WHAT ARE YOU REALLY LEANING ON?

"To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings." Is your day "big with blessings"? Or is it full of problems and fears? If the latter, ask yourself: What am I really leaning on? On the strong, willing shoulders of a friend? On pride of family, position, education, wealth, reputation, personal appearance, or charm? On a medical diagnosis perhaps? It certainly cannot be upon "the sustaining infinite." Mary Baker Eddy would never have opened the Preface to the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. vii), with those challenging, comforting words, unless they were capable of certain proof.

Now in order to lean on something, we first have to know that it is really there, and then that it can take our full weight. If we are really to lean and rest on God, unchanging divine Love, the sustaining infinite, He must be real to us.

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