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Florence Scovel Shinn

Your Word is Your Wand & The Game of Life and How to Play It

Love One Another: Advices for Verbal or Physical Affirmation

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ISBN: 978-80-273-0400-4
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117 Seiten, 2019

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'The Game of Life and How to Play It' is a spiritual classic by Florence Scovel Shinn. In a down-to-earth and entertaining style, the author deals with several topics, including success, prosperity, faith and Devine Design. 'The Game of Life and How to Play it' includes quotes from the Bible and anecdotal explanations of the author's understanding of God and man.
'Your Word is Your Wand' is a sequel to 'The Game of Life and How to Play It'. It was written by popular demand as readers sought more detailed and thorough explanations of the principles presented in author's previous book.
Contents:
The Game of Life and How to Play It
The Game
The Law of Prosperity
The Power of the Word
The Law of Nonresistance
The Law of Karma and the Law of Forgiveness
Casting the Burden
Love
Intuition Or Guidance
Perfect Self-Expression or the Divine Design
Denials and Affirmations
Denials and Affirmations
Your Word is Your Wand
Success
Prosperity
Happiness
Love
Marriage
Forgiveness
Words of Wisdom
Faith
Loss
Debt
Sales
Interviews
Guidance
Protection
Memory
The Divine Design
Health
Eyes
Anaemia
Ears
Rheumatism
False Growths
Heart Disease
Animals
The Elements
Journey

Florence Scovel Shinn was an American artist and book illustrator who became one of the best known spiritual teachers and metaphysical writers.

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CHAPTER II.
THE LAW OF PROSPERITY

Table of Contents
"Yea, the Almighty shall be thy defense

and thou shalt have plenty of silver."

One of the greatest messages given to the race through the scriptures is that God is man's supply and that man can release, through his spoken word, all that belongs to him by divine right. He must, however, have perfect faith in his spoken word.

Isaiah said, "My word shall not return unto me void, but shall accomplish that where unto it is sent." We know now, that words and thoughts are a tremendous vibratory force, ever moulding man's body and affairs.

A woman came to me in great distress and said she was to be sued on the fifteenth of the month for three thousand dollars. She knew no way of getting the money and was in despair.

I told her God was her supply, and that there is a supply for every demand.

So I spoke the word! I gave thanks that the woman would receive three thousand dollars at the right time in the right way. I told her she must have perfect faith, and act her perfect faith. The fifteenth came but no money had materialized.

She called me on the 'phone and asked what she was to do.

I replied, "It is Saturday, so they won't sue you today. Your part is to act rich, thereby showing perfect faith that you will receive it by Monday." She asked me to lunch with her to keep up her courage. When I joined her at a restaurant, I said, "This is no time to economize. Order an expensive luncheon, act as if you have already received the three thousand dollars."

"All things whatsoever ye ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.""You must act as if you had already received. "The next morning she called me on the 'phone and asked me to stay with her during the day. I said "No, you are divinely protected and God is never too late."

In the evening she 'phoned again, greatly excited and said, "My dear, a miracle has happened! I was sitting in my room this morning, when the doorbell rang. I said to the maid: 'Don't let anyone in.' The maid however, looked out the window and said, 'It's your cousin with the long white beard.'

So I said, 'Call him back. I would like to see him.' He was just turning the corner, when he heard the maid's voice, and he came back.

He talked for about an hour, and just as he was leaving he said, 'Oh, by the way, how are finances?'

I told him I needed the money, and he said, 'Why, my dear, I will give you three thousand dollars the first of the month.'

I didn't like to tell him I was going to be sued. What shall I do? I won't receive it till the first of the month, and I must have it tomorrow." I said, "I'll keep on 'treating.'"

I said, "Spirit is never too late. I give thanks she has received the money on the invisible plane and that it manifests on time." The next morning her cousin called her up and said, "Come to my office this morning and I will give you the money." That afternoon, she had three thousand dollars to her credit in the bank, and wrote checks as rapidly as her excitement would permit.

If one asks for success and prepares for failure, he will get the situation he has prepared for. For example: A man came to me asking me to speak the word that a certain debt would be wiped out.

I found he spent his time planning what he would say to the man when he did not pay his bill, thereby neutralizing my words. He should have seen himself paying the debt.

We have a wonderful illustration of this in the bible, relating to the three kings who were in the desert, without water for their men and horses. They consulted the prophet Elisha, who gave them this astonishing message:

"Thus saith the Lord-Ye shall not see wind, neither shall ye see rain, yet make this valley full of ditches."

Man must prepare for the thing he has aske

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