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2019 Study Guide

“Joel Goldsmith describes the many ways that if followed, will lead to the kingdom of heaven within each of us. Among these are meditation — which is the actual contact with the spirit within — the discipline of body and mind, the purpose of prayer, forgiveness, the one Self and the impersonalization of good and evil. These are but a few of the clear instructions that are presented in this book.” (The 1977 Letters)

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2018 Study Guide

“One of the most important principles of the Infinite Way is that God constitutes individual being. This means that God constitutes your being and mine. God manifests as our life, mind, spirit, and soul. Even our body is the temple of God. This is the spiritual truth about every one of us.” (The 1976 Letters)

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2017 Study Guide

“The most advanced step in the message of the Infinite Way is not to meet a problem on the level of the problem. Such a step can be imparted only by a person who has caught its significance. At that stage, the Infinite Way student is at the highest mystical point, having lost all interest in changing negative or bad humanhood into good humanhood. He is interested in one thing only: the reign of God on earth. That is all. He is concerned only with the realization that God’s kingdom is on earth, as it is in heaven.” (The 1975 Letters)

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2016 Study Guide

Joel Goldsmith says, “In the very moment that we have decided not to judge by appearances, we have set something within us in the direction of the development of the Soul-faculty of spiritual discernment. We have established an agreement within ourselves that what we see, hear, taste, touch and smell has nothing to do with a person as he is, and we have agreed within ourselves that we cannot judge him by any of the human standards of the five physical senses. Therefore we must wait on God; must wait for spiritual discernment to reveal him to us as he is.” (The 1974 Letters)

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2015 Study Guide

Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain. Psalm 127:1

The trustees of the Valor Foundation have chosen the Infinite Way Letters of 1973, Seek Ye First, for the 2015 Study Guide. This is the third of the 11 book series based upon The 1971-1981 Infinite Way Letters by Joel S. Goldsmith. They are fine-quality soft cover books which include Scriptural References and Notes, as well as a listing of the tape recorded classes corresponding to each chapter of the book. In this way students can work with the audio of the classes along with each monthly letter. The Valor Website also provides suggestions for using Lorraine’s class work with each month’s study.

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