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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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2014 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 1971, Living by the Word, for the 2014 Study Guide. This is the first 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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2013 Study Guide

The freedom that this book reveals is a state of permanent freedom. It is not the freedom we experience when we recover from some disease, for in that state we always know or expect that some other ailment can afflict us. It is not the freedom from lack that a wonderful new job or large inheritance may bring us, for these also can fail us.

The freedom expressed in this book by Joel S. Goldsmith is a freedom already within us, which is arrived at through the discipline of knowing the truth, the truth about God, man and “the nature of error” and standing firm in these truths. As he says “if we are not abiding in the Word and letting the Word abide in us, all the evils of this world can come near our dwelling place.

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2012 Study Guide

It is the nature of God that we be free. It is the nature of God that we be whole,” Joel S.  Goldsmith exclaims and then goes on to emphasize who “we” are – “The son of God is more than a man who lived two thousand years ago; the son of God is the spirit of God that dwelt in the man Jesus, and that dwells in every man, therefore, the son of God is present in you and me.” Discovering that son of God within us, and then knowing what it means to express that in our world, is the message of this volume, one which is particularly relevant today.

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