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Man the expression of God's being!

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Announcements Forums Adam and Fallen Man – November 10th, 2019 Man the expression of God's being!

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    SH 470 : 21-31 God is the creator of man, and, the divine Principle of man remaining perfect, the divine idea or reflection, man, remains perfect. Man is the expression of God’s being..(Emphasis added)

    This spiritual fact is helpful to ponder and remember. Webster’s 1828 4th def of expression: In painting, a natural and lively representation of the subject; (Emphasis added). I love the use of “lively representation”. When the suggestions of fatigue, dragging,sullenness come do I recognize the lie and resist that unreality with the opposite truth, that my true nature is the lively representation of God?


    I love this expression… it really helped me after coming to Plainfield realize there is no separation from God. Now I will add “lively representation” to my understanding of our one-ness with God. Thank you!

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