Divine Guidance

How certain were the saintly men of the Bible that God was their sure deliverer from all untoward circumstances; that if they but listened for His voice He was their safe guide into the ways of peace and well-being! In the incomparable twenty-third psalm, the sweet singer declared in full faith, "He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake." Surely the same divine guidance is available to-day for all who will look to God with equal assurance and with the same childlike simplicity. Furthermore, divine guidance is available in all the activities in which mortals engage; except from choice they are never without it. From their habit of daily communion with God, Christian Scientists are firmly convinced that the "still small voice" of Truth may be heard directing them into the paths of righteousness and peace.

The familiar declaration which Mrs. Eddy makes on page 454 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" relative to healing the sick, is no less pertinent to every situation where one's first desire is to conform his acts to the divine will. "Love," she declares, "inspires, illumines, designates, and leads the way." Surely, the same guidance of divine Love is available in every situation where there may be doubt as to the right course.

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