The word grace runs through the Bible like a golden thread which may be followed in searching the Scriptures to trace the never ending, ever developing longing of the human heart to turn from erroneous conclusions based on the evidence of the material senses, to the eternal verities, which unfold in the ratio that thought relinquishes sense and self and turns to God, divine Mind. Noah, tempted by the mesmerism of wickedness, destruction, violence, and fear which raged about him, threatening to obscure and distort his spiritual view, "found grace in the eyes of the Lord.
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