"WHERE DWELLEST THOU?"

One of the primary needs of mankind seems to be that of a dwelling place: a shelter from the elements, a center for the affections, a settled and established home. But it is only when the concept of home is lifted out of material sense and seen in its divine sense that one's present dwelling place and environment become more harmonious and beautiful.

After Christ Jesus left the family home in Nazareth to teach and heal the multitudes, his mission took him far afield, and he had no settled dwelling place; but his pure, spiritual consciousness included all the qualities which constitute a true sense of home: love, humility, steadfastness, beauty, order, harmony, and the constant realization of the Father's tender care for all His creation. Therefore Jesus never lacked anything needful in the human sense of existence.

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