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More Confidence In Who I Am

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Announcements Forums Adam and Fallen Man — May 10th, 2020 More Confidence In Who I Am

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    The more understanding of who God’s man is, the least likely it is to be enslaved by the many opinions, mortal laws, false education and misrepresentations of what IS NOT!!

    SH 207 Evil is not supreme; good is not helpless; nor are the so-called laws of matter primary, and the law of Spirit secondary. Without this lesson, we lose sight of the perfect Father, or the divine Principle of man.

    What potential for lasting freedom, to learn and understand who we are…. not the Adam man but the Christ idea, God’s own image and likeness and what that really means. To be grateful for this everyday is to come out of the darkening sense of mortal beliefs!

    Let us awake to know who are and do our best to help others know that same Truth…
    “For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.”

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