"I SHALL NOT WANT"

The well-known twenty-third Psalm begins with the declaration, "The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want." Many readily accede to the comforting assurance set forth in these words, but remembering the practical demands made by human experience, they often wonder how this statement will help them to prove that the infinite Father supplies their present necessities. The fundamental need is to gain a more spiritual understanding of the infinite resources of divine Mind, which are ever present and always available.

The Christian Scientist instinctively reaches out for the ideas of God to supply whatever seems to be his present need. Since God, divine Love, is unchanging good, the Scientist can trust Him, "who only doeth wondrous things" (Ps. 72:18). That which is not good, upright, and perfect is not of God, unerring divine Principle, and is classified by Christian Science as a false human concept.

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SPIRITUAL EVIDENCE
November 16, 1957
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