May 2020 Wallpaper Calendar: -We are receivers, creators, and distributors, and must play our own perfect part of the universal game. God, the great Universal life has provided some better things for us, that they, without us, cannot be made perfect. The second rule is equally important. “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is be,” and yet the weary failure world goes on every hour thinking fear, anger, resistance, condemnation, poverty, and disease. There is little hope for a final winning in the game if with every move the player breaks his own law of power and here we’re sharing some examples with these May 2020 Wallpaper Calendars that help you. Faith is an all-abiding necessity according to the universal rule: Faith in God, faith in man, and faith in our own power: To think the thoughts which will give ourselves the environment, people, everything just as we would have them—this is the great command, and “there is not a thing in all the world but that thinking makes it so.” What folly it is to spend our hours thinking of everything in the world that we do not want when with another thought move we can change the whole game for ourselves and for others. The failure world is saturated with doubt, fear, and uncertainty; “I can’t” and “I don’t know” are their devils, they haunt their sleep and follow in their waking hours. The game of life is spoiled because with these things dogging their footsteps they lose the memory of the true rule, and their hearts are filled with thoughts that become things of fear or evil and dwells with them.
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The failure world always asks for certainty before it will accept or consent. The success world fills its heart with
thoughts of the thing it desires and lets these thoughts build it into a divine faith in the ultimate. “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he,” and the one who has to have a certainty before he ventures, has lost before he begins because there is nothing on this planet that is sure but changes—the one great changeless law of change will carry the law of success or failure through to its own end. The third rule—“Resist not evil.” This rule demands persistent attention, and until one learns the higher laws of life and finds that there is really no evil but that which we call evil is only unripe good. He will be continually in conflict, and conflict is one of the paths to failure; there are so many things that seem wrong or so impossible that one must have consciousness as high as Heaven to hold it all good and right. Yet the Universal Rule of the Game of life was this “Resist not evil:” “Do good to them who despitefully use you—If a man smites thee on one cheek, turn to him the other also.”
In all the multitude of lives seeking for higher self-attainment, thousands forget this rule, they play by the rule of their own benighted consciousness—“An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth”—and as the game goes on they find that they have won and lost, they have won their game, perhaps, but have lost love, and without love they are but as “sounding brass and tinkling cymbals.” They have gotten even with those who are their enemies, perhaps in the human way their vengeance has been satisfied, but there is the mystic law and the higher rule of the game which said: “Vengeance is mine, I will repay” and they failed while they seemed to prosper. As the days go on they learn the fateful lesson that we can never really “get even” with anyone—that our enemies are the instruments in the hands of our own law which we have endowed with power over us, and that when we think we are getting even with our enemies we find that we are settling old scores with our own soul.
And it is not to them we have to answer, but to the Universal Rule and that has said, “Resist not evil.” “If a man ask you to go a mile, go with him twain.” Living a life of hate, resistance, condemnation, and vengeance is playing off the universal law, and in order to fill our own true part there must be born in our understanding of life in the highest, the knowledge that the one life is in all and through all; then love will take the place of resistance—love for God—love for man—love for ourselves, and success born of love is eternal. The Fourth Rule. “Ask and ye shall receive, seek and ye shall find, knock and it shall be opened unto you.” Faith without works is dead, and the one who wants to play the game of life to a tremendous finish must work I, Jesus said “My Father works, and I work” and the very first thing anyone does who wants to be truly successful is to work for someone else quickly. The Universal Rule sets man at work at once, “ask” it says, the universal waits. Make known your desires in word, deed and thought; do something. “Whatsoever ye ask, believing that ye will receive, that shall ye receive.” The Divine Intelligence takes every life at its own estimate, but in the face of this first great commandment men do not ask, they do not seek, they do not knock, the great law of service is unknown in their lives.
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