Knowing

To the sincere student of Christian Science the question frequently arises, either in his own experience, or through that of others: How am I to know which of two or more ways, each perhaps seeming to be good, is the right way, hence God's way, to pursue? One of the first requisites in solving any problem is to realize that omniscient Mind declares itself and affirms, "I know." It would be impossible from its very nature ever to say, "I do not know," nor could it express itself in any sense of doubt or uncertainty whatsoever. Hence to assert "I know" and then to proceed on that basis, meeting every suggestion of doubt and fear with a clear acknowledgment of God's allness, is to prove that there can be but one right activity for every step in human experience, and that just in proportion as we keep before us the spirit of Mrs. Eddy's words (Poems, p. 14):—

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