"GO FORTH, AND STAND UPON THE MOUNT"

If we have experienced many healings and other proofs of God's omnipotence and omnipresence and then seem to become mesmerized by mortal mind's lurid pictures of hate, war, lack, malice, destruction, and disaster, so that we find ourselves deep in a cave of despondency and despair, it is very helpful to read of the trials and victories of Elijah, as given in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth chapters of I Kings. Like Elijah, we may then waken and hear the voice of omnipotence saying (19:9, 11): "What doest thou here? ... Go forth, and stand upon the mount before the Lord."

In reading of Elijah's experiences we see that he was a great metaphysician and had a clear sense of spiritual reality. He realized the power and presence of God to meet every human need; he heard the voice of God and obeyed; he was spontaneous, inspirational, and expressed the divine Mind in a clear spiritual manner, proving the presence of divine power in many instances.

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