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TRUST IN GOD

Trust in God, if considered aright, implies obedience to God. This affirmation sounds so simple and convincing that many a person would like to believe that he or she has understood what this means. Because true knowledge can only come from experience, how can we be really sure that our trust in God and our obedience to Him is genuine, born of experience rather than mere habit brought about by our religious upbringing?

To obey God means to obey His Will. The human spirit can only attain the recognition of God through a recognition of His Will, which is expressed in the Primordial Laws woven into Creation from the very beginning and manifest in the world around us

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