THE REWARDS OF WORKING FOR GOD

Every individual has an important part to play in contributing to the health, peace, and prosperity of mankind. Christ Jesus set the example for all men. After the Master on the Sabbath day had healed a man who had experienced an infirmity for thirty-eight years, he said to his adversaries (John 5: 17), "My Father worketh hitherto, and I work." Thus Jesus indicated that God is ever active in mankind's behalf and that as God's Son he too must work the works of the Father.

One purpose of our Way-shower was to show mankind how to redeem human consciousness from the effects of false theology. For centuries many Christians have accepted the allegory of Adam and Eve as presenting the true account of the origin of man. Men have accepted the belief that Adam was the first man and was driven out of the garden of Eden for his sins and that man was condemned to earn his bread by the sweat of his face until he returned to dust.

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