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My Own Shall Come to Me

My Own Shall Come to Me

From far and near my own shall come to me. Even now it is coming to me, and I receive it.
My Own is now manifesting itself to me, and I see and know its presence. My Own shall know and respond to me.
The drawing power of that inner Spirit within me is now attracting and drawing into my experience all that is good and perfect. There is nothing within me to hinder nor to delay it.
My Own cannot be kept from me, neither can I keep my good away from me. I receive it now.
I now receive my good.
MY OWN SHALL FIND ME.
My Own shall find me; no matter where I go, it will follow and claim me.
I cannot hide myself from my Own.
My Own shall come to me, even though I deny it; for there is nothing in me that can hinder it from entering and taking possession of my Soul.
My Own is now expressed.

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