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You respond to what you perceive, and as you perceive so shall you behave. The Golden Rule asks you to do unto others as you would have them do unto you. This means that the perception of both must be accurate. The Golden Rule is the rule for appropriate behavior. You cannot behave appropriately unless you perceive correctly. Since you and your neighbor are equal members of one family, as you perceive both so you will do to both. You should look out from the perception of your own holiness to the holiness of others.


Matthew 5 (verse 17-48) and Matthew 6 (verse 1 - 21)
lesson 76 I am under no laws but God’s

Matthew 6 (verse 25-34)
lesson 50 I am sustained by the Love of God

Matthew 7 (verse 1-28)
Lesson 131 No one can fail who seeks to reach the truth

How does Jesus bring you from the Old Testament’s “do not” behaviors to the crucial importance of what it is you do in your mind?
What is the golden rule?
How is your perception corrected?
What are Jesus’ commandments to you?

Write down for yourself all the things that to you seemed to offer salvation?
What arethe laws that you have to obey subsequently?
Discern the laws of God from the reading of Matthew and your workbooklesson.

Explain why salvation is a matter of mindfulness!

I am the Way, the Truth and the Life


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