Cast Aside the Beggar's Garment

The sense of lack stems from spiritual impoverishment or a belief in an existence apart from God, infinite good. The basic need, whether the condition to be healed is physical, financial, or social, is to know man's true identity and unity with his divine source. The realization of this truth brings healing and restoration.

Christ Jesus' understanding of man's relationship to God, whom he called Father, enabled him to restore to those with whom he came in contact whatever seemed to be lacking in their human experience. Jesus didn't look upon evil as real or personal. He knew that it was a misconception of man, and so he was able to deal effectively with it by bringing to the individual the correct concept of himself, or his true selfhood, as the spiritual reflection of God.

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