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The moon is whole
He looked up and saw what is called a new moon; a few nights later, a quarter moon; still later, a half-moon. Then he began thinking: Is there any such thing as a new, quarter, or half-moon? The moon is a full sphere and always has been. Our personal view of it is what's limited. But whether or not the material senses perceive a part moon, the moon is whole.
He thought: God is whole. God being whole, man expresses wholeness, for man reflects God. We read in Genesis, "God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness." Gen. 1:26; If the material senses testify to man lacking health, wholeness, or purity, that picture is not true. There is no discord in perfection, and God is perfect. His likeness, man, is therefore perfect. This law, or truth, always has been, is now, and always will be, because God is never less than all-powerful, all-present good.
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