Listen to the promises of God echoing down the centuries

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  The rectitude of the Law must be established above the human person, for freedom comes as higher concepts replace those passing thoughts which were sufficient in the lesser state but are outworn and outgrown in the march of progress….

  No nation has achieved its full measure of perfection, but the democratic dream wherein the laws of the republic are framed by just men in defense of principles of truth and justice will withstand the test of time.  If the forces of chaos should ever extinguish the holy light of pure liberty it would rise phoenixlike from the ashes to shed the light of its aspirations over the earth….

  May I urge the students of the light who have understanding of truth and God’s laws to preserve attainment and to persevere in securing advancement for the struggling evolutions of this Earth.  You do not know–you cannot know–what one lifestream can do….

  Listen to the promises of God echoing down the centuries and know that the unfulfilled ones are only those which have been thwarted by men’s petty aims which have intruded themselves before the pure vision of immortal Christ-freedom for every man….The swiftly flying moments often carry so little progress….Each act and thought which is carefully laid upon the altar of freedom is material for the Temple of Victory….                     I Am yours to command,   Saint Germain:  Pearls of Wisdom 8:27

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  How shall men escape save the way of culture of the Spirit?  What folly it is to permit entrapment of the soul in the charnelhouses of Egypt!  What bondage mankind have woven for others and with what snares do they entrap themselves!  We see the pure soul in all of its flaming brilliance neglected while the energies thereof are running as a thousand-legged insect into form-density and the beautiful spirals of the Spirit are often untraveled and empty!…

  Woe unto the Earth and its inhabitants who preserve every iniquitous thing and draw taut the strings of neglect that hold back the needs of the spirit!…There is no substitute for the treasures of heaven….The herdsman extended a rough arm clad with homespun cloth and it was rejected by the climber who fell upon the rocks of pride.           -Morya:  Pearl 8:28

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IMG_6653IMG_5272-Portia by John William Wright, 1846, London

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