Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck, Rev. Dr. Cher Holton, and Rev. Dr. Bil Holton
Mondays, 10 AM CT
Bringing Good Out of Evil
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
This week’s lesson is entitled “Bringing Good out of Evil” and was given by Charles Fillmore on July 26, 1931. Fillmore shares his view about good and evil. He states, “Any argument to the effect that evil is necessary to the bringing forth of good is of no effect at all. It is futile.” I share that we can use “evil” to bring forth good and blessings, if we so choose. Fillmore states, “The actor … determines whether the action, whether the energy, whether the life is to be good or not good." He also speaks to religious persecution and ends with an interesting support of the system in Russia during his time. In The Revealing Word we reviewed from “faculty, spiritual” to “ faith cure.” Next week we begin with the term “faith, how cultivated.”