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A GIFT FOR YOU! – 40 Days to Abundance!

Enjoy having a CSL Staff Minister guiding your abundance practice each day for 40 days!

Paired with the “Abundance Book” by John Randolph Price, the staff ministers have recorded ten statements of principle, as well as a daily spiritual practice and closing prayer for you to listen to and repeat four times to make a 40 day practice. 

Access your 10 Audio links and practice details by clicking the links below:

The steps you will take are:

  1.  Establish a specific date to start your program, such as the beginning of a particular week.  Count out 40 days on your calendar and mark the completion date.
  2. There are ten MP3 recordings, one for each day.  Listen to one reading per day.  You will go through the entire list four times during the 40 day period.
  3. After listening to the daily recording, either upon arising or before going to bed in the evening, mediate on it for at least 15 minutes.  Focus on each idea in the reading with great thoughtfulness and feeling, letting the ideas fill your consciousness.

Share your supply by giving on a regular basis while you are working on this 40 day plan.  Giving produces results if it is done with love and joy because the Law will shower you with a pressed down and multiplied return.  If you give as a mechanical or calculated method, to unload guilt, or to play a bartering game with the Law, no one benefits not even the receiver.  Give with love, joy, and a sense of fun!

Feel free to download and save these mp3 recordings for use anytime. 

Principle 1 – Rev. Debora Gay

Principle 2 – Rev. John Halas

Principle 3 – Rev. Sharon Ramey

Principle 4 – Rev. Harold Costa

Principle 5 – Rev. Bob Calkins

Principle 6-Rev.JohnHalas

Principle 7 – Rev. Barbara Novak

Principle 8 – Rev. Collin King

Principle 9 – Rev. Debora Gay

Principle 10 – Rev. Barbara Novak


Contact: if you have questions about these recordings.


We appreciate you.


We can no more do without spirituality than we can do without food, shelter, or clothing.

Ernest Holmes