By Neville Goddard | February 21, 1969 The following is a transcription of a lecture. I am the LORD and there is no other. I form light and create darkness. I make weal and create woe. I, the LORD, do all these things. Isaiah 45 Then John tells us, “As He is, so are we… Continue reading I AM the Lord
By Neville Goddard | October 11, 1968 The following is a transcription of a lecture. The drama tonight opens to the 8th chapter of the Book of John, where the evangelist writes of the state into which he has entered, saying: Truly, truly I say to you, before Abraham, was I am. John 8:58 The… Continue reading Before Abraham, Was I AM
By Neville Goddard | November 7, 1969 The following is a transcription of a lecture. In the 64th chapter of the Book of Isaiah we read: O Lord, thou art our Father; we are the clay. Thou art our potter; we are the work of thy hand. When you hear the words Lord, Father, and… Continue reading The Lord, Our Potter
By Neville Goddard | February 24, 1969 The following is a transcription of a lecture. Peter tells us that Christ bears our sins in his body on the cross. And the prophet Isaiah said: He takes our infirmities and bears our diseases. Who is this being who bears our sins, our infirmities, and our diseases?… Continue reading Christ Bears Our Sins
And then will come that moment in time when you move from this age to that age where everything then is completely subject to your imaginative power, for you are God. You are God now but you do not know it and you find it difficult keeping the tense.
So I tell you: he is dreaming now and he’s dreaming about you. And he will not break the dream. No one can arouse him until he completes his intention. His intention is to give himself to you, as though there were no other in the world − just you and God, and eventually only you, for you will be God. There is nothing in the world but that.
You eternally objectify that which you are conscious of being, so you forever move in a world that is the perfect personification of that which you know yourself to be.