Victory over Fear

Eager for duty and obedient to orders as men and women in the services may be, yet the human belief in danger and loss, as well as a sense of personal responsibility for the successful accomplishment of an important and hazardous assignment, may try to fetter the flight or weigh down the thought by suggestions of failure or accident. Fear is apt to clutch coldly at the brave hearts preparing for a journey by land, sea, or air.

Under such conditions, the inspiration which Christian Science gives through the realization of the eternal presence of Mind brings a sense of continual protection. In her great book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy writes as follows (p. 410): "Christian scientific practice begins with Christ's keynote of harmony, 'Be not afraid!' "

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