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When a baby is born, his parents don't exclaim in panic, "He doesn't have any teeth!" There's more apt to be patient waiting for that first little white tooth. They know that their baby does have teeth, but they're not visible yet. The parents expect the first tooth will appear shortly and rejoice when it does.
Do we have confidence that whatever is needful can appear in our lives, even when there's no visible sign that it will? In God's kingdom the unfoldment of that which is right and good is not just a fairly certain thing; God's law produces good without exception. We can trust that absolute law of good. Understanding what God's law is and how we can apply it helps us to be certain that the appearing of good is inevitable.
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