Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck, Rev. Dr. Cher Holton, and Rev. Dr. Bil Holton
Mondays, 10 AM CT
Love Leads to Power
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
This week’s talk was delivered by Charles Fillmore on Sunday, September 3, 1933, and is titled, "Love Leads to Power." Fillmore differentiates among the fleshly love (the love of sensation), human love (love of family—father, mother, sister, brother, sweetheart) and spiritual love. The first two are essentially selfish, while spiritual love "forgets self in its desire to help others." Other interesting points Charles Fillmore makes include, "Man does give character to this universal either by his thought, and it is our thought that is the great transformer of our minds." He also shared that, “Our greatest need is to understand the law of thought, especially thought turned to love." Finally, at the end of the talk, Fillmore strongly emphasizes the importance of women and their love of peace that is helping to transform the world. "When the women of the land rise up in their might and demand the reign of love and peace in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, it will come to pass overnight."
There was not sufficient time to get to any entries in The Revealing Word.