If we persist in bringing to life's difficulties a correct understanding of God as perfect and of man as created in His likeness, we will see increasing evidence that our true identity is spiritual and perfect. Such persistence toward realizing the genuine harmony inherent in our true nature might be compared in some ways with the biblical occupation of the Promised Land by the children of Israel.
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