Good Thoughts and a Good Harvest (Matt. 7:17, 18)

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This Sunday,  November 18th,  2012

Rev. Martha Quintana, Senior Minister

“Spiritual Evolution: Thank God!”  

The human personality is unfolding constantly – sometimes in a calm and unhurried manner and other times, in what feels like, a hurried and get-it-done manner. However it unfolds, each of us is moving in a self-conscious way. We can be grateful for the experience of our lives. Join Rev. Martha as we enter the holiday season and give thanks!


Music by Susan Clark

Music Director Susan Clark is joined by

Lewis Winn on guitar/bass guitar and Jay Blea on drums/percussion

Guest Musician Becca Grant

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The Daily Meditation 11.15.2012

Good Thoughts and a Good Harvest (Matt. 7:17, 18)

By Ernest Holmes, Our Founder and the Author of “Science Of Mind”

Good Thought

A good tree produces good fruit, so good thoughts bear a harvest of good deeds, while evil consumes itself in the flame of its own fire. If a man’s life produces good deeds, then the man is himself good; and this, no matter what his particular religious belief may or may not be. The mouth speaks from the heart.

It is impossible for a man to conceal himself. In every act, word, or gesture, he stands revealed as he is, and not as he would have himself appear to be. From the universe, nothing is or can be hidden; the very walls have ears and the mirror of life cannot help reflecting back to us that which we really are.

Jesus plainly tells us that we are held accountable for the very words which we speak. No man ever lived who placed a greater power in the word. By our words we are justified or condemned.

The word may be considered to be the complete thought and act of man. There must be a thought before there can be an act, and a thinker before there can be any thought. The thinker condemns or justifies himself through his thought.

Holmes, Ernest; Jean Houston (1998-08-24). The Science of Mind: The Definitive Edition (pp. 448-449). Tarcher. Kindle Edition.

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We teach the Science of Mind, which is the study of Life and the nature of the laws of thought; the idea that we live in a Spiritual Universe; that God or Spirit is in, through, around  us; and that this Presence is a loving source of all Good.

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We recognize that an inherent desire in every individual is to realize the person God intended us to be. As we realize our true God selves, the greatest gift we can give another is to support him or her in becoming that God person too. 

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