Part Five - Page 5

  1. Those who have come into possession of this inheritance are never quite the same again. They have come into possession of a sense of power hitherto undreamed of. They will always be bold, strong, decisive, and courageous. They are indissolubly connected with Omnipotence. Something in them has been aroused; they have suddenly discovered that they possess a tremendous overt ability of which they were heretofore entirely unconscious.
  2. This power is from within, but we can only receive it when we give it. Use is the condition upon which we hold this inheritance. We are each of us but the channel through which the Omnipotent power is being differentiated into form; when we give, the channel is opened and we can receive more. This is true on every plane of existence and in every field of endeavor and all walks of life. The more we give, the more we get. The athlete who wishes to get strong must make use of the strength they have, and the more they give the more they will get. The financier who wishes to make money must make use of the money they have, for only by using it can they get more.
  3. The merchant who keeps their goods going out will always have them coming in; the corporation which gives efficient service will have many customers; the attorney who gets results will have many clients, and so it goes everywhere; power is contingent upon a proper use of the power already in our possession; what is true in every field of endeavor, every experience in life, is true of the power from which every other power known among people is begotten -- spiritual power. Add spirit and what do you have? Everything.
  4. If then the spirit is all there is, upon the recognition of this fact must depend the ability to demonstrate all power, whether physical, mental or spiritual.
  5. All possession is the result of the accumulative attitude of mind, or the money consciousness; this is the magic wand which will enable you to receive the idea, and it will formulate plans for you to execute, and you will find as much pleasure in the execution as in the satisfaction of attainment and achievement.

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