By Neville Goddard | February 21, 1969 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 in this world.” Although man is taught the… Continue reading I AM the Lord
By Neville Goddard | May 28, 1971 The following is a transcription of a lecture. To unravel the mystery of Christ from all the interpretations put upon it is quite a different task. We are up against all kinds of misunderstandings of the mystery. Most people believe that it is secular history, and the story… Continue reading Experience Scripture
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
The purpose of this book, however, is not to give you a complete definition of Biblical symbols or exhaustive interpretations of its stories. All I hope to have done is to have indicated the way in which you are most likely to succeed in realizing your desires.
By Neville Goddard | March 25, 1968 The following is a transcription of a lecture. Man is all Imagination and God is Man and exists in us and we in him. The eternal body of Man is the Imagination and that is God Himself. – William Blake We are told that the Bible is the… Continue reading Follow The Pattern
I’ll tell you, from my own experience, when you find the Father, you find your Self. Is not the “I” of waking and the Dreamer one? When you wake in the morning, do you not say, “I had a dream last night”? And you do not think the dreamer of the dream differs from the “I” of waking, do you? So, the “I” of waking and the Dreamer are one.
You will find that you are not a victim of fate but a victim of faith (your own).
Only through one door can that which you seek pass into the world of manifestation. “I AM the door”. Your consciousness is the door, so you must become conscious of being and having that which you desire to be and to have.
The purpose of the story-to-story commentary that follows is to link up … the distinct but never disconnected themes of the fourteen chapters… its claim: Imagining Creates Reality!
To stir you to use The Law constructively in your own life, that is the aim of this book.
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.
As long as you believe there are two — you and God — there is conflict. But when the partition is removed, you know yourself to be one with God who so loved you He became you.