"CONSIDER THE LILIES ... HOW THEY GROW"

Of all the problems facing the world today, that of lack seems to be one of the most urgent. Individuals in all countries, faced with problems of supply in varying degree, may be tempted to feel that they are pitted against forces over which they have no control and which they are powerless either to avoid or to overcome.

The student of Christian Science, however, knows that to accept the discouraging evidence of the material senses as real would be to break the First Commandment (Ex. 20:3), "Thou shalt have no other gods before me." Recognizing God as infinite Spirit, All, he understands that there can be no limitation or vacuum in His allness. Mary Baker Eddy points out in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 367), "Because Truth is infinite, error should be known as nothing." She also says (p.368), "The greatest wrong is but a supposititious opposite of the highest right." It is apparent then that the seeming lack of good, God, is no part of God's creation but is merely "a supposititious opposite of the highest right."

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