Unity’s 5 Basic Principles

Unity’s 5 Basic Principles

Rev. Elsie Huebner

Elsie Huebner, Spiritual Leader

This series of Sunday messages, based on Unity’s 5 Basic Principles, was presented by Elsie Huebner, Spiritual Leader, Unity Community Church, in 2018. You can listen online or download the files to take with you.

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Unity’s Second Basic Principle

This is the second in a series of talks about Unity’s 5 Basic Principles by Elsie Huebner, Spiritual Leader of Unity Community Church in Dunedin, Florida.

Second Basic Principle: God is Spirit. Human beings have a spark of divinity within them, the Christ spirit within. Their very essence is of God, and therefore they are inherently good also. God is neither male nor female, but is Spirit and resides in everything (people, animals, trees, soil, and even the air we breathe). God is present in all people, not just some. Jesus Christ obtained the fullest expression of God. He is the example, not the exception.

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Unity’s Third Basic Principle

This is the third in a series of talks about Unity’s 5 Basic Principles by Elsie Huebner, Spiritual Leader of Unity Community Church in Dunedin, Florida.

Third Basic Principle: Thought dictates action. Human beings create their experiences by the activity of their thinking. Everything in the manifest realm has its beginning in thought.

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Unity’s Fourth Basic Principle

This is the fourth in a series of talks about Unity’s 5 Basic Principles by Elsie Huebner, Spiritual Leader of Unity Community Church in Dunedin, Florida.

Fourth Basic Principle: Prayer is a direct link to God. Prayer is creative thinking that heightens the connection with God-Mind and therefore brings forth wisdom, healing, prosperity and everything good.

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Unity’s Fifth Basic Principle

This is the fifth in a series of talks about Unity’s 5 Basic Principles by Elsie Huebner, Spiritual Leader of Unity Community Church in Dunedin, Florida.

Fifth Basic Principle: Daily practice. Knowing and understanding the laws of life — also called the Truth — are not enough. A person must also live the truth that he or she knows.

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