ONENESS

THOSE who honor God do so for one reason or another. Perhaps they honor Him for His goodness, for His immeasurable power, for His ever-presence. We acknowledge God as the one great cause, or creator. The one cause being good, could the effect be other than good? The creator being all-power, could the one created fail to express energy and vitality? There must be a unity, or oneness, between God, the Maker, and that which He makes. He could not make anything foreign to His nature. Such reasoning definitely indicates that there is, there must be, a positive unity, or oneness, existing between God and spiritual man, His offspring.

Furthermore, this unity eternally exists; indeed, the author of the book of Job expresses it when he writes (Job 38:7), "The morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy." What harmony and unity! Absolute oneness of thought and purpose!

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