Overcoming Lack

"A superabundance of good is the reward of thereceptive and enlightened thought"

One of the insidious suggestions of the carnal mind is that of lack. The belief of lack assumes many forms, among which are lack of supply, lack of companionship, lack of opportunity, lack of health, and even lack of life itself. One must be continually alert in denouncing every lie of lack, for that which is called lack is an attempted infringement upon man's invariable completeness as the image of God.

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