At the Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles, you will hear relevant messages, by Rev. Pam MacGregor, that you can apply to everyday life.
In his wisdom, Ernest Homes neutrally referred to the Bible as “The Grand Old Book,” saying this of it:
“We shall approach our study [of the Bible] with the idea in mind that we are working out a philosophy of life which deals with man’s relationship to Spirit. No attempt will be made to explain all the intricate sayings of the Bible, but rather to analyze those passages which have a direct meaning and significance in everyday living.” And that is precisely what we will be doing throughout the month of June when our theme will be, “The Wisdom of the Grand Old Book.”
The topic on June 5, 2016, was The Parable of the Prodigal Son—Is It Still Relevant 2,000 Years Later? The metaphysical lesson of this parable is something each of us faces many times throughout any given day: “Should I choose this, or that?” Have you considered the basis for your choice-making? Is it like the younger son who went to the “far country,” separate from Source? Or like the son who remained at “home” in a consciousness of oneness with Source?