The Supremacy of Divine Intelligence

[Written Especially for Young People]

A young student of Christian Science went into a midyear examination in advanced mathematics with considerable trepidation. There seemed to be no reason for this condition, except that fear was expressed generally by other students about him. He had studied for the examination to clarify best of his ability, and had endeavored beforehand to clarify his thinking in the way he had been taught in the Christian Science Sunday School, in order that he might realize more fully the omnipresence of divine Mind.

An overwhelming sense of dismay filled his thought when he had finished reading the problems on the examination paper, for it seemed to him that he could solve few, if any, of them. It appeared very doubtful to him, therefore, that he would be able to pass the examination. He remembered, however, that he had felt much the same on previous occasions, and yet had been able to answer the necessary questions successfully.

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