Ask, and Ye Shall Receive In his foreword, the author states, “These are books of inspiration, decoding the words of Jesus Christ. They are recorded as they came into being—with little or no change. They are for contemplation.” There is indeed much for contemplation within these pages. Each short chapter is overflowing with truth, presented in a way which draws the reader in, inviting—and sometimes challenging—him to contemplate the deeper meanings that lie below the surface of the words, for this is the only way to truly “hear” the Word and begin to live free of fear, in the realization of your real and permanent identity. “You, beloved, were created for the purpose of permitting this Power to take shape and form through your body. You are the beloved of God. You are the golden Buddha. You are the Christ of God. Behold!” The truths presented here are transformative. They are not new; rather they are the eternal Truth, and we are given the opportunity to drink deeply of them and experience the joy of their unfolding in a very practical way. “There is not one empty vessel left; even the borrowed ones are full. The Love of God keeps flowing until everything is satisfied.”
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Walter Lanyon was highly respected as a spiritual teacher of Truth. He traveled and lectured to capacity crowds all over the world, basing his lectures, as he said, “solely on the revelation of Jesus Christ.” At one point, he underwent a profound spiritual awakening, in which he felt “plain dumb with the wonder of the revelation.” This enlightening experience “was enough to change everything in my life and open the doors of the heaven that Jesus spoke of as here and now. I know what it was. I lost my personality; it fell off of me like an old rag. It just wasn’t the same anymore.” His prolific writings continue to be sought out for their timeless message, put forth in a simple, direct manner, and they have much to offer serious spiritual seekers. Walter Clemow Lanyon was born in the U.S. on October 27, 1887, and he passed away in California on July 4, 1967.
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Book Description Mystics of the World. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0692476539
Book Description Mystics of the World, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0692476539