Eternal Words and Words Of Power

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Inspirational, Spiritual & Metaphysical Quotes From The Writings Of JJ Dewey

1.  “There are certain words that take the ear back to the vibration of spirit that cannot be corrupted.  The Brotherhood calls these ‘Eternal Words’.”

2.  “Words of truth, or eternal words, are spoken by disciples of the Master who share consciousness with him and thus the words of the disciple carry the same potency as the words of Christ.”

3.  “All inspired writings have fulfillment on at least one of the three planes which are the mental, astral-emotional and physical.”

4.  “One of the purposes of the universal religion will be to teach people to recognize and use words of power.”

5.  “If the word is good then it is eternal and will never die but will bring forth fruit in its time, and none can prevent the manifestation.”

6.  “Even though Isaiah’s prophesies were given to the ancient Jews, most of them had correspondences to the far future such as the first and second coming of Christ and the Millennium (or Age of Peace), and the coming forth of additional revelations. Isaiah wrote in such a way that his words had a meaning to his contemporary Jews as well as speaking of events in the far future.”

7.  “When creation descends into form it does so through the power of a word.”

8.  “Eternal words are the words of Christ or spoken through the Oneness Principle in the Consciousness of Christ.”

9.  “The Great Invocation and the Song of the 144,000 are Words of Power and also contain principles.”

10.  “All eternal words are words of power but not all words of power are eternal words.”

11.  “Eternal words are words that will not pass away because they speak of true principles.”

12.  “Words that are not eternal words are most words spoken by average humanity. Such words relate facts that only have meaning today, but had no meaning in the past and will have no meaning in the future.”

13.  “There are words that do not teach principles that are temporary and pass away and then there are words that do teach principles that do not pass away because they are eternal words.”

14.  “It is time for the soul infused disciple to reach out to others upon the earth and use the words of power to separate the wheat from the chaff. The wheat are those who will accept the new ideas of the age to come and the chaff are those stuck in the old ways that are about to collapse upon itself.”

15.  “Eternal words are words that teach principles, for only principles will continue to have meaning as long as time exists.”

16.  “Disciples must teach words, eternal words, to bring the life of God to the churches and governments of the earth.”

17.  “My objective here is to speak the words of the soul to the best of my ability, and let each individual decide, in connection with the highest he can register, as to whether or not it is true.”

18.  “When words of Spirit are thus brought to earth they will not pass away for they came from timelessness or eternity.”

19.  “Even though Jesus had only 120 followers when he was crucified his words did not pass away because they touched on eternal principles, and when this is done, the meaning cannot be erased from human consciousness — not in this life or a future life.”

20.  “The only way to speak words that shall not pass away is to speak of principles that have already existed for eternity in the higher spheres.”

21.  “Eternal words are very powerful and do not pass away because they carry in them the seed of an eternal principle.”

22.  “Embodied principles are eternal words.”

23.  “When the disciple receives eternal words he realizes the depth of them is beyond the power of his personality self to have initiated.”

24.  “The advantage of the spoken word is that a teacher can speak from the soul and if the words are eternal words, spoken in the language of the principles, then they are carried through the medium of soul to the hearts and minds of the group.”

25.  “The most advanced writings for public consumption on the planet, directly read by the people, are rarely consumed.”

26.  “For the good things I write that ring true to your souls I give credit to the Holy Spirit as it flows back and forth between the golden links that bind us together in the Oneness Principle.”

27.  “The scriptures tell us to ‘prove all things’.”

28.  “Remember that all inspired words have more than one correct interpretation.”

29.  “How do you know if your interpretation [of an inspired writing] is correct? For one thing, if it has meaning to you then a value is achieved even if you are far removed from the meaning implied by the original writer. Apart from this as we seek accuracy we want to apply the law of correspondences. If the interpretation you come up with fits in with this law then you have a find worthy of contemplation and meditation. As you then contemplate the interpretation and correspondences you will move to the next level of seeking intuitive flashes of knowledge. When these flashes come you will know within that they are true for you will see the principle behind them.”

30.  “The interesting thing is that even when inspired words are not fulfilled as expected, they still come to pass on some level.”

31.  “Each scripture that deals with principles or cycles has a body, soul and spirit according to ancient Jewish belief. The body is that which is most applicable to life on the physical plane. Soul interpretations are those who stir the love energy of those who hear the words expounded. Spirit interpretations are those that appeal to the higher mind and lead to manifestations of the Spirit within. In addition to these three there is a fourth which is a synthesis of the three. This will be an interpretation from the viewpoint of wholeness (holiness) which will give guidance in practical application, stir the love of God and Spirit within and lead to intuitive understanding. In addition to this when the mystical number of seven comes into play the number of possible interpretations multiplies exponentially.”

32.  “I do not think any writer in modern times has matched the profoundness of Isaiah or the words of Jesus.”

33.  “As one reads through the teachings of Christ one cannot help but notice that every teaching He gave out was representative of some principle that is timeless and has as much meaning today as it did 2000 years ago.”

34.  “The Book of Revelation written by the Apostle John is one of the grandest books in human history with as much depth and mystery as any metaphysical, non-metaphysical, religious or non-religious book in the world.”

35.  “The Bible is the Word of God inasmuch as the words you draw from it harmonize with the Word of God within the Soul of man which is in harmony with the Spirit of God.”

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