Man's Identity

Spirit alone is that which identifies man. In his conscious oneness with and exemplification of God, man fulfills the purpose for which he exists, to bear witness to the nature and infinite manifestation of the one divine cause.

As men come to see themselves no longer as mortal, no longer as representatives of that which decays and dies, but as the representatives of that which is spiritual and eternal, the arguments of false identification which impose their penalties of disability and disease, of limitation and failure, will cease to operate. "Call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven," said Christ Jesus.

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