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Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name

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Announcements Forums Soul – August 14th, 2016 Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name

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    bruce
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    We all have good things and good experiences, it happens every day. But most of this goes unnoticed and taken for granted, or at best with a passive thanks. Yet, were it not for the fact that God was and is good first, that God is the source of all good, none of these things could be. Science and Health says “Soul has infinite resources with which to bless mankind, and happiness would be more readily attained and be more secure in our keeping, if sought in Soul.” It is a basic moral precept to give credit to where credit is due. What a healthy thing it is to be more mindful of the presence of good, be more thankful to God for it, hence the instruction from Psalm 29: 2 “Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name;”.

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