I was taught, or rather, I learned, that God is all-knowing. God was also defined as divine Mind. The all-knowing divine Mind.
This is not the same as those times when I get bossy and think I know everything. No, it’s much more. It’s a Mind that doesn’t get stymied by fact and fiction. In fact, divine Mind goes untouched by, by what?
To answer this question, I needed to come up with an algorithm I could work out.
With my religious background, I pulled in life experiences. I separated the divine Mind from the human mind.
The human mind is made up of human knowledge. Some brilliant facts, some good knowledge, some bad. Facts and fiction, all swirling around in the human mind.
But greater, even greater than all the human minds in the world put together is the all-knowing divine Mind. This Mind is made up of divine knowledge. All good.
Divine knowledge radiates truthfulness. Ideas of the divine Mind are those really good ideas that pop into our heads exactly when we need them, if not before.
From the Bible, in Isaiah, I’ll read, “Behold, the former things have come to pass, and new things I now declare; before they spring forth I tell you of them.”
Tagged: finding answers with God, spiritual learning, what is christian science
Funny that this reflects my thought of this morning. I’ve been learning Psalm 29, with a lot of lines that start “The voice of God.” And it suddenly occurred to me that I need to listen to the voice of God more and the voice of mortal mind less. My task for today– Thanks, Cheryl, for reinforcement!
Your welcome, Violet, I’ll join you in the effort to listen less to the mortal voice. I like your Voice of God comment.