THE CONTINUITY OF GOOD

Are we inclined to think that human experience consists of alternating periods of expressing good and of overcoming evil? Are we tempted to believe that just when we begin to feel the continuity of good, then up jumps some claim of evil to be met? Is our progress dependent on the fluctuating circumstances of mortal belief? Or is this progress something which we can have right at our finger tips, so to speak?

Hear the Bible on this subject: "Rejoice evermore. Pray without ceasing. In every thing give thanks" (I Thess. 5: 16-18); "Do all to the glory of God" (I Cor. 10:31). These commands imply that we can enjoy a continuity of love, insight, and inspiration in spite of the frustrating opposition of material sense. Why is this so? Because the grace of God has furnished us the way of Life, which comes to grips scientifically with the problem of evil.

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