Spiritually measured supply

What measure would you use to calculate abundance? Consider, for example, the supply of fresh water. Is your concept of abundance a lake stretching for miles? a mountain stream? an overflowing river? Or is it confined to the faucet in your kitchen; or to an isolated well if you live in a desert?

If our concept of supply is small, we end up with limited resources. We need to change a narrow concept from mortal limitation to spiritual abundance through the clear, intelligent understanding of what substance really is and where it comes from.

If substance were measured by material possessions or income, it would be limited, finite—it would have no sure foundation. Obviously we need to look far deeper than this: we need to look to God, the source of all good; and God's supply is permanent.

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The mist myth
July 18, 1983

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