Sit down in the green grass and prepare to receive.
Understand the omnipotence (infinite power) of good, the science of good, and the divine law of good.
Our definitions of God might not be the same, but the principles of life are universal.
The following article (see excerpt below) by Michelle Nanouche, “The Divine Law of Good,” at the Christian Science Monitor, provides a new perspective on manifesting, having faith, universal laws, and living your life aware of every moment.
It is based on the New Testament story (see links below), where Jesus miraculously fed the multitudes with fish and loaves of bread.
Various Bible commentaries give different interpretations of Christ Jesus’ instruction, but this is my favorite: Perhaps it was to prepare them to be served.
I picture the crowd turning from their fear of being without food, to sitting down and quietly preparing for something remarkable occurring to meet their need.
And something remarkable did occur. Jesus knew there is a divine law of good operating that cannot be blocked or thwarted. He knew that God is all-powerful and only good; a God that eternally cares for all creation, including man.
Jesus’ understanding of this divine law or Science of good allowed him to meet human needs in remarkable ways, and everyone was fed.
Article: The Divine Law of Good
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- The first miracle, “Feeding of the 5,000“, is reported in all four gospels (Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:31-44; Luke 9:12-17; John 6:1-14).
- The second miracle, the “Feeding of the 4,000“, with seven loaves of bread and fish, is reported by Matthew 15:32-39 and Mark 8:1-9, but not by Luke or John.
Let us then, learn to make known our requests with thanksgiving and in acceptance. And having done this, in that silent communion of our soul with its Source, let us believe that the Law of Good will do the rest.Ernest Holmes, How to Use Your Secret Power