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How we all long to be complete, to feel the peace and poise that come from knowing we have all that we need. No searching, no craving for something we don't have, but just the consciousness of being harmonious and whole.
Completeness is something that we will never find in a material world, in which everything—including man—is temporal and partial. As Paul stated nearly two thousand years ago: "Now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known" (I Cor. 13:12). This indicates that partial knowledge will be overcome by a full knowledge. Complete knowledge. But what does God know about us? The Bible shows that man is the loved child of God, His perfect image, divine Life's likeness. Man is not outside of his Maker, because his Maker is the one infinite Mind, the one supreme intelligence, the source of everything good and living. Man is an idea within God, the divine Mind.
"The 'male and female' of God's creating"
When you're faced with adultery—how can the Bible help?
Written for the Sentinel
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Russ Gerber with contributions from Ann Stewart
What is right will triumph
Edwin G. Leever
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Carly Petersen, with her mother, Cheryl
Susan Booth Mack
Take your orders from God!
Mary Metzner Trammell
A lifelong search for completeness led me down many paths
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Bonnie Jean Schlaepfer