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If You Can Really Believe--Neville Goddard

If You Can Really Believe--Neville Goddard

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IFYOUCANREALLYBELIEVE
15
June
1970
Itrustthatyouwillfindtonight'smessage·averypracticalone,becausetodaythere
are
so~:.any
reacting
thepaper
and
believingwhattheyseeandwhattheyhearonradioandTVaboutthedepressionandtherecesai.on.·andt.hia,thatandtheother.
Now
tonightlet
It.e
tellyouWho-You-Are.W.aretoldinScripture--thisis
the
19thchapter,
the
26thverle,ofMatthew.
·WithGod.
allthi.ngs
are
.possible.·ThenwearetoldintheearliestGospel,theBookof'ark,the9thchapter,the2)dverse.
"AII
thingsarepossible~ohimwhobeli.vDivineImagininghalnoreatrlcti.onsplaceduponit.Human
1.m-
agininghasonerestriction.placeduponit.tobelieve.
"All
thingsarepOllsibletohimwhobelieve....Sotheyequate
lIIan......
he
is
.peak-ingof'
Yli
tJt;.'Wi"t'FlGOcr;'
ut
onthislevel
it.is
beli,ving.
Can
youbelieve
?
Thereisnoother·limitation.otherthanman'scapacitytobelievewhathehasimagined.MAllthingsarepo.aibletohimwhobelieves."So,theonlyrestrictionplacedupon
man
i8
his
ability
to
belie'vewhathisreason,whathissenBe:s.
deny,-~
that'.
all.No
other.restriction.NoWI'llturntothe115thPsalm,andhereIthinkthewhole
va.st
worldhasbeenguiltyofthis.
The
Psalmistclai.lIlsl"OurGodi.intheheavens.Theiridolsaremade,"--first
of
all,·
"OurGod.is
intheheavens,and
He
doeswhat
Hepl~aaeB,"
[Psalm
1151.1]
Nomatter
what
itis.Hedoeswhat
He
pleases."Theiridolsaremade
w1
thhumanha.nds;ofsilver
and
gold.Theyhavevoices,buttheyspeaknot,"orratherl·Theyhavemouths,buttheyspeaknotl
and
eyesthatdonotBee..They
have
earsthatdonothear,andtheyhavehandsthatdo·notteellandfeetthatdonqtwalk,
and
thereisnosoundfromtheirthroats.Thosewhomalcethemareli.ke
them.
and
thosewhobelieveinthemarelikethe.,"[Psalm
115.
5-SJ
Tobelieve.inanythingoutsideofyourselfasthecaueeofthephenomenao.fli.fe,youarebelievinginsomethingmadewiththehumanhands,--Idon'tcarewhatyou·callit.Now,whoisthisGodwhodoesasHepleasesthat
.is
equatedwithman?Well,youtrytothinkofanythingotherthanyourwonderfulhumanimagination
I
"Our
Godis1ntheheavens.
It
andwearetoldthat
t
It
HeaveniswlthiJl.:ou.
N
inthe17thchapteroftheBookofLuke."Godiewithinyou"lLuke17.
211.
IfHei
8
wi.thinme,whatinmedoesflnythingtha
t
 
?
1
t
plesses?
Nothingbut
Illy
imagina.tionlI
ean
imagine.anYthing
In.
U.world.
The
lD.ostincredible
thing,I
can
imagln,.
but
asaan,onecon-~dition
ill
imposeduponme.
!
!!libelieve
it.
IfI
canpersuademyself
of
therealityofthatwhich
IMye
t
imagined,nopowerin
the
world
can
stop
it
from
coming
top•
Man
creates
hi.
ob.lectlve
world
out.of
imaginationandtaith.These
aretH.substancesoutof
whIch
neactuailyprojectsandobjectifies
his
world.
The.re
i
B
nothing
but
God,andGod
i.
man
I.
own
wonderful
human
imagina
ti
on
t
"Manisall
imsginationrand
God
is
man,
andexistsin
U8,andwe
in
him."
"NThe
eternal
body
o.t
manis
the
imagination.
and
tha.t
isGodKimaelf.-[Blake,
from
"Annotations
toBerkeley"
and
"T~e
Laocoon~
So.DivineImagining.--
ye..
it'
B
instantaneousl··but'when
it'skeyed
low
into
the
'numan
form.
thenthere
~s
onecond
tionill,~sed
uponit
I
Can
1
elieveit?So,I
now
co,,!,e
to
the
point
of
faith.
What
isfaith?
.:Fai
t
his.thesub.1
et
ti
veaRpropriationoftheo-bj
ecti
ye..
hope.So,I
have
a
hope.I'would
liketo
be
this,
that
or
theother
inthi~.world.Or.Iwould
like
sam.•
one--afriendof
mine--
tobeth.is,
that
or
the
other.
Now
I
m.ust
appropriateit
subjectively.
I
go
dowt_
in
my
imaginationand
I
simplyconceive
aSC8n.e
which.
would
i.ply
thai
it's
true
and.Iappropriateit.How
doI
appropriate
it?
I
create
a
Bcene
whichwouldimply
that
it
is
true,
bringing
theindividual
or
friendsbetore
me.
I
eould
have
friends
tellme,
NHaveyou
heard.the'
goodnew81"
andIw11]
act
as
though
I
didn't.
"No,
what.isthe
good
news?"-Have
you
heardthe
news
about"--andtheymention
my
friend,andIlisteneagerly
to
what
they.aretelling
1Ie
about
myf'riend..I
am
appropriatingsubjectively
my
objectivehope.
AllI
hAve.
to
do
thenistopersist-in
that
st,te.
AaShakespear,saidin
his"Anthonyand
Cleopatnl
u
I--
MIt
hath
bettn
taughtusfrom
theprima.lstate
that
thAt
Whichiswas
wished
untilitwere."
He
world.
being
I
world.
uBedthe
pronoun
"-he,"
but
you
canus.it
of
anything
i.n
thi.s
Buthesaid.that"he"which,
wishing
thatbeing.tocomeintobut
you
canwishl.tforahome.aplace.oranythinginthe
Youneednotc·onflne
it
to
a
f.riend.1
Thathe
Which
i.
was
-2-
 
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wisheduntilhewere.YoucanmakeitHit
l1
or·they"oranythingelseintheworld.
tit
iiiaimplyfromtheverybeginning.Theprima.lwlshwassimplytoso.givemysel.ftoastatethatIlost.".elfinthestate,andIremaininthatstateuntiltheatatebecameobjectifiedwithin1IYworld..This.1.whattheBibleisteachingeveryoneinthillworld..Your.endispredetermined.Youcannotfail.Youcannottall,becaU8,
God
hasdone
11--
thewholethingisdone!Youaregoin«toawakenoned..ayasGodKillselflandnomatterwhat·youclo
1n
thi8world,youcannottail.YoulIayfailinyouro1rjeetlves.inthisworld·,butyoucannotfaillnGod'
8
objactive.torHis.elfwhen
He
bee...
ual
Now,inScriptureasyouaretaugh.t1tby.ilthepriest.oftheworld,-_.whethertheybeCatholics,Protestants,ChristianScientisteoranyotherdenomination.theyallteacht·his.'rhe.Incam.atlontookpla.ceatBethlehem.That'swhattheyteach.Iwliitellyou,t.ha.tisnottruetTheIncarnationtaokplace!!l..Calvary,and.that
wa.
nottwothousand.yearsagolthatwasinthevery-beginningoftime.ItwasnotatBethlehem,butatCalvarywhenGodb.came-a.-.eare;"1nthe'beginning"oftime.AtBethlehemwebecomeasGod.1a.There·.allthedifferencein-.the"'w~rld.~~--~----
r
---I
So,th~
Cry
ontheCroBs
I
'-MyGod,.
'flY
God,.
why
hastThoufor-sakenme?·LMatthew
27146
andMark
1512~--
thatisCalvary,t.heCryontheCross.Godsocompletelybecameaaweare--
He'
anotpretend.-ingtha
t
He'
8
ama".That'sincarnation.Godincarnated.
Hill••
lfinhumanity.Hisnamei8
!.!l
us,a.ndHeisHisNUlelandHianu.1
lAM
ButIamtellingyou.thatnameinamoreli.,ing•nS8isy~ur
~wn
wonderfulhumanimagination.That'sGod!So,HeirlcarnatedHims_lfinhUllani
ty
atCalvaryCalvarydldn.ottakeplacetwothousandyearsagol
it
tookplace·inthe·verybe~ginning,
II
whenGodaaid
I
"Letusmakemaninourimage"(Geneaia
11
261.
andthen,God·becamehumanity.--that'sCalvary,--arutburied.Him
a.if
intheskull
of
human.ity,tha.t'swhere
He
ia,andthat'.whereHei8dream.lngtheO.reamofLife.He18dreamingeverythinginthisworldthatyouareexperiencing.Thedaywillcome,HewillreachBethle·hem.WhenHereachBethlehem,thenGod-in-manisbam.andmanbecome.a.God1.,--born.notofblood,notofthewill·ofthafleah,notofthewillofman,butofGod.lndnoonecanfailbecause.itwasdone··befare
that
theworldwas.
1I
Por,DivineImaginingdoesnotwait.Iti.ag.ine.astatethatispla.nned.instantlyitisdone.Nowiti.goingtoai.plypaytheprice."And.Godpaid.theprice.
It
Hepaidit
by
becominghuaanityforHiswlllwasto-letusmateman.inour1mage."So,whilewearehere,wearetoldtobei~itator.ofGod"asdearch1ldren."A.sGodbecameaeIam,thatImaybea.Heis,whileIamherawaitingforthat-birth"thatisnotborn.ofbloodorofthe
r---.
willofthefleshorthewillof
lDan.
butofGod.--whileIamhereintheworldofCaesar,letlieimitateHim.Well.w.hatisHed.oing?Heactuallybecameme,andforgotthatHewasGod,thatHecouldcryout,"MyGod,lIYGod,
why
hastThouforsakenm.e?"So,Helsnotpre-tending,Hea.ctuallybecameit.
-J-

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