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Emma Curtis Hopkins Quotes & Sayings

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When the Lord is your confidence you will never find yourself at all deceived by the ways and speech of men and women, though they be very brilliant, if they speak outside of the Principle that demonstrates healing and goodness and life. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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The natural man perceiveth not the things of the Spirit, and he cannot know them, for they are foolishness unto him. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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The world will persist in exhibiting before you what you persist in affirming the world is. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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You have no idea how much of the inefficiency of mankind comes from thinking about the wrong-doings of others, and of ourselves. There is nothing more miserable than to feel that by some mistake in life you have not amounted to what you might have, and that your misfortunes all hinge on that mistake. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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If you will look into the Science of Spirit you will see that your life is meant to be sustained by the Science of God and not by the science of matter. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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We call metaphysics the Science of Life, because to know pure metaphysics is to renew the life and make death and accident impossible. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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You must be sure that whatever health is brought to mankind it all comes from God. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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That thou seest, that thou beest. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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I do not believe in a mixture of good and evil in the world, or in myself. All is Good. — Emma Curtis Hopkins

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If God is your world, what have you to fear? — Emma Curtis Hopkins