Claiming our divine nature and manhood

On a quiet morning in our small tourist town, three men entered my tiny, one-woman shop. The youngest positioned himself before the closed door. The other two confronted me. In threatening language, they demanded a considerable sum of money. At that moment of confrontation, my fear exceeded any human emotion I had ever experienced. It was difficult to breathe and to remain in an upright position. One of the men noticed my terror and said, "Look how scared you are! I hate to talk to a woman like this! I'd rather talk to a man. Where is your husband?"

The last remark was a catalyst. Amid the crushing fear, I heard the quiet voice of Truth. The message of God's perfect idea, man, came to me. I caught a clear glimpse of the ever-presence and power of the Christ, Truth. I saw that I represented the wholeness of God's man, the Christ ideal of Life, Truth, and Love. I expressed the strength and power of the Son of God!

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