A LARGER SENSE OF GOD

In their search for God many echo Job's plea (23:3), "Oh that I knew where I might find him! that I might come even to his seat!" Strange and varied concepts of Deity have been formed which have failed to satisfy the inner longing for God. One's concept of creation, the universe and man, depends on one's concept of God. The broader and more correct the concept of God, the less narrow and stereotyped is one's human sense of life and the universe.

The primal necessity, then, in a search for God is the enlargement of one's concept of Deity. One must find an ever-increasing understanding of infinity and know God as divine and unlimited Life, as inescapable Truth, as tender and all-encompassing Love.

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