Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck, Rev. Dr. Cher Holton, and Rev. Dr. Bil Holton
Mondays, 10 AM CT
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
This week’s talk, "Forgiveness," was delivered by Charles Fillmore on October 29, 1924. It begins with a short explanation and example of “that something that jumps up inside” and seems to give us ideas. Fillmore calls this “the higher self.” He says, “It makes a difference how you identify this voice that talks to you … I have found that for those people who give it the name of the Lord it can’t be wrong. It is Spirit.” Fillmore shares: “In all your experiences see it spiritually and think about it spiritually. The forgiveness part is about forgiving ourselves our ignorance for it is just ignorance that makes us think such things as evil and ignorant states of consciousness.” He says our first prayer should be “Forgive me my ignorance.” He also says we should forgive ourselves for our thoughts of limitation.