"ALL THAT I HAVE IS THINE"

In the fifteenth chapter of Luke's Gospel is Christ Jesus' familiar and well-loved parable of the prodigal son, who wasted his substance in the vain search for selfish happiness. Then when he had suffered sufficiently from the "mighty famine" which had arisen, "he came to himself" and humbly returned to his father, who lovingly received and forgave him.

So every prodigal whose energy has been spent in seeking pleasure and satisfaction from matter must rise to acknowledge a higher source of satisfaction and well-being. Realizing anew through spiritual understanding the blessings awaiting him in his heavenly Father's household, the repentant prodigal is welcomed by Love and assured of his continuing sonship, man's forever status as the image and likeness of God.

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