Thomas Jefferson – “There is no truth existing which I fear, or would wish unknown to the whole world.”
When men are willing to become intelligent in regard to being co-creators with God because they have invested faith, practice and means in it, The One that lives in all things will help them to understand, and they will be steadfast in their knowing; but when they have merely a theory, a shallow belief they cannot explain, a sudden enticement will cause them to drift away with the current bearing toward mass mind. . . .
Our minds must be prepared to stand every test, and to resist every temptation, whether from without or from within. Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha often says to us, “I don’t want to know what you believe; I want to know what you know…”
We must know what that we know and how we know as we do, why we are here to help balance, and restore harmony. The truth must keep vigilant watch in our hearts, ready to sound an alarm, and summon us to action to stand up for what we are for. The powers of opposition will open upon us; and all who are indifferent and careless, who have set their affections on their false evidences, and who have not cared to seek the still small voice from within, will be ready victims. No power but knowledge of the truth will ever make us committed; for it is always the truth that will set you free.