COMMUNING WITH GOD HEALS

True communion is a spiritual experience. God is divine Mind; therefore we cannot communicate with Him through the medium of matter. Dwelling on the things of Spirit—harmony, holiness, and love—we commune with God, and this communion is prayer. Spiritual communion is attained only when thought is lifted above materiality, through spiritual sense, to the consciousness of God's allness. Reaching out to our heavenly Father in holy, consecrated thought, we become aware of His presence. Only as we express the qualities of God in daily living do we prove the sincerity of our communion.

Christ Jesus, our Way-shower, established no material rituals through which one may worship God. Jesus went up on a mountain alone in order to commune with Spirit. He knew that the divine Principle, Life, is Love, and he taught his followers by precept and example that as one lives each day, expressing holiness in good deeds, he proves man's conscious oneness with Deity as God's reflection.

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