In the first verse of the Bible we read that "God created the heaven and the earth.
The Bible contains many passages wherein we are told to rejoice; but often little attention has been given them.
The words, "Be still, and know that I am God," signify that in order to know God, one must "be still," one must attain to the mental attitude that shuts out the clamoring of so-called human will, with its testimony of corporeal sense, and admit only the quiet, steadfast confidence of divine will, of divine intelligence, God.
On a certain memorable occasion when Moses had just started to lead the children of Israel from bondage in Egypt to Canaan and freedom, he appealed to God for guidance; and although the way seemed barred in all directions, the answer came back to him, "Speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward.
One of the reasons why Christian Science is attracting an ever increasing number of thoughtful men and women to its ranks is not merely that it does so much for mankind, but because everything it claims may be put to the test and proved to be true in the experience of every adherent.