The Healing Light

Narrated by: Jeana Rich
Length: 6 hrs and 23 mins
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"The scientific attitude is the attitude of perfect open-mindedness," writes Agnes Sanford. "It consists in an unshakable faith in the laws of nature combined with perfect humility toward those laws and a patient determination to learn them at whatever cost.

Through this humility scientists have learned how to conform to the laws of nature and by so doing have achieved results. Through the same meekness those who seek God can produce results by learning to conform to His laws of faith and love.

"The first step in seeking to produce results by any power is to contact that power.... The second step is to turn it on.... The third step is to believe that this power is coming into use and to accept it by faith. No matter how much we ask for something it becomes ours only as we accept it and give thanks for it."

These three steps are made so clear in this book that a child can understand them. But something besides understanding is required if one desires real healing and that "something besides" is what this book proceeds to give.

©2017 Majestic (P)2018 Majestic

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Wonderful book

It was great to find this inspiring book on Audible. If you do have the option I would love to see Agnes Sanford's biography narrated too - her story is lovely.