Know God

Jesus taught the people about God, the unseen God; and to those who received his teaching, he gave the power to become the sons of God. In one of his discourses in the temple he told his hearers how he taught. "I do nothing of myself," he said, "but as my Father hath taught me, I speak these things." Those who accepted the truth began to enter into the kingdom of heaven; and at once became active in helping others to enter.

As we study Jesus' words, we find them pregnant with this one theme: Know God. He thought, talked, cared for, and lived for nothing else than to convey this message to mankind. He knew God; and he consciously dwelt in the kingdom of heaven. So, he spoke with authority. His sayings are more generally understood to-day than when they were first spoken.

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