Nothing taken, nothing lost, in God's universe

Divine Love meets every need.

Some years ago, while my family and I were traveling to Europe, a flight attendant announced that a young woman had inadvertently left her purse in the restroom. When she returned to retrieve it, her money was gone. The attendant pleaded for the return of the money, promising that no action would be taken. Of course, many of us were concerned, especially when we learned that the young woman was to meet a relative for the first time in an unfamiliar city, had no means to get there, and didn't speak the language.

Time passed with no results. As we neared our destination, it occurred to me that in the universe of God, divine Love, there are no victims, only God's loved and protected creation. An inspired verse from Scripture supports this idea: "I know that, whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever: nothing can be put to it, nor any thing taken from it" (Eccl. 3:14).

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