Absolute Trust in God

[Original article in German]

ON page 167 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" Mrs. Eddy says, "Only through radical reliance on Truth can scientific healing power be realized." The words are clear and definite, but usually we learn their significance only in a so-called crisis, when the need is greatest. At such a time all material remedies have usually been exhausted, and then the heart is ready to rely absolutely on God, who in its need is its last resort.

The needs humanity is acquainted with are various, and the way leading to absolute trust in God seems to false material sense to be a toilsome and thorny one, involving the relinquishing of one's own "I" with its assumed wisdom and its desires. It may seem more difficult to reach this point of relinquishment in one case than in another.

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