Neville Goddard God’s Law || EP 579

Neville Goddard

God’s Law

April 9 1965

Tonight you’ll find it a very practical night and, at the same time, a spiritual night. We’ll call it “God’s Law.” Paul said, “Be not deceived; God is not mocked, for whatever a man sows, so shall he also reap” (Gal. 6:7). Here we find the principle of the identical harvest: Whatever you sow, that you reap. “See yonder fields? The sesamum was sesamum, the corn was corn. The silence and the darkness knew. So is a man’s fate born” (Light of Asia). So we are told in the very 1stt chapter of Genesis, “Let the earth put forth vegetation, plants yielding seed, and fruit trees bearing fruit in which is their seed, each after its own kind” (verse 11).

Then we are told in the same Book in the 8th chapter that “As long as the earth endures, seed time and harvest shall not cease” (verse 22). So everything that is happening to us, but everything, good, bad and indifferent, is happening because some imaginal act brought it into being. Now you may think, well now, this is a horrible thing. I, in my ignorance, imagined so many unlovely things. Must I live with it? I planted it. If this is a law and it endures forever, I can’t deny if this is God’s law that whatever is taking place now in my world, I brought it into being because I imagined it at some moment in time; a moment, if it is unpleasant, when I was ignorant of God’s law. Nevertheless, he is no respecter of persons and here I am living with horrible fruit, where I in my ignorance planted it. But we need not despair. There is a still greater law than that, a much greater law! And the law is, as we are told, “With the pure, thou showest thyself pure; with the crooked, thou showest thyself perverse.” That confirms that law, that the universe is only infinite response; so, what I think him to be that he will be to me.

But in the 130th Psalm, you will find something far more profound than this. Here the Psalmist makes the statement that if you would mark the iniquities, who could stand? “If thou, O Lord, mark the iniquities, who could stand? But there is forgiveness with thee” (verses 3, 4). So you need not ask anyone in this world why he did what he did to bring about the conditions that now he doesn’t want in the world. Don’t analyze it; don’t dig as to why he did it. He could have done it deliberately; he could have done it in ignorance.

But here is a law that transcends this law of planting and reaping: It is the law of forgiveness. Forgiveness is simply revision, or you may call it repentance. But the Bible speaks of it as repentance, and speaks of it as forgiveness. You come upon a scene…alright, you don’t like the scene, and it’s factual, no question about it, and you know that someone somewhere brought it into being by first imagining a scene of that nature because it couldn’t come into being unassisted by an imaginal act. So it is brought into being by an imaginal act. Well, forget it. Don’t condemn her, don’t condemn him; just now do something about it, and do it now.

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