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Practical Christianity.

VOL. XXIII.

KANSAS, CITY MO. JULY, 1905.

No. 1.

TRUE PROSPERITY.

PYLIO Libel

) BY MARY BREWERTON DE WITT.

ASTOR, LENOX AND PAPER II.

TILDEN FC I DATIONS.

1. HE law of prosperity has already been considered in our first paper. Figuratively speaking, it may be placed in a nut-shell thus: Pure thought, righteous living, and

the act of giving, or the open heart. Following this deduction our rule is, that in order to pave the way for good, we must first cleanse our heart from evil, or throw out every discouraging thought, leaving the Self free for the demonstration that must so surely follow — as the fruit follows the blossom. How to do this is the question. As we regard the mind we find we have looked for poverty, we have wailed over past losses, we have said our luck was against us; the law of cheerfulness has not been observed, nor have we expected any happen. ings save what is called misfortune, and we have groaned over bridges which we may never be obliged to cross. What can occur in the face of such misconceptions of life? That which is liable to follow is loss, bad luck, depression and poverty.

Those who say they never have been lucky, or fortunate, and never will be, have no cause for complaint. They are creating the condition by their word. “By our words we are justified or condemned,” says Jesus, and, “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he." Change your words. Declare, “ From this day I intend to be fortunate. Bad luck cannot follow at my heels. All good is mine, for I am the child of a king. I am heir to the kingdom.

I That kingdom is here within my own heart. I am rich

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