Whether it is David or some other inspired writer to whom we are indebted for the wonderful illustration of God's abiding protection portrayed in the ninety-first psalm, certainly no declaration in the Bible more clearly sets forth the loving care of "the Almighty" for His own.
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
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What a joyous vision the word "vacation" may conjure up to those toiling in the heated cities of the world, in crowded stores, in noisy workshops, in musty offices! What plans are made for long walks and lazy mornings, spent in listening to the cool lapping of the waves on the seashore; what eager discussions as to the best place in which to spend the precious leisure! Then, how often, disappointment seems to come instead of joy! So many things arise to interfere with the peaceful time that we intended to spend, and we return home with a sense of failure, a sense of having missed something; and we attribute this to the weather, to people with whom we came in contact, or, perhaps, to having made an unwise choice as to location.
One of the seemingly hard things for the beginner in the study of Christian Science is to see that God's laws apply to his particular case or problem.