The Eye Opener
Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015
The average person has so much trouble in finding a satisfactory faith simply because the mind has difficulty visualizing a force so powerful as anything but a very complex thing. He thinks he must understand it in order to acquire it and use it.
When we eat a meal, we believe that we shall digest it and that we will be strengthened and sustained by it. Yet few of us know the mysteries of the digestive functions, but we get just as much sustenance from our meals as those who do.
We, therefore, eat our meals on faith, and we would probably ruin our digestion if we tried to figure it out.