Infinite Way Writings

Weekly Passage - for week of 3/3/19

"Until one overcomes good humanhood, he cannot enter Christ-hood because Christhood is a recognition of the truth: "There is none good but one, that is, God." No one has entirely overcome humanhood during his earth span -- not even the Master. In the Garden of Gethsemane, the Master still wanted to have the cup pass from him; he still wanted his disciples to pray for him. That is humanhood. In Christhood, we do not need anyone to stay awake with us or pray for us because we do not have any cups to pass from us. As long as there is a trace of humanhood about us, we are going to find occasion for someone to pray for us, and we are going to be praying for certain cups to pass from our experience."

-- from Joel Goldsmith's "Living Between Two Worlds"
Chapter 8 - The Way to Fulfillment: Right Identification

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