The perfect man judges not after appearances; he judges righteously. He sees himself and others, as he desires himself and them to be.
He hears what he wants to hear.
He sees and hears only the good.
He knows the truth, and the truth sets him free and leads him to good. The truth shall set all mankind free. This is our spiritual revival.
Character is largely the result of the direction and persistence of voluntary attention.
BE WHAT YOU WISH; BE WHAT YOU BELIEVE
Radio Lecture #01 - Neville Station KECA, L.A. 07/1951
THE RADIO LECTURES
Provided by Jan McKee