"Open thou mine eyes"

The unselfed desire to discern and understand God's law of good is the remedy for physical, moral, and spiritual blindness. "Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law" Ps. 119:18; was the Psalmist's prayer. This desire lifts thought to a higher understanding of God and of man's present perfection in His image. It ultimates in one's ability to demonstrate clear vision and freedom from limitation.

To understand God's law necessitates an understanding of the Lawgiver. God's nature is wholly good. He is infinite Spirit, Soul, and this infinity necessarily precludes the existence of matter, which is the opposite of Spirit. The corporeal senses deny this; but they are unreal, for they do not originate in Spirit. To discern the allness of God and the absolute nothingness of anything unlike Him is to exercise one's spiritual sense. Spiritual sense enables one to understand and see things that before seemed obscure and hidden.

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