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No child of God is homeless
Man's Eternal Habitat
Where do you live? In a house in London, Paris, Boston, or New York? Or on a houseboat in Kashmir, or on a prairie farm in the Midwest? Of far greater import is the question, Do we live in Spirit or in matter, in Soul or in body?
The Psalmist sang, "Lord, thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations. Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God." Ps. 90:1,2; This declaration of man's coexistence with the Principle of his being, God, forever precludes any possibility of separation or displacement. Man is never a displaced or disadvantaged mortal. He is a safe and steadfast spiritual idea, dwelling in the Mind that conceives him.
Christ Jesus knew man's real habitat or dwelling place to be in the Father, whose tender, unfailing care constantly enfolds His spiritual offspring. So fully conscious was he of his divine origin and destiny in Spirit that he was able to say to his disciples, "In my Father's house are many mansions." And he added this assurance, "I go to prepare a place for you." John 14:2;
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Divine Energy-Inexhaustible Resource
JACK EDWARD FOSS
Man's Eternal Habitat
CHARLES HOLLIS GREEN
Zera Holland Blumenstein
In the Classroom: Who Needs Discipline?
BARBARA SMITH BERNHEIMER
Through the Valley
IDA K. SHAKESPEARE
Reaching the Community
Changing Neighborhood Affecting Your Church?
Willard Thomas Reese
A Big Challenge When We're "In"
EDWIN G. LEEVER
A Lesson from Flying
J. Thomas Black
Prayer in Church Heals the World
The Glory of Man's Form
Nathan A. Talbot
Physical maladies claim so much power because we can see them
Scott Darwin Gregory
Almost as long as I can remember, Paul's words to the Christians...
Berenice Stewart Hudler
"Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human...
Francisco Indaco with contributions from David Robin Rissler, Michael D. Rissler
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