The Man of Possibilities

LOOKING out over the material world today we are confronted with what seems to be a sea of impossibilities. We see a world of depression, fear, loss, discouragement, disappointment, sin, disease, death, accidents, evil purposes and conflicting motives, birth, growth, maturity, decay—mortals striving with one another, and searching vainly for health, happiness, and security in matter.

This is not God's world. It is not our world. The world of impossibilities belongs to no one. Just as the experiences we have in dreams seem real, and seem to belong to the characters in the dream, so this material sense seems to be a world, and to belong to the personalities presented therein. But is it real, after all?

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