Valentine’s Day is the perfect Sunday to address the Power of Love! Above all, clothe yourself with love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony. —Colossians 3:14 Charles Fillmore: “God does not love anybody. God is the love in everybody and everything.” John is the disciple that represents love and it is located in right behind your heart.. The color is pink. Join me for the Twelve Powers of Man as we prepare ourselves for Easter by awakening the powers within! I look forward to connecting with you on Sunday. And speaking of connection, both our Zoom groups are absolutely…
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We continue the series on the Twelve Powers of Man. This week’s power is Power. Unity Cofounder Charles Fillmore says about Power: Since the activity of Spirit gives us power, we must logically conclude that power is a force generated from God through the activity of our words and thoughts. We receive added power when we set into action deeper realizations of the love, the wisdom the strength, the life, and the zeal of the Almighty. There is a power within us that we can call forth when we need it. The power lies dormant until we call it forth.…
We continue the series on the Twelve Powers of Man. This week’s power is Wisdom. Judgment was the original name for this power as assigned by Charles Fillmore. It was changed because of the confusion over the word judgment having a negative connotation. We use judgment in our lives on a daily basis. Fillmore says: Judgment is the mental act of evaluation through comparison or contrast. Do I want to wear the green sweater or the blue one? Is this job right for me? Do I really not want to go or am I making excuses? We will examine the…