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Message From Mother
Friday, 21 November 2008
Calmness is Caring

Many people falsely believe that to be calm is not to care, but if you care about your reaction to life's problems, calmness can be the greatest act of caring. If your mind is agitated, it has lost much of its ability to think clearly. Agitation leads to confusion and misdirection of your life force. The type of calmnes Supreme Mother Mildred Miller is speaking of in this message is "calm confidence," a principle advocated by DeLaurence in his book, "The Master Key." Do you believe that calmness can be your best tool for leading a dynamic life?

Father Derek Tyrone Davis

Posted by Marshall L. Davis at 4:06 AM EST
Updated: Friday, 21 November 2008 4:34 AM EST
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Calm Your Mind

Watch your mind. Don’t say I am confused. Remember, to speak is to create. Listen to your words. Pay attention to your inner thoughts. What are they telling you? Do you know the real meaning of “care?”A friend that cares is a blessing from God. Think on calmness. Through calmness comes understanding. Learn to attend to your business. Don’t miss your blessing by getting involved in the affairs of others. Pay attention to your body. Face facts and let trust take over in your life. Be careful how you treat everyone. Always say, “I will treat others as I would like to be treated.” Pay attention to this statement. You will have cause to use it. Use reason in all walks of life. You want common sense to work with you. Don’t give others a cause to call you a fool. Help others by helping them to help themselves. Treat your stomach like you would like to be treated. Pay attention to your hands. Rub your hands and you will calm your mind. Plan a trip for later on. Be humble, be loyal. Be steadfast. Be Peaceful. Have faith. Learn to trust and obey. Read 16 Chapter of Mark. Burn purple candles, pink incense and use oil of lavender.


Repeat Daily: “I thank God for a calm mind today.”

Supreme Mother Mildred Davis Miller

Posted by Marshall L. Davis at 4:03 AM EST
Updated: Friday, 21 November 2008 4:21 AM EST
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Saturday, 8 November 2008
Seek ye First


"Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and its righteousness and all else will be added unto you."

I don't believe that these words of wisdom from Jesus were meant to have us always looking for a blessed place after our death. I am sure that the "Kingdom of God" or "Kingdom of Heave" refers to the Spiritual nature of the "omni-verse" which connects us to "The ALL."

What do you think you need to fulfill this commandment?

Father Derek Tyrone Davis

Posted by Marshall L. Davis at 12:01 AM EST
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