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Our Thought Adjusters—Part 1: Origin, Nature, Classification, & Divinington

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We begin our study of the Thought Adjusters this week as we celebrate Easter week.  Another pentateuch of Papers, from 107 to 111, we start with consideration of the origin of the Mystery Monitors, our Divine Indwellers--the Father Fragments.  These prepersonal gifts from the Father's sphere will be our primary study these next several weeks.

The eternal Father is at one and the same time farthest removed from, and most intimately associated with, his planetary mortal sons. (1176.1) 107:0.1

The fragment of God which indwells the mind of man is the absolute and unqualified assurance that man can find the Universal Father in association with this divine Adjuster, which came forth from God to find man and sonship him even in the days of the flesh.  (1176.3) 107:0.3

The Adjuster is an absolute essence of an infinite being imprisoned within the mind of a finite creature which, depending on the choosing of such a mortal, can eventually consummate this temporary union of God and man and veritably actualize a new order of being for unending universe service. (1176.6) 107:0.6

They are not created beings; they are fragmentized entities constituting the factual presence of the infinite God. ...the Adjusters are undiluted and unmixed divinity, unqualified and unattenuated parts of Deity; they are of God, and as far as we are able to discern, they are God.  (1177.3) 107:1.2

In their relationship to fusion creatures they reveal a supernal love and spiritual ministry that is profoundly confirmative of the declaration that God is spirit.  (1177.7) 107:1.6 

This is  study of who we are truly becoming and how we shall truly become that in partnership with God.  Call in, let's talk.  


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