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FINDING GOD, GOOD
"He that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?" (I John 4:20). This imposing question might well startle one into an awakened desire to love his brother more in order to learn how to love God.
We all need to understand just where and how to find God. Who does not wish to do this and to know without any doubt that God is always right where we are? The Bible assures us (Jer. 29:13), "Ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart."
God is the creator of the universe and man. Since His creation is already perfect, complete, and good, there is no place for imperfection. God, the Father-Mother, continuously provides His children with all good, for He has only good to give. God's expression of Himself can never be separated from Him. All good is man's supply, and divine Mind is constantly unfolding good ideas to him. Conscious awareness of man's oneness, or unity, with God enables one to become the beneficiary of the good that God imparts.
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"YE ARE ABLE"
GORDON V. COMER
TENDING "THE FLAME OF DEVOTION"
EVELYNNE B. SMITH
INDIVIDUAL GROWTH AND THE CHURCH MEMBER
ROBERT DOLLING WELLS
"INCLINE YOUR EAR"
JOYFUL SACRIFICE OPENS GATEWAYS TO FREEDOM
CHARLES HENRY GABRIEL
Florence Elizabeth White
FINDING GOD, GOOD
BEVERLY BOND FROST
GOD, THE FATHER OF LIBERTY
John J. Selover
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 231 - Learning How to Forgive
Irvin W. Elwell
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As a small boy I played with...
James G. MacDermid
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Lucylle A. White
For years I have been blessed by...
L. Marie Betchtel
"I love Thy way of freedom,...
Patricia M. Francis
I am becoming more and more...
With this testimony I wish to...
In Matthew we read (28:20),...
Eugenia Nella Broussard
In humble gratitude for the...
Gladys Brownfield Taylor
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