To be happily, usefully, and profitably employed should rightly be accounted one of our greatest blessings.
Every student's progress in the demonstration of Christian Science is marked, in a large measure, by his progressive understanding of God as Love, and of man as the expression of Love which is divine.
How many times has the earnest Christian Scientist longed to share with worried, sick, wearied humanity the scientific truths which, he has learned, comfort and protect in all situations! How often has he desired to reassure a frightened world of the unnecessity of disaster, epidemics, and war! Again, there are times when, having received a particularly clear thought on a problem confronting his branch church, in which he is actively interested, he yearns to share the inspiration with his fellow members.
On his journey to the land of his fathers, undertaken in obedience to divine direction, Jacob became fearful of meeting his brother Esau.
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When our Master, Christ Jesus, gave his great teaching in what is called the Sermon on the Mount, he emphasized God's invariable and unfailing love for His children, and the necessity for the application of this teaching to human needs.