritual Living in Templeton - Rev. Elizabeth Rowley

Presented at Central Coast Senter fo Spiritual Living in Templeton CA
Charley Carlin and Ernest Holmes