On Learning to Trust God

The belief in the reality of evil which one entertains in his thought, whether it be of sickness or of sin, continually robs him; for it prevents his comprehending the allness of God and learning to place his trust in good. The one who is honestly endeavoring to understand more of God daily, and who is humbly striving to subordinate the so-called human will to the divine will, is indeed learning to trust his activities to God's keeping. He can then press forward, taking up each new duty with the confidence and assurance that, because he is endeavoring to acknowledge God in all his ways, each detail of his daily activity will proportionately be worked out correctly.

What peace and joy follow the constant endeavor to begin and continue throughout each day with the realization that God, Spirit, is the only creator, and that therefore the universe, including man, is, like Him, spiritual and perfect; that in reality no evil can be thought or expressed, since divine Mind is the only source of thought and governs all real activity!

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