Monday, March 6, 2017
When a need arises in our experience — just as a need presented itself to Jesus when there seemed to be a lack of food for the hungry crowd — we must immediately remember: the only thing that ever presents itself to us is God.
The seeming needed form or amount is, despite appearance, God. Therefore there is, literally and tangibly, an infinity of
the very form that seems to be finite and insufficient, and the infinity of
it is omnipresent right at the point of the seeming need.
From Satisfied With God Alone, page 279