“Faith without works is dead.” I endeavor to bring out this point.
Jesus Christ showed active faith when “He commanded the multitude to sit down on the ground,” before he gave thanks for the loaves and the fishes.
I will give another example showing how necessary this step is. In fact, active faith is the bridge, over which man passes to his Promised Land.
Through misunderstanding, a woman had been separated from her husband, whom she loved deeply. He refused all offers of reconciliation and would not communicate with her in any way.
Coming into the knowledge of Spiritual law, she denied the appearance of separation. She made this statement: “There is no separation in Divine Mind, therefore, I cannot be separated from the love and companionship which are mine by divine right.”
She showed active faith by arranging a place for him at the table every day; thereby impressing the subconscious with a picture of his return. Over a year passed, but she never wavered, and one day he walked in.