but that neither diminishes nor arrests the infinite life flow.
Begging God to make us know Him will not furnish the insight we desire; we ourselves must make the effort to know and understand. Each effort carries one a little farther on the path of enlightenment. Nothing worth while is obtained without labor.
Prayer, in the right meaning, is a most essential part of the worth-while life. The simple repetition of formula is for from that. If words help concentration, let on use them and for that purpose only. Jesus referred to vain repetitions as of no value.
A mere supplication to God to forgive our sins will not help. We must first give up sin. Sin is forgiven when it is destroyed. God is too pure to behold iniquity.
No general definition of sin may be