REALITY IS IN GOD

"Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else." When the prophet Isaiah, as a spokesman for the divine creator, wrote that statement, repeated in varying phrase in the forty-fifth chapter of his book in the Bible, his last eight words encompassed total reality. His first thirteen words embraced his perception of the total requirement for individual living in the consciousness of reality.

God is all there is. There is nought else. He is infinite Mind, Spirit, Love, intelligence. He includes all the ideas by which He expresses Himself, every manifestation of Himself which collectively constitutes the universe He creates. These ideas derive their eternal existence from God, who conceives them. Individualized, they constitute the man God made. This man, the only man who exists, looks, as Isaiah phrases it, unto God. From God he receives his life and by him God makes Himself manifest.

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