Divine Presence

Christ Jesus' realization of God's presence is without parallel. He dwelt so consciously in the certainty that God was at hand, and available to destroy evil in every form, that in whatever enterprise engaged he was enabled instantly to invoke the divine power. Jesus constantly moved in a certain sense of the divine presence. His consciousness was spiritual truth; he realized—that is, made real—the presence of Truth. He thought spiritually, recognizing God as infinite Spirit and man as God's reflection. This constant consciousness of ever present good accounts for his transcendent demonstration of divine power.

If we are to follow the Nazarene as our Way-shower, is it not incumbent upon us to emulate his example in all his ways? This necessitates conformity to his mental habits in the fullest degree of which we are capable. And let us not forget that our capacity to "do likewise" increases through diligent application to the processes of spiritual unfoldment.

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The Enthronement of Mind
March 17, 1928
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