FOREWORD BY AUTHOR

           He who lives in Truth is not afraid to proclaim the Truth. He is strong, he is full of
    optimism. He looks for the bright side in all things. In the darkest corners he makes the
    sun shine. He walks through life with a smile. He sings the song of joy
    His faith is in the Absolute who lives in and through him. He carries a message of hope
    and courage and loves all life. He gives help where and when it is needed. He helps
    others to help themselves. He is free from fear and worry, always forgiving, always
    tolerant. He is devoid of hate, envy and malice. He radiates love to all the world and
    minds his own business and expects others to do the same. He goes joyfully through
    life, things that drive others to despair and misery leave him in a calm undisturbed state
    of mind. His peace comes from within. He is like the ocean which receives all streams
    and rivers yet the ocean’s mighty calm is unmoved. Those who contact him feel his
    presence and receive encouragement.
           He attracts love and friends; not that he desires them, because he does not
    depend on people and things, but these things come to him as his right. He
    acknowledges the Law and the Law responds. He is at home with all classes of people,
    the rich and the poor are all alike to him. He does not favour one more than the other;
    he is not interested in what they have. All are equally at home with him. He is welcome
    in all homes, and children cling to his hands and coat.
           He loves life and life responds. Sinner and saint are the same to him, he sees the
    good in the sinner and does not look for a weakness in the saint. He knows that he
    himself is not without sin and so he never casts the stone. The outcast recognises him
    as a brother. The woman who has passed through the furnace of life trusts him. He
    gives of his love and wisdom and points the way to happiness.
           He heals the heart and relieves the troubled mind. God never holds His love from
    His most disobedient child, neither does He hold that love of God from his brother or
    sister. He neither pities nor condemns because he knows all are conquerors if they will
    to conquer. He finds joy in his work; he never hurries nor can he be rushed. He knows
    that time does not control him: he is attuned to the eternal.
           He has absolute faith in the absolute power of which he has become aware. He
    knows he is one with all life, and behind him is the power of the universe. He believes in
    the all good. Divine justice is his key to all situations. He is simple, loving and kind. He
    recognises that to attain wisdom one must be humble and when wisdom is mastered
    one must be humbler still. He is the future’s promise of a better world to come.
           You can join in this promise too, open yourself, do not
    resist; receive the true blessing of wisdom and understanding, through your love and
    service to others. Then you will become as He who knows.  


                        Preface        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .4

                                            Foreword        .        .        .        .        .        .        .        .7

                        Part 1:  The Revelation of Truth        .        .        .        .9        
                                            Part 2:  The Fall of Man        .        .        .        .        .43        
                                            Part 3:  The Mission of Moses the Prophet        .        .67        
                                            Part 4:  The Message of Jesus        .        .        .        .93        
                                            An Address (September 1944)        .        .        .        .129

                                            PART 1

                                            THE REVELATION OF TRUTH—
                                            (There is only one Truth).

           “The Truth is Eternal, Birthless and Deathless, forever the same,” but the teaching
    of the Truth is always changing to finer and higher expressions as man unfolds. There
    is a lot of knowledge in the Bible that is hidden from the many; esoteric knowledge, that
    which came through the great Prophets and was revealed to the inner circle of
    disciples. As the race unfolds, so does the Truth unfold to the Race through the
             Moses and Jesus are the two great Prophets in the Bible. The others are not so
    outstanding, though they are all part of the great family of Prophets existing for the
    race. The Truth is hidden in their words and past explanations, and even now is
    understood only by those who can receive the Truth, for the Truth reveals more and
    more of itself. It is a continuous unfoldment, continually revealing greater and greater
    splendours of Truth. The more Truth unfolds in us, the more Truth is revealed to us.
           When we feel ourselves one with the Eternal Truth, when we become aware of it,
    the mind becomes steady and unwavering. This state of consciousness is the
    awareness of our “Being.”
           Truth must become subjective as well as objective before it means anything to us.
    There is a subjective activity set up when the Truth is revealed to the consciousness
    and when consciousness becomes aware of itself.