In St. Matthew's account of the feeding of the five thousand, we find not only a convincing proof of the omnipresence and ever-availability of infinite good, but also a valuable lesson concerning the alleged ability of the so-called material senses and their spurious evidence to blind us to the allness of God, good.
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