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Mystic Words of Mighty Power - Walter DeVoe

Mystic Words of Mighty Power - Walter DeVoe

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Containing potent truths that have enabled many to enter the promised land of peace and plenty and rejoice in the fullness of health and happiness.
“O Thou, who in wondrous Glory shineth,In every atom Thy beauty gleams;O Thou, who in Glory forever dwelleth,In every atom Thine Essence beams:Shone Thou not forth in Light Celestial,This World would still in darkness dwell.”PUBLISHED ORIGINALLYBY THE COLLEGE OF FREEDOMCHICAGO, ILLINOIS (1905), REVISED (1990 and 2007)
The Truth in shining brightness stands serene,Fair as the promise in some heaven scene,Listening so silently to every sob or moanComing from earths recesses in low-breathed monotone.She stands in mighty majesty in the sunshine’s rain of gold,And ever around the plane of earth, Her matchless robe doth fold.And to Her hearts deep throbbing millions of hearts keep time,As through all mystic spheres around doth sound the golden chime.Thus forever and forever shall She stand, serene in state,So near earths shining island or close to Heavens gate.And through all human channels where Gods life stream courses deep,She casteth forth the pearls of truth for human hearts to reap.
THIS book was compiled by the author to place before a larger number of students of MindCulture those articles, treatments and words of advice that have proved helpful to a few. It does notpretend to be a polished production of scholarly art. The articles were written at various times tosatisfy definite needs. The reader must use his judgment in selecting to practice those things fittedto his temperament and aspirations. I have made no special effort to cast my thought into asystematic form of expression. The surge of the influx of ideas demanded that I use the first wordsthat responded to the thought and I have hesitated to recast sentences from the intellectualstandpoint as they might not then convey the same fervor of spiritual meaning.Chicago, IllinoisWALTER DEVOE

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