God's Omnipresence

When Moses felt afraid to undertake the work God had given him to do, because he recognized his own inadequacy, he asked God whom He would send with him to help him. Then God said to him, "My presence shall go with thee, and I will give thee rest." This most wonderful promise which God made to Moses all men must eventually prove belongs equally to them. Every one must finally demonstrate that the fact of God's omnipresence is the solution of every human difficulty. Therein is the all-inclusive good which must be proved to be the annulment of every claim of evil.

The Christian Scientist accepts fully, at least from a theoretical standpoint, that since God is omnipresence there can be no other presence. He must, however, prove this true, since the suppositions of a mind and an existence in matter apart from God are constantly denying God's presence by claiming to argue for something exactly opposite to Him. In spite of this, however, God's presence continues to be infinite and all, and there is never a time when we cannot realize this presence and the power which goes with it.

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