OF the attributes ascribed to Deity, omnipresence, omnipotence, and omniscience, though all three are infinite to the enlightened thought, omnipresence perhaps seems to be most dear to the human heart. This is easily explained when we see that a realization of the omnipresence of God would bring with it the realization of the omnipotence and omniscience that belong to Deity; also, that the understanding of God's omnipresence includes a very direct denial of reality or presence to matter, so that even a faint recognition of God's omnipresence sets aside material beliefs or laws.
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