By Ralph Waldo Trine
This e-book is a facsimile reprint and should comprise imperfections equivalent to marks, notations, marginalia and fallacious pages.
Read or Download The Greatest Thing Ever Known PDF
Similar literary books
Introduces readers to comedian and tragic masterpieces spanning a hundred and fifty years of Yiddish drama.
The culture of the German novel, prior to the emergence of its 'classic' writers within the first half the 20th century (Thomas Mann, Kafka, Hesse, Musil), doesn't have an guaranteed position within the canon of eu literature. no longer that it has sought after for lively advocates; yet, regardless of all efforts, it has remained firmly at the outer edge.
Coffman's writing is deft, able, and evocative. -Publishers Weekly he will aid a girl in want, regardless of the place she got here from. .. Alysandir Mackinnon principles his extended family with a good yet iron fist. He has no time for softness or, as he sees it, weak point. but if he encounters a bewitching younger attractiveness who may well or will not be a perilous secret agent, yet is definitely in mortal possibility, he is forced to aid.
- Jude the Obscure - 5 Upper Intermediate B/E (Penguin Readers: Level 5 Series) (Spanish Edition)
- The Literary Background of Punjabi Baran Mah
- Painters in a New Land
- England and the French Revolution
- John Stuart Mill
Extra resources for The Greatest Thing Ever Known
That this was the one great Truth in which He continually lived, that it was the secret of His unusual insight and power, and that it was also the great Truth that He came to bring to the world, He distinctly tells us. That it was not only what He proclaimed He came to teach, but also what He distinctly taught, we have likewise found. We have found also that the ripest life thought of the philosopher Fichte—he whose spiritual vision was so fully unfolded as to enable him to give to the world such a remarkable blending of the intellectual and the spiritual in his philosophy—was almost if not identically the same in reference to this great Truth, as was also his thought in regard to the life and the power as well as the mission of Jesus.
It is the highway upon which many will enter that will by easy stages take them into the realisation of the highest life that can be attained to. To set one’s face in the right direction, and then simply to travel on, will in time bring one into the realisation of the highest life that can be even conceived of—it is the secret of all attainment.
With Jesus we realise—Of myself I can do nothing, it is the Father within me that doeth His work. In ourselves we are and can do nothing; in God we can do all things. We never can be in the condition—in God—until through this higher realisation God becomes a conscious, living reality in our lives. Faithfulness to this simple method will bring about a complete change in great numbers of lives. Each one for themselves can test its efﬁcacy in a very short time. It is the highway upon which many will enter that will by easy stages take them into the realisation of the highest life that can be attained to.