By Yeap Eng Hooi
It is perfectly logical to assume that a wise and competent
Creator would provide for the needs of His creatures in their
various stages of growth. The supply would be given as required
and as the necessary effort for its appropriation was made by
the creature. Temporal needs would be met by temporal things,
mental needs by things of like character, and spiritual needs by
spiritual elements. For simplification of distribution all would be
composed of one primal spiritual substance, which under proper
direction could be transformed into all products at the will of the
operator. This is a crude yet true illustration of the underlying
principles on which the human family is supplied on this earth.
The Father has provided a universal seed substance that
responds with magical power to the active mind of man. Faith in
the increasing capacity of this seed substance, whether wrapped
in visible husks or latent in invisible electrical units, always
rewards man with the fruits of his labor.
The farmer may seem to get his supply from the seeds he
plants, but he would never plant a seed unless he had faith in its
innate capacity to increase, and that seed would never multiply
without the quickening life of Spirit. Thus we see that all
increase of substance depends on the quickening life of Spirit,
and this fact gives us the key to mental processes that when
used spiritually will greatly increase and at the same time
simplify our appropriation of that inexhaustible substance which
creative Mind has so generously provided.
In the following lessons we have attempted to explain
man's lawful appropriation of the supplies spiritually and
electrically provided by God. When we understand and adjust
our mind to the realm or kingdom where these rich ideas and
their electrical thought forms exist we shall experience in our
temporal affairs what is called "prosperity."