Supply

IN his great Sermon on the Mount, Jesus revealed the solution of the problem of supply when, after admonishing his listeners to take no thought what they should eat or wherewithal they should be clothed, he said, "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you." Christian Science teaches us how to find the "kingdom of God, and his righteousness." It reveals the fundamental fact that because "God is All-in-all." as Mary Baker Eddy states in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 468), He is the source of all good, of all that really exists.

Many of us have learned, through the teaching of Christian Science, to depend on God alone as the unlimited source of our life, health, strength, and activity. But when it comes to supply, do we not too often confine our thought of it to the income derived from our business, our profession, our employment, or some legacy? No student of Christian Science thinks of depending on his business as the source of his health, strength, and activity, because he realizes that these come from God alone.

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