Secret of the Ages - Part VI, Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part VI, Chapter 25 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Twenty-Five, Part Six emphasizes that Yesterday ended Last Night.

In Chapter 25, Collier is much more overt in bringing God into the plan of preparing for success. He reminds the Reader that the Biblical David made a habit of thanking God ahead of time, he praised God even when he was in trouble. St. Paul praised God and was freed from prison. Everyone finds satisfaction in being praised for a task well done. Collier tells the Reader not only to praise God, but to praise him ahead of time before the event even happens. That way one can rest in the belief that that which has been praised actually has happened.

Collier showcases the quote, "Be still and know that I AM God," (p. 201). Then Collier challenges the Reader, asking what he is waiting for, as God...

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