(4.18) A solution to our problem seems difficult if we are uninformed or inexperienced.
(3.18) Faith is the substance of things hoped for; the evidence of things unseen.
Applied knowledge is power.
(3.17) This belief is scientifically intact because it is a natural law.
(4.17) It is invincible because it is a natural law. All natural laws are invincible, unchangeable and act with mathematical certitude; without deviation or variation.
The principle is founded on reason and experience. (5.14)
Natural law is the only reliable absolute.
(4.16) The law of attraction rests on vibration which–in turn–rests on love. Every thought impregnated with love becomes invincible.
(3.16) We are thinking on the plane of the absolute where–having planted a seed–if left undisturbed, will germinate into fruition.
Love is infinite creative potential. We plant seeds of love. Love is always in harmony with the greater good.
(3.15) Jesus, Plato, and Swedenborg all advocated this teaching.
(4.15) The degree of success we achieve in indicated by the degree in which we realize we can not change the infinite but must cooperate with it.
Selfishness thought contains the germ of dissolution. (7.23)
(4.14) The result is a conscious realization of our ability to adjust ourselves to divine and unchanging principles.
(3.14) The formula for the unerring solution to every problem is believe our desires have already been fulfilled. Their accomplishment will soon follow.
When we adjust ourselves to natural law, we inherit the confidence to believe our desires have already been fulfilled.
(3.13) Need, want, and desire–in the largest sense–induce, guide, and determine action.
(4.13) A practical working knowledge of cause and effect is secured by an understanding of natural law.
Need, want, and desire = cause
induce, guide, determine =effect