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The Spirit of Success

Mary Brewerton De Witt
Healing Words
It is Old-Fashioned

Jessie Juliet Knox

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Poem-"A Little Parable'
The True Character of God

Irene Runyan
How Can a Man be Concealed ?
Denials and Affirmations

Edna L. Carter
Society of Silent Unity
Class Thought and Prosperity Thought
Neither Do I Condemn Thee

H. B. J.
Questions and Answers
Bible Lessons

Charles Fillmore

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The Family—“ Harmony in the Home

Myrtle Fillmore
Power-A Responsive Service
Notes From the Field

Jennie H. Croft
Little Contributions

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Publishers' Department
Twelve Lessons in Christian Healing

Charles Fillmore
Metaphysical Directory

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A momentous faculty is called into play wten siccess is understood in its entirety.

Success is a word covering a wide field. To be truly successful is not only to understand the law of prosperity governing riches, but it is to understand the law that governs health, strength, peace of mind and all harmonious conditions, for to have these is to have success. Thus we see that a certain spirit is required in success, for the spirit of success relates to the mind and its attitude toward life.

The faculty referred to is that determining quality of the mind which will take no secondary matter when it is looking for the best. This is that quality of faith backed by enthusiasm and courage and a full determination to succeed notwithstanding obstacles and stumbling blocks that may lie in the path.

The one who is determined upon success and never gives up is bound to succeed in the end. He who is bent on success is always persevering, patient and invulnerable to attacks from the crowd of would be detrimental thoughts and ideas. If these essay to thwart him, they are balked at every turn, for he who is bent on victory is sure to be victorious.

No one who has ventured to attain to any object or idea, and kept at that venture faithfully and persistently, has been known to fail, for he who sticks to his work through fair days and foul, lives to see the completion of that work, provided he has a coura

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