God's Treasure Is Yours

If someone said to you, "I know where there is hidden treasure which can easily be unearthed," would you not, having confirmed the facts, go to great lengths to get that treasure, if you knew that when you found it, it would be rightfully yours? And why would you do this? Because it would enable you to have many things you had always wanted, comfort, security, pleasure, for years to come, until the supply of what had been found ran out.

There is a treasure easy to unearth, richer in substance than any ever buried by pirates of old, and promising a supply of good which will grow in usefulness and bring greater and greater peace, joy, and "pleasures for evermore." This treasure is not to be sought in some far-off place, nor is it to be dug up in one's garden. It is a treasure at hand. You do not have to go anywhere in search of it. You may have all you want of this treasure; the price—merely your humble recognition of its existence, your worthiness to receive it, acceptance of its wealth, and joyous gratitude sincerely shown to the Giver. Yes, it is a gift to you.

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Genuine Man
November 11, 1944
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