There's a Way Out

Adrift on a life raft. Stranded on a desert. Marooned on a mountain. Surrounded by fire. Before we had the helicopter there was little way out. But helicopters now prove daily that there is.

Just as tangibly, God's ideas are always present, showing us the way out of strife, providing cures for the incurable, hope for the hopeless, help for the helpless. Hope, faith, and trust are the spiritual dynamics that lift human thought to the understanding of God, good, as the only reality. From this higher outlook we know that right alone has the right to be.

Do we seem to be adrift on a sea of events over which it appears we have no control—stranded on a desert of dried-up resources, marooned on a mountain of loneliness, surrounded by threats of famine, pollution, inflation, and violence?

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"He will help, won't He?"
June 14, 1975

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