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    “We should consecrate existence, not ‘to the unknown God’ whom we ‘ignorantly worship’ but to the eternal builder, the everlasting Father, to the Life which mortal sense cannot impair nor mortal belief destroy. We must realize the ability of mental might to offset human misconceptions and to replace them with the life which is spiritual, not material.” S. & H. p. 428

    After reading a citation in last week’s lesson from Deut. “And the LORD commanded us to do all these statutes, for our good always,” it occurred to me that I had many misconceptions about God before coming to Plainfield. This was from messages presented daily from the world that were telling me God is limited or that there is no need for God. While I never gave up my search for the living God I did absorb many of these messages. The watches at this church have been a great help in breaking this spell. Also the clear and practical teachings here have been replacing false teaching which is changing my life for the better.

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