Series of Booklets on the Sevenfold Nature of God
These booklets are based on talks given by Peggy Brook which were prompted by the desire to share not so much a study of the synonymous terms for God as given in the Christian Science textbook, but rather what this divine nature feels like when it lives itself in our human experience. Hence the series starts with Love.
God’s Nature as Love (No. 1)
The warmth, the tenderness, and the all-encompassing nature of Love are unfolded in an ordered way with the background of the 23rd Psalm.
God’s Nature as Truth (No. 2)
The dynamic, rocklike, and irresistible nature of Truth is presented with the background of the Song of Moses in Deuteronomy.
God’s Nature as Life (No. 3)
The abundant, limitless, and purely spiritual nature of Life as the inspiration and essence of all being is expressed with the background of the Lord’s Prayer as a living example of the fatherhood of God.
God’s Nature as Principle (No. 4)
The purely scientific nature of divine Principle is set forth in its operation as spiritual law, order, rule. system, method, form, and design. Psalm 46 is the background of this presentation.
God’s Nature as Soul (No. 5)
Soul as the one spiritual identity of man and the universe is described in its beauty, tangibility, and definiteness. This booklet also touches upon the truth about the five physical senses. Its background is the Magnificat from the Gospel of Luke.
God’s Nature as Spirit (No. 6)
The naturalness of accepting Spirit as the fundamental substance and nature of the universe is put forward. This booklet takes as its background seven clear and dynamic statements of Jesus about the allness of Spirit, recorded in the Gospel of John.
God’s Nature as Mind (No. 7)
Against the background of the seven days of creation in Genesis this booklet considers Mind as “the primal intelligence that lies behind the whole universe and which manifests itself in ideas that are the ‘power units’ of being”.
(These booklets range from 40-60 pages)