The Way of Freedom

A glance in retrospect reveals to us how much good has come to us from our loving Father, and how much sorrow has come to us through our ignorance of God, our waywardness or weakness. Thus past experiences have taught us the imperative need of finding safety and happiness by dwelling in "the secret place of the most High;" for here we find the gifts of heaven's treasury free to all who are faithful and true. God's will for His every child is all that makes for happiness, success, abundance, health, dominion, perfection.

Recognizing our spiritual sonship each of us may say with Jesus, "All things that the Father hath are mine;" and this means just what it says, for all God's children are "jointheirs with Christ." How vital, therefore, that we stop limiting God and robbing ourselves! Instead, we must actively and intelligently claim our divine right to good; then, in proportion to our understanding and sincerity, we shall find good becoming increasingly apparent in our daily life.

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