GOD IS IMPARTIAL

Christ Jesus once spent three days upon a mountain with his disciples and healed the multitudes which came to him. He demonstrated the scientific facts that God's image and likeness, man, has all things and that when humanity turns understandingly to the Father, it receives the good which God is always bestowing.

That the multitude of more than four thousand were fed, in spite of human arguments that this was impossible, is told us in the fifteenth chapter of Matthew. Besides the ever-presence of God's unlimited supply we can learn a further lesson from this event: that His impartial care for all His children is omnipresent. When the Master indicated that he could do more than heal the physical ills of the multitude, the disciples were openly skeptical. It was apparently beyond their ability at that time to understand how so many could be fed in a desert place.

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