Thursday, August 28, 2014


This is a copy of an email to our Sunday School Class.
Our introduction ans suggestions in working with I Am the Word.

I Am the Word
For those of you who are interested in being part of this gathering I would suggest you read what is sometimes referred to as the Prologue to John’s Gospel.
You know, the part that begins with “In the beginning was the Word…” Chapter 1, verses 1-18.
Traditionally, the Word is considered to be the Divine nature of Jesus, but as you read this passage, I would suggest that you keep in mind, it is speaking about You.
You are the eternal Word.

An important idea to keep in mind. 
This book is loaded with affirmations of many kinds. In the “olden days” of books like “The Secret,” affirmations are used to create something, kind of like the "Little Engine that Could” story(which I always found troubling).

BUT the affirmations in this book are not attempting to create something—these are affirmations that are affirming/reminding us of a Truth that already exists.

Our next post will approach some clarification regarding ideas like vibration and frequency. It's a bit of a different language, but it does not have to be confusing.