THE ALL-INCLUSIVENESS OF GOD

"As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness" (Ps. 17:15). A student of Christian Science coming upon this verse in the Bible read it with inspiration as the spiritual import of the message came to her somewhat as follows: As for me, I will behold Thy face in righteousness; and I shall be satisfied, for I shall have, consciously, all I need when I awaken to the truth that I am Thy likeness now. To thus awaken I must first see the fullness and completeness of God's being in order to be able to identify myself with the Divine Being.

This message came to the student when she was faced with the argument of lack on all sides. It was necessary for her to cross the ocean in order to be present at her Christian Science students' association meeting, and many were the obstacles which had presented themselves to prevent her taking this step. But the thought of the all-inclusiveness of Deity, which came to her as she pondered the foregoing verse from Psalms, brought also the firm conviction that the only demonstration which she needed to make was that of her oneness, or unity, with God, infinite good.

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