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Your Faith is Your Fortune Paperback – May 19, 2010
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Neville Goddard was one of the quietly dramatic and supremely influential teachers in the New Thought field for many years...In a simple, yet somehow elegant one-hour lecture, Neville was able to clarify the nature of God and God's relationship to every person. He spoke of God in intimate terms as though he knew god very well, which he did. --Roy Eugene Davis --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Born in Barbados, West Indies, Neville came to the United States to study drama at the age of seventeen. In 1932 he gave up the theater to devote his attention to his studies in mysticism when he began his lecture career in New York City. After traveling throughout the country, he eventually made his home in Los Angeles where, in the late 1950's, he gave a series of talks on television, and for many years, lectured regularly to capacity audiences at the Wilshire Ebell Theater. Although Neville's career peaked in the late 1950's and early 60's, his message continues to find a place in the hearts of spiritual readers throughout the world today. Neville Goddard was one of the more quietly dramatic and supremely influential teachers in the New Thought field for many years. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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First off, this is very much based in the Bible. This was not a bad thing necessarily (for me anyways) but I was just not expecting it and I feel like that put me at a disadvantage in terms of being able to understand the message of his writing because I have very little experience with the Bible. So his references to specific scripture did not help me much. That being said, his references to specific scripture was not a detriment either.
The other thing about this book is that his prose, or manner of writing, is rather lofty and ostentatious which is rather hard for me to understand. Its sort of one of those situations that I'd read a paragraph and then think "Hmm...okay...I wonder what this guys is saying." I suppose my take on it is that I don't have a problem with his message (from what I can understand of it anyways), but I am not crazy about his delivery. I just didn't find his style to be very use-friendly.
For such a slim book, I have not made it very far. I am going to keep trying.