Embedded in the human consciousness is a desire to...

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Embedded in the human consciousness is a desire to know God. This desire may become active through Christianization, which turns men naturally to God; or, it may be that trials and sorrows cause men to seek the spiritual. Whatever the means which leades to spiritual awakening, the salvation of all mankind from sin, disease, and death is the ultimate outcome.

Moses, slow of speech and hesitatingly obeying the voice of God which spoke from the burning bush, was inspired by the revelation of divine power to lead a nation out of bondage into a spiritual worship of Deity. Job, although a righteous man, when prompted to seek divine help in time of great stress could only cry, "Oh that I knew where I might find him!" However, the spirit of patience which Job expressed was rewarded, for he saw the nature of God—in other words, spiritually understood Him to be forever near.

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