By Neville Goddard – July 26, 1968 Truth can never be told so as to be understood and not be believed. But to unravel from the truth of Scripture, the interpretations placed upon it is really quite a task, for people think in terms of the...

By Neville Goddard - 07-24-1968 Tonight’s subject is: The Man Within. This “Man Within” is Jesus Christ, the image of God, called in Scripture, “The Son of God.” Now, unless this Christ in us is raised to ever higher and higher levels, then God cannot fulfill His...

Neville Goddard – Date Unknown Tonight’s title is “The Potter’s House.” This story is told in the 18th chapter of the book of Jeremiah. “The Word of the Lord came to Jeremiah, ‘Go down to the potter’s house, and there I will let you hear my words.’...

Neville Goddard 06-26-1970 The Bible tells the story of a promise – of a dream that existed two thousand years only in the imagination of Israel, and when their dream came true, Israel did not recognize their own harvest, and rejected their own harvest – denied...

Neville Goddard - Date Unknown Tonight’s subject is “The Pattern Man.” Paul, in his final letter to Timothy, . . when he felt that he was about to depart this world, he wrote Timothy, and he said: “Follow the pattern of the sound words which you have...

Neville Goddard (Date Unknown) Tonight’s title is: “The Most Precious Gift.” If He Who created the Universe and all within it gave it to you, and with the whole vast universe owned by you, you would consider that the greatest gift in the world. And, yet,...

by Neville Goddard - 17th July 1968 The Bible is a mystery, to be known only by revelation. You can sit down and think about it and rationalize from now to the ends of time, if it is not revealed in you, you will not know...

By Neville Goddard - July 1970 Tonight’s subject is: “The Secret of Imagining.” In almost every particular is the world about us different from what we think it. Why then should we be so incredulous? Life calls on us to believe not less, but more. The secret...

Neville Goddard – 06-7-1971 In the letters of Blake, there is one where he wrote to the Reverend Trusler . . the Reverend Dr. Trusler, who had criticized him for his works, and said to Blake, “You need someone to elucidate your works.” So, Blake wrote him...

Neville Goddard - 04-2-1971 You should find tonight a very practical night, . . something that you can test . . take it tonight and prove it. We’ll take it from Scripture, but something first with which, I think, you are all familiar. If you took...

Neville Goddard - 1970 Tonight is a bit of a riddle, but you listen carefully, for it’s very, very important. It is “The Morning Star,” a promise made to man. “He who conquers … I will give him the morning star.” (Revelation 2:26, 28 RSV )...

By Neville Goddard - 06-11-1959 …we must go on to higher and higher levels, for that is the purpose of the teacher. I would like to look tonight into what it is to my mind, the greatest book in the world, the Bible, and show you...

Neville Goddard - 10-28-1966 Tonight’s subject is “The Miraculous Child.” This child will not appear to the world, for they are so fixed in their misconceptions of Scripture, and there is no dead weight so heavy. But tonight I wish you would pay special attention, as...

(Date Unknown) Tonight’s subject is “The Promise Fulfilled.” Now, here we are gathered together, and I daresay if I asked anyone here, including myself, the speaker: Are we really known in the world? I think we would all admit, “Only to a very small circle, our...

Wisdom is revealed truth, which cannot be logically proven. Knowledge is science; you can prove it. You can prove the theory that you had concerning going to the moon; that can be proved. Einstein’s theories – they were theories, but in time man could devise...

Neville Goddard - 06-08-1970 Paul tells us that whatever was written in former times was written for our instruction. When he speaks of things “written in former time,” he means only the Old Testament. He quotes no other book. He doesn’t quote Plato, the Vedas, Upanishads,...

By Neville Goddard – 07-16-1969 Tonight’s subject is: Many Mansions. You may be familiar with the subject from the 14th chapter of the book of John: “Let not your hearts be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many...

Radio Talk 4, Station KECA, Los Angeles July, 1951 Many people tell me they cannot meditate. This seems to me a bit like saying they cannot play the piano after one attempt. Meditation, as in every art or expression, requires constant practice for perfect results. A truly great...