"Neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling"

At the present time of widespread fear and anxiety, when uncertainty regarding the future fills the thought of so many persons, how comforting is the sense of security to be found in the words of the ninety-first Psalm, "Because thou hast made the Lord, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; there shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling."

Indeed, this beautiful Psalm is generally recognized as an exposition of spiritual faith, though it is not so widely regarded as setting forth a subline truth which can be demonstrated by everyone who possesses sufficient understanding of God. But, in the light of Christian Science, it is seen as a divine assurance of never-failing protection, an assurance of whose certain fulfillment at all times, in every place and under all circumstances, there can be no doubt when trust in divine protection is firm and unquestioning.

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