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|The song is called “We Believe.” We believe that You created all things In all their |
beauty and mystery. We believe we broke the boundaries You gave To keep this
world in harmony. We believe You called a family, Blessing them to bless all ...
|We have never come to grips with ourselves, and we look at ourselves not |
through rose-colored glasses but through a dirty, brownish-gray film. We may
have ... We think a thought, then tell ourselves we shouldn't think that way. We
feel a ...
William C. King - 1900 - 620 pages
|We begin to think in the realm of faith. All thought that influences life presupposes |
faith in thought itself and in the mind that produces it. We trust ourselves before
we know ourselves. Indeed, we trust ourselves in order to know ourselves.
|This force is nothing less than the belief in ourselves. When we believe in |
ourselves, we trust the divine order. We do not have to consciously do anything to
prove our confidence in the divine order. It automatically goes along with the
belief in ...
|But the lies we hear and believe are much louder than this soft disquiet and |
drown it out, and so we feel justified in ... shared because inequality is untrue,
therefore whatever we believe about another person we must believe about
|A thought is, at best, a description of something we take in with our senses. And |
yet, from a very young age, we're taught that we are what we think about
ourselves. But there is another layer to this, and that is we tend to believe that we
|Now, upon all occasions we manifest our belief in Christ, to wash and bathe |
ourselves in his blood, who justifieth the ungodly. So that, upon a fresh sight of
sin, with contrition for it, he continually justifieth us. Thus, when we believe, we
|manufacturers into the form of a creed it would read about as follows : — We |
believe, first of all, in protection — for ourselves. We believe the Government
should protect our infant efforts by high protective tariff so jobbers and letailers of
|we do apprehend, at once, the finiteness of ourselves and the infiniteness of God. |
We can look about us and see that we have boundless relations to man, above
us and see that we have boundless relations to God, and within us and become ...