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Whoso Findeth Me Findeth Life

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    Prov 8:35 For whoso findeth me findeth life, and shall obtain favour of the LORD.

    Oh, how true this is! What is life when understood from the human standpoint, as material, with the fearful senses, and the illusions of material happiness? As we strive to gain the understanding of Life in Spirit, we find that it is God who is All and is our life. This changes our understanding of who we truly are, it gives us more confidence in God’s love and care and drives away the fearful senses and increases our ability and desire to bless others. That is Life worth living!
    That is Life worth living!


    Thank you. I am realizing that in finding God there has to be a lot of hearing or listening!
    As is stated also in Proverbs 8:Hear instruction, and be wise, and refuse it not. Blessed is the man that heareth me, watching daily at my gates…..
    I have been checking myself a lot during the day to see what I am listening to…God or human thoughts. This is a new way of living and I am grateful to be learning this lesson.

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