OUR SOLE RESPONSIBILITY

In the twentieth chapter of II Chronicles it is related that Jahaziel, in seeking to quiet the fears of the people, who were surrounded by enemies, gave them this divine message: "Be not afraid nor dismayed by reason of this great multitude; for the battle is not your's, but God's."

How often we may apply this everlasting truth to our present-day problems, instead of succumbing all too frequently to the errors of so-called mortal mind and thinking that we of ourselves must accomplish something. The world believes that in time of turmoil and trouble, or even in the simplest everyday situations, it is up to mortals to work out of their difficulties through the application of will power and human knowledge. "I've too much to do;" "I've the cares of the world on my shoulders;" "I'm loaded with responsibilities." 'These oft-heard remarks are but the product of mortal mind, of a belief in a material, limited mind, separate from the one Mind, God.

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