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It is written in the Book of Job, “Thou shalt decree a thing, and it shall be established unto thee: and the light shall shine upon thy ways.”<ref>Job 22:28.</ref> The decree is the most powerful of all applications to the Godhead. It is the “Command ye me” of Isaiah 45:11, the original command to Light, which, as the “Lux fiat,” is the birthright of the sons and daughters of God. It is the authoritative Word of God spoken in man by the name of the I AM Presence and the living Christ to bring about constructive change on earth through the will of God and his consciousness come, on earth as it is in heaven—in manifestation here below as Above.  
 
It is written in the Book of Job, “Thou shalt decree a thing, and it shall be established unto thee: and the light shall shine upon thy ways.”<ref>Job 22:28.</ref> The decree is the most powerful of all applications to the Godhead. It is the “Command ye me” of Isaiah 45:11, the original command to Light, which, as the “Lux fiat,” is the birthright of the sons and daughters of God. It is the authoritative Word of God spoken in man by the name of the I AM Presence and the living Christ to bring about constructive change on earth through the will of God and his consciousness come, on earth as it is in heaven—in manifestation here below as Above.  
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The '''dynamic decree''' offered as praise and petition to the LORD God in the science of the [[spoken Word]] is the “effectual fervent prayer of the righteous”<ref>James 5:16.</ref> that availeth much. The dynamic decree is the means whereby the supplicant identifies with the Word of God, even the original fiat of the Creator “Let there be light: and there was light.”<ref>Gen. 1:3.</ref>  
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The '''dynamic decree''' offered as praise and petition to the L<small>ORD</small> God in the science of the [[spoken Word]] is the “effectual fervent prayer of the righteous”<ref>James 5:16.</ref> that availeth much. The dynamic decree is the means whereby the supplicant identifies with the Word of God, even the original fiat of the Creator “Let there be light: and there was light.”<ref>Gen. 1:3.</ref>  
    
Through the dynamic decree spoken with joy and love, faith and hope in God’s covenants fulfilled, the supplicant receives the engrafting of the Word<ref>James 1:21.</ref> and experiences the transmutation by the sacred fire of the Holy Spirit, the “trial by fire”<ref>I Cor. 3:13–15; I Pet. 1:7.</ref> whereby all sin, disease, and death are consumed, yet the righteous soul is preserved.  
 
Through the dynamic decree spoken with joy and love, faith and hope in God’s covenants fulfilled, the supplicant receives the engrafting of the Word<ref>James 1:21.</ref> and experiences the transmutation by the sacred fire of the Holy Spirit, the “trial by fire”<ref>I Cor. 3:13–15; I Pet. 1:7.</ref> whereby all sin, disease, and death are consumed, yet the righteous soul is preserved.  

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