THE allness and oneness of God predicate His omnipotence, for since He is All-in-all, there is nothing to dispute His authority. Yet this all-power is manifested only in unfolding good, for God's omnipresence implies the existence only of good —God and His infinite ideas—and His power is solely for the control and development of His ideas.
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