Communing with God

The desire to commune with God persists like a golden thread in the tapestry of history. People have always been impelled by their desire to commune with God in the way of their own choosing. Artists have sought to convey on canvas exalted moments of spiritual communion, and writers to describe and dramatize its effect.

Has this desire to commune with God been made obsolete through today's fierce pressure and frenzied pace? It could not be. For the desire to become obsolete, the source of the desire would have to be extinguished. God Himself is the source, or divine impulsion, of this urge to commune. Can what is derived from God be extinguished? Can it be relegated to oblivion by human events?

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