True Sustenance

To many of those who are engaged upon war work of one kind or another, whether they be sailors, soldiers, airmen, or civilians. may come the suggestion of weariness, boredom, and fatigue. It would appear to them that they are denied in some measure the conditions required to maintain health, strength, and rest; so they feel that they must look elsewhere for help.

The answer to that cry for help and for some power outside themselves to sustain them is found in Christ Jesus' words, "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." In our realization and appropriation of the fact that the true or immortal selfhood of each one is to be found here and now in the Christ, the true idea of God, inseparable from God, all of us can find refreshment and rest.

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