Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck, Rev. Dr. Cher Holton, and Rev. Dr. Bil Holton
Mondays, 10 AM CT
Weakness Change to Power
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
This week we finished exploring a talk given by Charles Fillmore on April 2, 1931, entitled "Weakness Changed to Power." A key idea from this talk is, “Everything that we do, everything that we think, everything that we work, everything that we say, represents some idea in the One Mind, the Source of all ideas.” Fillmore also shares: “There are two baptisms always: one of denial and the other of affirmation.”
Then we explored another talk entitled "Denials and Affirmations," given by Charles Fillmore on October 5, 1926. This very clear talk is full of great ideas. One being, “It means this denial just lets go. It unclasps, it’s clinching fear and releasing, dissipates and is lost in the great universal … Relax your idea in your mind. That’s denial.”
We will complete this talk during the next program.