ZAREPHATH

THE day-by-day experiences of each one of us seem to demand that many decisions be made. Some are relatively unimportant; others are of more moment, requiring some thought and perhaps counsel with others. The student of Christian Science learns to regard the making of decisions in the light of right mental activity, which eliminates anxiety and confusion.

In God's realm, Mind knows all and therefore can never be undecided. To Mind there are never two or more things to decide between, for Mind's divine activity is changeless, undeviating, and sure. Must not the divine Principle of the universe be simple and sure in its directing?

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