UTILIZING LOVE'S OMNIPOTENCE

When in his first epistle John voiced the great truth that the terms "Love" and "God" are synonymous, he was sharing with humanity a knowledge of God entirely in accord with the demonstrable teachings of the great Master, Christ Jesus. John implied by his statement that the nature of God is lovable, loving, beautiful, spiritual, satisfying, fatherly, motherly—wholly good.

The beloved disciple did not deal merely with abstractions when denominating God as Love, but also showed mankind how to become conscious of God as Love—how to avail themselves of the loving, infinite power which heals the sick and reforms the sinner. He stated (I John 4:12): "No man hath seen God at any time. If we love one another, God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us."

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