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Who hath ears

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    bruce
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    When I read “When any one heareth the word of the kingdom, and understandeth it not” I had to stop and ask how any one could hear the word of the kingdom and not understand it. In an earlier verse Jesus said “Who hath ears to hear, let him hear”. It is one thing to read the word, it is yet another thing to think about the thoughts they represent, but to get a feeling of it all is to really grasp it. When this happens, the whole exercise gets out of the head and into the heart, and then one will not be shaken when the trying disturbances come. Mr. G.A. Kratzer wrote in his book “Dominion Within” this statement: “Right activity of the feelings, activity in accord with the nature of God, constitutes, in large measure, the riches of the kingdom of heaven, which are the only true riches.” So, when I study this science, what am I striving for, just to know it or to feel it acting within?

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