Signs of the Times

From an editorial in the Marion Chronicle-Tribune, Indiana

We have doubtless all read of the infidel who wrote the words, "God is no where," and the little girl who came along and changed the arrangement of the letters so they read, "God is now here." Whether God is nowhere to us or is now here, is a matter of personal, subjective experience. God is a spiritual presence and can be realized only in a spiritual way. We cannot go about the matter of realizing His presence with any success by philosophizing about it or by any analytical examination of physical forces. ... Unless as little children we are willing to receive the knowledge of God, we are not apt to become wise unto salvation. ...

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March 23, 1957
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