Magnify the Lord

In the thirty–fourth Psalm the writer extols the Lord. He pleads for the unification of humanity's worship of the Almighty God. He urges (verse 3): "O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together."

To acknowledge unreservedly God's supremacy illumines one's consciousness with the fact of God's allness, His almightiness, His entireness and foreverness; it nullifies error, irrespective of its many aliases.

The spiritual understanding of God, good, brings to light the real man, made in the likeness of God, Spirit. The spiritualization of thought elevates consciousness above a mortal sense of self to the spiritual concept of man under divine Love's sovereignty.

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Proving That Beestings Don't Hurt
July 10, 1965

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