DOUBT DISPELLED

Doubt is a dangerous error to entertain. A faltering trust in good is faithlessness because it does not rest entirely on God. Doubt is that which questions the integrity and dependability of divine Principle and thus denies the certainty of Truth. In Truth there is no doubt. It is well to remember these facts when tempted to entertain doubt or discouragement.

If the science of mathematics had been consistently opposed and neglected and misinterpreted throughout the centuries, few of us would be ready to trust it in working out a problem of computation. But the science of mathematics is in daily use everywhere, and we know that as long as we use its rules intelligently the result will be correct.

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A PRACTICAL RULE OF LIVING
September 3, 1955
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