The Divine Remedy for Shortage

Thoughtful people are today expending much time and effort to care for the hungry in war-torn nations and are using every human means and method to alleviate the urgent need. Other shortages so apparent in housing, employment, and material likewise call for solution. Is there a way out?

As a student of Christian Science was pondering the question of widespread shortage and seeking its answer, she opened her Bible to the fourteenth chapter of Matthew. As her eyes fell on the account of Christ Jesus' feeding of the five thousand (verses 15-21), her first impulse was to say aloud, "Oh, I know this passage very well." She was arrested, however, by the knowledge gained from experience that the familiar accounts of the Master gain in meaning and widen in application as they are more spiritually discerned. So, humbly and prayerfully she studied each line.

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Grace Notes
August 31, 1946
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