by Neville Goddard 6/16/59 THE CUP AND THE CROSS by Neville Goddard 6/16/59 W e firmly believe here that Imagination creates reality. We believe that man is all Imagination and that God and man are one. There is no difference in nature; the difference, which we...

by Neville Goddard 10/27/67 THE CUP OF EXPERIENCE by Neville Goddard 10/27/67 A ll things exist in the human imagination, and I mean that literally. No one can know of imagination who has not tasted the cup of experience! In the Psalms we are told that...

by Neville Goddard 9/23/68 THE FATHER by Neville Goddard 9/23/68 T he Bible begins with Abram, a character whose name means “exalted father.” Abram was placed in a profound sleep, told of the trials and tribulations he would pass through, and the length of time which...

by Neville Goddard 6/9/69 Do not accept any statement from scripture, the church, or an individual (including the speaker) as true until you have found God or a living truth in what is being said. What I tell you I know from experience, but I...

by Neville Goddard 12/1/59 - We believe that man can create anything he desires. We believe the Universe is infinite response and the one who causes it is the individual perceiver. Nothing is independent of your perception of it. We are so interwoven we are part...

by Neville Goddard 3/5/63 THE FOURFOLD GOSPEL by Neville Goddard 3/5/63 A s you know, and I think you do, the Bible is a mystery. A mystery to be known only by revelation. As I told you in the past, a mystery is not a matter...

by Neville Goddard 10/13/69 - Paul was the first man in history to be set free. His letters, forming a quarter of the New Testament, were written approximately thirty years prior to the four gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. His 1st letter, chronologically speaking, was...

by Neville Goddard 3/7/69 The game of life, like every game, is played within the framework of certain rules, and any violation of those rules carries a penalty. You and I are playing this game from morning to night, and should therefore learn its rules in...

by Neville Goddard 1/22/68 THE GOSPEL by Neville Goddard 1/22/68 W hen you hear the word “gospel” you usually think in terms of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, but tonight I want to introduce you to the gospel as found in the letters of Paul. Listen...

by Neville Goddard 4/12/68 THE GREAT MYSTERY by Neville Goddard 4/12/68 E aster Sunday is the day the world celebrates the greatest mystery of the Christian faith. I use the word "mystery" advisedly, for in the Book of Mark, Jesus turns to his disciples and says:...

SALVATION HISTORY by Neville Goddard 2/12/68 I t is God's purpose to give himself to you as though there were no other! And when He does, it will not be you and God, but you as God! Although it seems impossible for the God who created the...

SEEK THE KINGDOM by Neville Goddard 3/29/68 T hat which is most profoundly spiritual is in reality most directly practical. We are told: “Do not be anxious, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ for your heavenly Father knows...

SHARING IN CREATIVITY by Neville Goddard 6/10/68 T here is no greater thrill than sharing in divine creative activity! This activity, however, cannot be earned, for it is given by grace. When someone proclaimed: "I am of Paul and I am of Apollo," Paul asked, "Who is...

SIGNS FROM ABOVE by Neville Goddard 6/24/68 T he evangelists of scripture, Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, are anonymous names of men who wrote salvation history. They introduced characters who never walked this earth, but whose names are significant. In the Book of John, we find the...

SONS OF THE MOST HIGH by Neville Goddard 4/15/68 P resident Hoover, a man who began his life here on earth in the state of poverty, yet rose to the highest office in our land made this statement at a convention in San Francisco: “Human history, with...

by Neville Goddard 5/16/69 The Reverend Dr. Trusler saw the Bible as secular history, and criticised Blake, saying he needed someone to elucidate his ideas. Blake responded by saying: "You ought to know that what is Grand is necessarily obscure to Weak men. That which can...

By Neville Goddard 01-29-1963 We have been talking about God's law and God's promise. God's law is conditional. You cannot be in one state and not suffer the consequences of not being in another state, and you and I are free to imagine any state in...

by Neville Goddard 9/25/67 Tonight is “Test Yourselves,” for faith is not complete until through experiment it has become experience. Now by this I do not mean that you can test God’s Promise; that is by grace. You cannot earn it and, therefore, you cannot test...