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    Thought For the Day - 4/22

    Tuesday, April 22, 2008, 9:12 AM [General]

    . . "Except ye become as little children, ye shall in no wise enter in." Unless you can be just as forgiving, unless you can find it just as easy to forget slights and slurs and things that would make afraid those who would judge others. For with what measure ye mete, it is measured to thee again. Even as He, the Master gave, the faults ye find in others are reflected in thine own mirror of life. And as He gave, "Cast the beam out of thine eye that ye may see to take the mote from thy brother's eye."

    Edgar Cayce Reading 3395-2

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    Thought For the Day - 4/21

    Monday, April 21, 2008, 9:24 AM [General]

    Know that it is not all just to live--not all just to be good, but good for something; that ye may fulfill that purpose for which ye have entered this experience.

    Edgar Cayce Reading 2030-1

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    Thought For the Day - 4/18

    Friday, April 18, 2008, 9:17 AM [General]

    . . for he that seeks the Lord must believe that He is, would they find Him; for one doubting has already builded that barrier that prevents the proper understanding, whether as to physical, mental or spiritual attributes, or spiritual aid, or mental aid, or physical aid; for that in faith sought for shall be thine, even as was given, "Be my people and I will be your God."

    Edgar Cayce Reading 459-1

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    Thought For the Day - 4/17

    Thursday, April 17, 2008, 9:32 AM [General]

    For, the error that man makes is the more oft against himself than making for the breaking of law as related to divine influence in the experience. For, love is law--law is love, in its essence. And with the breaking of the law is the making of the necessity for atonement and forgiveness, in that which may take away error to or what has been brought in the experience of the individual.

    Edgar Cayce Reading 262-45

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    Thought For the Day - 4/16

    Wednesday, April 16, 2008, 8:47 AM [General]

    More individuals become so anxious about their own troubles, and yet helping others is the best way to rid yourself of your own troubles. For what is the pattern? He gave up Heaven and entered physical being that ye might have access to the Father.

    Edgar Cayce Reading 5081-1

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    Thought For the Day - 4/15

    Tuesday, April 15, 2008, 9:03 AM [General]

    . . don't get mad and don't cuss a body out mentally or in voice. This brings more poisons than may be created by even taking foods that aren't good.

    Edgar Cayce Reading 470-37

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    Thought For the Day - 4/14

    Monday, April 14, 2008, 9:06 AM [General]

    Then as ye have held, as ye have applied that ye have gained, so does the ability come to be of that help, that aid to those who are stumbling--some blindly, some gropingly, some discouraged, some overanxious, some overzealous of their own peculiar twist or turn; yet all seeking--seeking the light.


    But He is the light, as ye have seen in thine experience--yea in thine experiences through the earth ye, too, have seen the light and lost thy way. And even as He put on flesh that He, too, might know the ways of the flesh, of the desires, of the urges that have wrought in the experiences of men that blindness of self-glory, self-indulgence or self-aggrandizement that has led many astray, even with the forces of Divine at times working through them.


    For the Spirit is willing, the flesh is weak. And the strength, the influence, the force and power, is by that trust, that faith in Him . . .

    Edgar Cayce Reading 1301-1

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    Thought For the Day - 4/11

    Friday, April 11, 2008, 9:01 AM [General]

    "For all that ye may ever keep is just what you give away, and that you give away is advice, counsel, manner of life you live yourself." The manner in which you treat your fellow man, your patience, your brotherly love, your kindness, your gentleness. That you give away, that is all that ye may possess in those other realms of consciousness.

    Edgar Cayce Reading 5259-1

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    Thought For the Day - 4/10

    Thursday, April 10, 2008, 8:44 AM [General]

    Do not worry as to whether you are fat or thin. Worry rather as to whether you use your body, mentally and physically, as an expression of thy ideal.

    Edgar Cayce Reading 308-8

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    Thought For the Day - 4/9

    Wednesday, April 9, 2008, 8:38 AM [General]

    For, as has been given, it is not all of life to live, nor yet all of death to die. For life and death are one, and only those who will consider the experience as one may come to understand or comprehend what peace indeed means.

    Edgar Cayce Reading 1977-1

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