Audience with the Divine

WHAT kind of man is it that may gain immediate audience with a king? Can a disloyal subject gain such a hearing, or a lawbreaker, or one who is known to be opposed to the sovereignty of that king? Indeed, no! Disloyalty could not gain private audience with a royal personage. In order to obtain such audience an individual would need to be known as loyal to the ruler.

So in seeking God, "the King eternal, immortal, invisible," we find that obedience and fidelity to the omnipotence of God, in word and deed, usher human thought into the realization of His ever-presence. Constantly to affirm the power of good, and deny that any other power exists or operates, is necessary. In this way thought is admitted into the realm of good, the presence of God. Thus we may commune with God, Spirit, hear His commands, listen to His voice, acknowledge His power, and receive His blessings.

Listening and Following
November 9, 1935

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