God's Day

"This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it." This beautiful sentiment should gladden our hearts each day; and when we awake in the morning we should fill our consciousness with the thought that this is God's day, and should rejoice and express gratitude for the good that is unfolding to us. The unfoldment of good is God's day. God's spiritual ideas are unfolding to us through spiritual thinking. Therefore, this is a good day; it is our day; and there is "no night there."

"Night" has been defined by Mrs. Eddy (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 592) as "darkness; doubt; fear." Night follows evening, and "evening" is described in part as "mistiness of mortal thought; weariness of mortal mind; obscured views" (ibid., p. 586). Thus, if we allow a mist to darken our thought and permit weariness to confound it, the results are the "obscured views" which ultimate in darkness, doubt, and fear.

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