Janet Taylor Spence quotes

  • I believe in the forgiveness of sin and the redemption of ignorance.

  • Anger dwells only in the bosom of fools.

  • Stay in the Word. The moment you start letting go of that, you're on the road to compromise. Stay grounded, remain pure, keep your eyes fixed on Jesus.

  • What if you let go of every bit of control and every urge that you have, right down to the most infinitesimal urge to control anything, anywhere, including anything that may be happening with you at this moment? If you were able to give up control absolutely, totally, and completely, then you would be a spiritually free being.

  • The mind wants to land, to fixate, to hold a concept, but the only way you can be really free is by not fixating. That's part of true maturity, and it's one of the hardest things for spiritual people who have had true and powerful revelations to go through - to accept the degree of surrender needed to literally let go of all experience and all self-reference. Even in great revelations, there is almost always something that wants to claim, "I am this." Every time you claim, "I am this", you just claimed another sense perception, thought, emotion, or feeling.

  • The unknown, our own true nature, has the capacity to wake itself up when you start to fall in love with letting go of all the mental structures you hold onto. Contemplate this: there is no such thing as a true belief.

  • When you let go of the egoic self what you're getting in exchange is the whole universe.

  • It is safe to assert that no government proper ever had a provision in its organic law for its own termination.

  • He that is hard to please, may get nothing in the end.

  • Paying tax should be framed as a glorious civic duty worthy of gratitude - not a punishment for making money.

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