Secret of the Ages - Part IV, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part IV, Chapter 13 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Thirteen, Part Four is entitled, The Infinite Loves You.

Collier takes a philosophical, almost theological break in Chapter Thirteen by teaching the Reader that he is not material, but is Spirit and that as Spirit he or she is in complete control of Life, Consciousness, and Will. Collier then refers to the Supreme Presence Power as I AM, as Good, as God, as Divinity. He attempts to persuade the Reader that because God said that He is within all man and that man is within Him, because He is all Good, all He represents is good. When man tries to flee from God, or Divinity as related in the five page poem, "The Hound of Heaven" by Francis Thompson, it is because that man is running from the good that is within himself. Once man sees...

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