BIBLICAL LANGUAGE - The Master Key To Wisdom | The Master Key To Wisdom
Neville Goddard 09-26-1969 "All are Men in Eternity. Rivers, Mountains, Cities, Villages, All are Human, and when You enter into Their Bosoms, You walk In Heavens and Earths; Just as in Your own Bosom You bear Your Heaven And Earth, and all that You behold, though it appears Without, it is Within, In Your Imagination of which this World of Mortality is but a Shadow." (William Blake's Jerusalem, Plate 71:17) You may ask yourself what Blake is talking about, yet this is the language of the Bible. Biblical language evokes rather than describes. It is telling of another world, another Man and another age; for in truth, all of the places in the Bible are human. In the Book of Revelation, John sees Jerusalem become a woman, descending out of heaven adorned like a bride for her husband. And in the 5th chapter of Micah we are told that Bethlehem is that woman out of which God comes. Listen to the words carefully: "You, O Bethlehem, are so little to be among the thousands of Judah, yet from