MIND’s Inexhaustible Resources Are Ours
Joseph was thirty years old when he began serving the king of Egypt. And he left the king’s court and traveled through all the land of Egypt. During the seven good years, the crops in the land grew well. And Joseph gathered all the food produced in Egypt during those seven years of good crops and stored the food in the cities. In every city he stored grain that had been grown in the fields around that city. (NCV, Gen. 41-46-48)
Eddy: “It is the prerogative of the ever-present, divine Mind, and of thought which is in rapport with this Mind, to know the past, present, and the future.”
MIND is our inexhaustible generator of intelligence, creativity, perceptiveness, foresight, insight, valor and opportunities. Age and circumstances cannot hinder our reflection of MIND’s innumerable assets. Joseph’s communion with MIND propelled his foresight, generosity, integrity and courage. It elevated him to a position of power and opportunity within Egypt. This allowed him to prepare Egypt well for the seven years of drought and save thousands of lives. It also gave him the opportunity to re-unite with his family. Befuddling, obstreperous, and complicated conditions are resolved by the wisdom and resources we obtain from MIND.