Inspiration and Guidance

Mortals frequently lack an adequate sense of direction. They are often conscious of the need for a more assured sense of guidance in their daily lives and affairs. With this lack of a definite sense of direction and guidance there is likely to be confusion, indecision, uncertainty, and doubt.

That which is required to destroy this confused and uncertain sense, so common in human experience, is divine inspiration. "Love," Mrs. Eddy writes on page 454 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," "inspires, illumines, designates, and leads the way." What mortals need, then, to illumine their daily path and to guide them in the right way, is inspiration—that inspiration which emanates from and is an unfailing and infallible quality of divine Love.

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