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Excerpt from Greetings and a Message to the Dear Children
Suppose I reminisce just for a while - go back to my childhood and tell you some of my experiences, when I was a little girl. I had a dear earthly father and mother, whom I loved so dearly, that I was always perfectly happy when I was with them. They were very religious, by this I mean that they loved the Holy Bible and tried to obey God's law and follow Christ Jesus' teaching, and I think they must have obeyed Christ's teaching, for they were so good and so healthy and happy. You know, dear little ones, that the Bible is the book that tells us what God says to His people, through men who love Him and who obey His commandments, one of which reads: Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbor as thyself.
These men were called prophets. They prophesied, or foresaw and foretold the result of wrong thoughts, or thoughts which were not God, or good thoughts, Life and Love and Truth thoughts. Ages ago people were told to be good and obey God, if they wanted to be happy themselvesand be able to make others well and happy. Elijah was one of the prophets who talked with God and taught the people to think God, or good thoughts, so you see, God spoke through him, and of course Elijah's thoughts were all life and love and truth thoughts and these good, God thoughts made the people, who obeyed God's voice through Elijah, happier and healthier.
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