Insistence upon Good Brings Healing

"We cannot find Truth by examining error"

Insistence upon good may to human thought seem to be demanding; yet such insistence brings the reward of healing and good into our lives. God, being unchanging good, does not require our human insistence to make His ever-presence more ever-present; neither does the perfect man know less than all good. It is the human consciousness which needs to avail itself of the continuous unfoldment of good, which is of God. To do this it is necessary that each individual know God aright and that he insist upon his own joyous expression of Godlike qualities in his daily life.

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