Prosperity

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Penguin, Aug 14, 2008 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 272 pages
The lessons of Scripture hold the hidden keys to prosperity— discover how to use them to create wealth, abundance,
and purpose in your life.

 
 

It is perfectly logical to assume that a wise and competent
Creator would provide for the needs of His creatures…
                                                            —Charles Fillmore
 
Do you know how love can help pay your debts? How trust can be a building block to riches? How generosity can bring magical rewards to you? These are just a few of the ideas in Charles Fillmore’s Prosperity—an extraordinary blueprint to realizing the wealth-building power that exists, and is always available, within your mind.
The beloved spiritual teacher Fillmore committed his lifetime to helping countless men and women learn to harness the creative principles of faith and mental power. Now, readers everywhere can benefit from one of his most famous and sought-after books—a guide that plainly brings the principles of mental science down to the working level.

The twelve lessons in Prosperity are a master class from a venerated instructor on how you—right here, right now—can attain your true destiny as a conduit of the Divine Mind, and how that realization can bring abundance and plenty into your life.
 

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Contents

LESSON 1 SPIRITUAL SUBSTANCE THE FUNDAMENTAL BASIS OF THE UNIVERSE
LESSON 2 SPIRITUAL MIND THE OMNIPRESENT DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLE OF PROSPERITY
LESSON 4 MAN THE INLET AND OUTLET OF DIVINE MIND
LESSON 5 THE LAW THAT GOVERNS THE MANIFESTATION OF SUPPLY
LESSON 6 WEALTH OF MIND EXPRESSES ITSELF IN RICHES
LESSON 8 GOD WILL PAY YOUR DEBTS
LESSON 10 RIGHT GIVING THE KEY TO ABUNDANT RECEIVING
LESSON 11 LAYING UP TREASURES
LESSON 12 OVERCOMING THE THOUGHT OF LACK
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Charles Fillmore (1854–1948) was the founder of the Unity Church, derived from the New Thought movement. He was widely known for his spiritual interpretations of the Bible and writings such as ProsperityChristian HealingMysteries of Genesis, and Mysteries of John.

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