Expectancy in Demonstration

Once when Christ Jesus was admonishing his disciples to have faith in God, the faith that could remove mountains, he cautioned them against doubt. He said, "What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them." Mark 11:24;

The Master himself never doubted the law of God. He went about his work of healing and teaching with absolute confidence and dominion. His trust in God's love, his understanding of man's relationship to God, his firm conviction of the impotency of evil or of any supposed power or presence other than divine Love, was apparent at all times.

When we are endeavoring to apply the truth to a problem, do we have the confident expectancy of a favorable result? Are we recognizing and claiming our dominion over evil because we thoroughly believe and know that evil is unreal?

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Preparing the Way
August 22, 1970

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