"GOD'S DISPOSAL OF EVENTS"

There is scarcely a moment in our human experience when there is not a great need for more "faith in God's disposal of events." At the time of the war between Russia and Japan in 1905, Mary Baker Eddy, referring to an earlier message to her Church on the subject of praying for peace among the nations, said (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 281), "I cited, as our present need, faith in God's disposal of events."

Devoting thought to realizing the spiritual facts of God's control of man and the universe and the impotence of the human mind's machinations aids in the solution of all discord, personal, national, or international. The knowledge that there is nothing final but good and the inner conviction that only God's law is in operation begin at once to destroy the false evidence of the material senses.

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