"For they shall be filled"

"Is it possible for me to improve substantially on my experience? Is a more serviceable, more secure, and happier way of living available for me? If it is, how can I attain it?"

It is plain in Christian Science that Christ Jesus was, in effect, giving direct answer to such questions as these—questions of manifest importance to everyone—when he said, "Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled." He was indicating that improvement, which is not limited, is possible in the experience of everyone, and he was showing how it is to be achieved. Many thousands of people, through the clearer understanding of the Master's teaching which Christian Science has given them, have been able to prove, in joyful measure, the truth and present practical value of this beatitude.

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