Walking by Faith

One winter night a young student of Christian Science found it necessary to set out through a dense fog to the railway station, which was more than a mile distant over unmade roads. In clear weather the station lights were visible all the latter part of the journey, but on this occasion nothing, more than a yard ahead, could be seen.

The student knew that she was on the right road, however, and that therefore she would safely reach her destination, which she felt must now be quite close at hand, although there was no evidence of that fact. A few yards farther on, the light suddenly pierced the density; and the student, upon reaching the station, was astonished to find that it was radiantly lighted, and that no trace of fog was visible, although just a few moments before the fog had seemed so dense as to appear impenetrable.

Recreation—True and False
May 28, 1932

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