Two-Faced

Two-Faced

Notes by a Skylark

 

Concerning the Kingdom law of riches, Jesus says in Matthew 6:24, “No man can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.” Mythology tells us of a Roman god called Janus, after which the first month of our year is named. He was two-faced, one on each side of his head. He was the god of gates and doors. Man today has many two-faced gods. As long as man sees good and evil, sickness and health, 0limitation and prosperity, he holds to a two-faced god. The Unity student who worships the One True God is one-visioned, one-faced only. “If thine eye be single…”

Opportunity

It is said that opportunity knocks only once.  If this were true, it is but a concession to the hard of hearing, the spiritually illumined person has the door open before- hand.