Infinite Individuality, Form and Comeliness


“The one Ego, the one Mind or Spirit called God, is infinite individuality, which supplies all form and comeliness and which reflects reality and divinity in individual spiritual man and things.” (S&H) This citation is especially meaningful, as the explanation was once given, “I am not God, but God is expressing Himself through me” — quite an awesome thought!

God is expressing Himself through you as joy, health, beauty, intelligence. All that God is, you are as His expression. God is expressing Himself in you as infinite individuality. You are a totally unique production. Take joy in being exactly who you are as God made you. Your individuality is not subject to depression, quirks, moodiness etc., but is radiant, joyful and free! Understanding that your individuality has its source in God is your pathway to finding your true destiny, to finding right and satisfying employment, to finding real worth and a sense of well-being.

God is supplying you with form — and what is form? The 1828 Webster Dictionary gives the definition of “form” as “the shape or external appearance of a body; the figure as defined by lines and angles; manner of arranging particulars; beauty; elegance; splendor; dignity.” Pretty wonderful definition, isn’t it? God will supply you with a spectacular form — if you let Him! Your body is the temple of the living God; and its being is, therefore, found only in Spirit — not in the false belief of matter.

And what of comeliness? Comeliness is defined as “becoming; fit; suitable; graceful; and symmetric.” God supplies you with this comeliness! Remember how beautifully and naturally the flowers blossom. Jesus instructed us during his sermon on the mount, “Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature? And why take ye thought for raiment? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin; And yet I say unto you, that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. . . . But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”

The world is in desperate pursuit of “all these things.” Magazines abound with articles on how to find happiness or how to lose that belly fat. Take this one sentence and apply it to yourself. Know God is supplying you with infinite individuality, form and comeliness. Making this truth practical will certainly help you and all mankind free itself from the slavery of shrinks, endless diets, and plastic surgery!

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