The Might of Spirit

There have always been two ways of gaining supremacy open to mankind, the way of prayer and the way of human will. Men of vigor and determination outline a kingdom of heaven, at hand or afar, some hypothetically desirable goal of achievement, and try to take it by force, as did the Herods, the Caiaphases, the Napoleons, and finally fail, because their desires are material; or by prayer, as did Jesus, and win, because their desires are spiritual.

The human instinct is to fight for one's own way and, in the process, lose sight of fundamental values, of that spiritualization of the thoughts and intents of the heart which reveals God.

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