The Secret of the Twenty-third Psalm
by Joel Goldsmith
Pamphlet – 4½” x 6″ – 56 pp.
For readers who are led to this booklet, its message will be a great blessing. When the author received the impartations, he was given the practical interpretation of this Psalm and practiced readers will immediately recognize the tremendous value in their daily lives.
There are many invaluable revelations shared about how your prayers and meditations can be far more fruitful, how you can live constantly in the assurance of God’s presence and grace and realize that “God is guiding and directing your every thought, word and deed.” The price for these rewards is our receptivity to God and our willingness to turn within to listen for the Voice of the inner Self.
by Alfred Aiken
"Today the word 'power' is uppermost in the thought of the general public. Perhaps not consciously, but it lurks in the background and enters into nearly every decision or movement that man makes. ... read more »
The Only I-Self
by Alfred Aiken
There has never been a fall-from-grace. Why? Because God is Changeless Present Perfection, the Alone Mind, Omniscience. God cannot turn against Itself, cannot be less than It is, cannot deteriorate into what Truth is not. read more »
The Finished Kingdom
by Lillian DeWaters
“Sometimes we take many steps before the Way opens up clearly to us, but after we have taken one—that is, fixed our inner vision in the right direction, toward the heights—other steps come naturally.” The Finished Kingdom provides a clear path for those searching for the higher way, the way that leads from the mental plane to the spiritual realm of the fourth dimension, or what Lillian DeWaters refers to as “the finished kingdom.” read more »
Releasing the Universe Within: Lifting Awareness into the Realm of I AM
by Paul F. Gorman
A need remains among spiritual students who have spent years studying and meditating yet still find themselves struggling with ill-health, lack, limitation, disharmony or decrepitude. Freedom in spirit on earth comes not only by knowing that God is all but by knowing why appearance consists of both good and bad. The truth of life must be known but the reason for the appearance of untruth must also be known. . . . read more »