Man—forever safe and perfect

We live in Zaire, and my brother had to carry his boss's goods from Bandundu Province to Kinshasa in a lorry at a time when the soldiers had mutinied and pillaging had broken out. The lorry had to go through two military camps where the soldiers used to dispossess people of their belongings, including cars and lorries. These vehicles were either burned or abandoned after their motors and other important parts had been removed. Before departing to Bandundu, my brother asked me to pray for his protection and security.

When I heard our soldiers were sacking everything that came their way, I earnestly turned my thoughts to God, recognizing that my brother and the other passengers were actually spiritual ideas. Therefore, they were entirely safe in divine Mind. Nothing and nobody could endanger them, for nothing and nobody could harm God, their sole source. They all reached Kinshasa safely. My brother reported that they came across only one group of soldiers who attempted to fire on them, but all their bullets passed to the side or over their heads.

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