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Series 2 - Lesson 11 - Annotation 14

Series 2 - Lesson 11 - Annotation 14

What line of thought will overcome fear of these so-called "judgments"?

14. There must be a willingness to let the old states of consciousness pass away (through denial) and a willingness to let the new states of consciousness be formed and established (through affirmation). This can be done by realizing that God is love and justice.

When we know that justice is to be attained by each man for himself, each act for itself, then we no longer fear "judgments" but we look upon them as the lawful and orderly outworking of mental causes that have been set into operation. As we understand the nature of the law of mind action, we overcome fear of "judgments," for we take from past judgments and experiences what they have to offer us in the way of understanding and blessing and begin to exercise control over the character of our thoughts, the mental causes which are responsible for the harsh judgments or effect that cause us so much misery.

Preceding Entry: Why is it important to take the right attitude toward the so-called judgments of the Lord?
Following Entry: Quote at least four commandements of Jesus, giving Bible references, that will help one to overcome the tendency to unwise judging.