LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE

"Ye are the light of the world." These words of Christ Jesus' are familiar to all who have studied the Sermon on the Mount as it is given to us in the fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of the Gospel of Matthew.

Jesus was speaking to his disciples, and in their hearts glowed the spark of receptivity which caused them to respond to his words. Jesus manifestly was not referring to the human, fallible nature of the men who were gathered there before him when he said, "Ye are the light of the world," but rather to their spiritual selfhood, the Christ-idea, pure and perfect. Their growing recognition of this selfhood was to enable them to receive more and more enlightenment and inspiration and to know that great light of spiritual Truth.

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