God, the Source of All Good

In these days there are many throughout the world who are feeling the pinch of poverty. Hard times have descended upon them. Work has been denied them with subsequent loss of means whereby to support themselves and those dependent upon them, and much mental and physical suffering has resulted. The Christian spirit, however, is alive, and through it a great deal of distress has been alleviated. Without this spirit dire must have been the lot of millions.

Often those who extend a helping hand to their fellow men in trouble do so spontaneously. They see the need and forthwith proceed to meet it so far as they can. They are happy to be able to do so out of the measure of their means; and this is commendable. Sometimes, however, assistance is given grudgingly, as if those who gave believed they were bestowing something which definitely was their own. What, then, actually occurs when people graciously help their fellow men in need? The question is worth considering for the reason that it takes us back to fundamentals; and the answer to it may aid in correcting the distinctly unscientific attitude of those who give reluctantly.

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