A home for the homeless

Is God's power to care for His children inferior to social, political, and economic forces? God's power is supreme, omnipotent; and it can be proved effective in bringing about change wherever change is needed. Actually, neither individual circumstances nor world conditions can deny—to those who are relying on divine Mind, God, for understanding and guidance—what God gives to man: a permanent home, a heaven of belonging. Because man is the spiritual idea of God, divine Mind, he is inseparable from Mind's heaven of harmony.

Some may believe that heaven is attainable only after death. But when the Pharisees asked Christ Jesus when God's kingdom would come, he answered, "Behold, the kingdom of God is within you." Luke 17:21.

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