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Among the beautiful stories in the New Testament is one which never fails to bring comfort and inspiration to the writer. We read that when Jesus bade the Galilean fishermen "launch out into the deep" and let down their nets, they said, "We have toiled all the night, and have taken nothing." Then quite suddenly everything changed. When they obediently let down their nets, "they inclosed a great multitude of fishes." Jesus knew that supply is always at hand. He knew that the law of abundance is the law of God. Jesus also knew that obedience is essential; and though these fishermen had toiled all night, instantly they obeyed their beloved Master.
Now, what exactly had taken place to make the change in their experience? The lake, boats, weather, and so forth, were just the same, but suddenly their thinking had undergone a change. They now cast their nets, expecting good, and their needs were met, thus proving the ever-operative law of God, good.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from John Randall Dunn, George Channing, The Christian Science Board of Directors, Roy Garrett Watson, Mary G. Ewing, Amea H. Harris, Arthur W. Eckman, A. Warren Norton, M. Rosamond Wright, Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy
The Allness of Good
W. CYPRIAN BRIDGE
ELLIE E. D. BLACK
On Believing Impossible Things
Peter V. Ross
with contributions from Margaret Crawford, Nora Wynsome Henry, Harold T. Shelton
It would be impossible to express...
Charles H. Crumplin
I desire to express my gratitude...
Thelma Brooks with contributions from Ethel Brooks
Christian Science came into my...
Growth in understanding leads...
Velma Longacre Zarbock
In Science and Health (p. 167)...
Marshall William Scott
I desire to express gratitude for...
Christian Science found me...
Glenna Smith Tinnin
"Blessed are the meek"
MARGARET PLUNKET RAPER
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Stafford Cripps, George C. Monroe, William M. Maltbie, I. V. Macklin, Fred Sparrow, Harold Stassen