God is everywhere present; our Universal Father rules the circle of eternity. The ability of our Father to be everywhere present, and at the same time, constitutes His omnipresence. God alone can be in two places, in numberless places, all at the same time. God is simultaneously present “in heaven above and on the earth beneath.” As the Psalmist exclaimed: “Whither shall I go from your spirit? or whither shall I flee from your presence?”
“I AM a God at hand as well as afar off,” says the Lord. “Do not I fill heaven and earth?” Our Universal Father is all the time present in all parts and in all hearts of His far-flung creation. He is “the fullness of Him Who fills all and in all,” and “Who works all in all,” and further, the concept of His personality is such that “the heaven and heaven of heavens cannot contain Him.” It is literally true that God is all and in all. But even that is not all of God. The Infinite can be finally revealed only in infinity; the cause can never be fully comprehended by an analysis of effects; our living God is immeasurably greater than the sum total of creation that has come into being as a result of the creative acts of His unfettered free will. God is revealed throughout the cosmos, but the cosmos can never contain or encompass the entirety of the infinity of God.
Our Father’s presence unceasingly patrols all creation. “His going forth is from the end of the heaven, and His circuit to the ends of it; and there is nothing hidden from the light thereof.” The omnipresence of God is in reality a part of His infinite nature; space constitutes no barrier to Deity.
God is, in perfection and without limitation, only discernibly present on Paradise, and in the eternal central universe-the one and only settled, perfect, and established divine universe-which occupies the center of all creation, and of which Paradise is the gigantic nuclear Isle of absolute stability which rests motionless at the very heart of this magnificent eternal and central universe.
He is not thus observably present in the local creations encircling Paradise and the central universe, but He has instead limited His direct and actual presence in recognition of the sovereignty and the divine prerogatives of the coordinate creators and rulers of the universes of time and space. Hence, must the concept of the divine presence of our Father be allowed a wide range of both mode and channel of manifestation. But, not so with His personality circuit (which encircuits the personality of each and every one of us) and the indwelling Spirit Being (that right now indwells as the very nucleus of your human mind); here God acts uniquely, directly, and exclusively.
As His creature children, we not only exist in God, but God also lives in us. “We know we dwell in Him because He lives in us; He has given us His spirit. This gift from our Paradise Father is your inseparable companion.” “He is the ever-present and all-pervading God.” “The spirit of our Everlasting Father is concealed in the mind of every mortal child.” “We go forth searching for a friend while that very friend we seek is in our own heart.” “Our true God is not afar off; He is a part of you; His spirit speaks (to you) from within you.” Our Father did not create us and then leave us to be alone, without guidance, or without purpose. “Our Father lives in His Child. God is always with you! He is the guiding spirit of (your) eternal destiny.”
Truly, of our human race it has been said, “We are of God” because “those who dwell in love, dwell in God, and God in them.” It is a fact, God is present in each one of us; He is present because our minds are indwelt by His fragmentized spirit — the indwelling Spirit Being — Thought Adjusters. Our Father has freely bestowed Himself upon us without limit and without favor. He is no respecter of persons.
The fluctuations of God’s presence in your life are not due to His changeableness. It is due to yours! Our Father does not retire in seclusion because He has been slighted; His affections are not alienated because of your wrongdoing. The effective presence of God in your life is thus determined by the degree of your cooperation with the spiritual leadings of your indwelling Spirit Being.
The indwelling Spirit Being that presently incarcerates as the very nucleus of your mind must go through the consequences of all your evil thinking, but even in this torment, His affections are not alienated! Rather, having been endowed with the power of choice (concerning your own actions), you, as His child, in the exercise of that choice, directly determine the degree and limitations of our Father’s divine influence in your own heart and in your own soul. The decisions is yours, not His!
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