"Thy will be done"

The daily application of Christian Science means so much to the student that he keenly desires to communicate his gratitude to receptive ones aspiring to understand the truth which this teaching unfolds. The contributor to the Christian Science periodicals who is led to write an article, even as at a testimony meeting he is led to give his experience of healing, sets forth the proof of Christian Science made manifest in harmonious demonstration. He has lived what he writes when he relates the facts to those ready to hear.

As God is Mind and the only cause, man as His image and likeness is His reflection, being one with Him. Therefore, right solutions to our human problems are demonstrations of the truth about God and man evidenced in right thinking. Mrs. Eddy says of God on pages 3 and 4 of "Unity of Good": "He pities us. He has mercy upon us, and guides every event of our careers." What careers? Is the divine Mind cognizant of the discordant phases of our lives? He is not. God is not cognizant of the material arena of human thinking, planning, and concluding; but as "his mercy endureth for ever," it pierces the darkness and chaos of mortal beliefs and brings harmony into our present experience. God knows our real needs. Why ask for things which it is not good for us to receive? God, the ever-present and all-wise, imparts all good to us in spiritual forms of felicity and permanence.

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