A government of God

With such a diverse population sharing the earth’s surface, the emotional climate at election time can run high. As issues are articulated, positions taken, and lines of opinion are drawn, citizens can feel caught in the crossfire of a mental battlefield—feeling alienated, outnumbered, angry, depressed, vilified, or misunderstood. One’s hope for harmony in the world, progress for humanity, and an enlightened way of life may appear to be in peril—dependent on those we believe have the power to make or break lives, if elected. 

Yet, right when confused or fearful thoughts threaten to tyrannize our hope and goodwill, we have the God-given ability to disconnect from such fears and gain the peace that an understanding of God’s harmonious government and our place in it can provide.

The art of spiritual sculpture
October 10, 2016

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