Elevating from Telling the Truth to BEING the TRUTH

Event details

  • Sunday | July 21, 2019
  • 10:30 am - 11:30 am
  • 1313 York Road Lutherville, Maryland 21093

Elevating from Telling the Truth to BEING the TRUTH

Monthly Theme: Advocate for Freedom of Thought

Dr. Roni Ellington, RScP





July 21, 2019

Elevating from Telling the Truth to BEING the TRUTH:

A Systemic Process to Elevating Your Consciousness

Monthly Theme: Creativity/Freedom/Choice

All spiritual practice starts with truth. A key question to ask ourselves as we engage in spiritual practice is what do we really mean by “the truth”? Is it the same as “honesty”? Is there is a difference, what is it? In science of mind, we know that truth will set you free from bondage and THE ONE TRUTH that GOD is all there is, we are all ONE and that EVERYTHING is truly in DIVINE ORDER. Yet there are times in our lives where our personal “truth” is out of alignment with DIVINE truth. How do you address this conflict without simply doing a spiritual bypass or do a spiritual mind treatment that doesn’t address where you truly are? In this sermon, I will walk you through a systematic process of authentically declaring the truth of where you are in any situation, what it really means to be honest about where you are without “stepping over” or “indulging” in dis-empowering beliefs, declaring the DIVINE truth that is always in operation, and authentically embodying that truth that will allow you to truly live in YOUR DIVINE TRUTH in any situation and be FREE.

Science of Mind Point of View

“The Divine Plan is one of Freedom; bondage is not God ordained. Freedom is the birthright of every living soul. All instinctively feel this. The Truth points to freedom, under Law. Thus, the inherent nature of man is forever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom.” Science of Mind Textbook, p. 25

Call to Action

Always tell the truth, stand up for what you believe in, and remember to include everyone. This is a little thing that makes a big difference. A quote that I read in a restaurant said, “You may not think you make a difference to anyone else in this world, but to someone you may make a world of difference.”
As Ernest Holmes says, “Freedom is the birthright of every living soul.”
Let’s start living that way.


“I choose to live a kind and compassionate life, honoring all living beings and the planet that sustains them.”

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