"TO THEE WILL I GIVE IT"

The Bible abounds in the richness of God's promises to mankind. God is constantly pouring out more than we are prepared to receive. Abram, who later was called Abraham, had this promise from God (Gen. 13:15): "All the land which thou seest, to thee will I give it." This promise holds as much for us today as it did then. As we gain a clearer understanding of the realm of Spirit, of God and of man's relationship to Him, and as we utilize these truths, we have dominion over false beliefs of lack.

The scope of our spiritual understanding may well be likened to "the land which thou seest," for the more we understand, the more we perceive of the infinite abundance which God is giving and to which man is heir. Abraham knew the advantages of building on a firm foundation of spiritual understanding, for we are told in Hebrews (11: 10), "He looked for a city which hath foundations, whose builder and maker is God."

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