"GOD SAW EVERY THING"

The driver of an automobile, obviously, must have the capacity to see ahead. The clearer his view of the course before him, the more freely and harmoniously will he pursue his journey. Good vision is also requisite in another sense—the clear view of the pathway of life ahead. Vision in this sense involves foresight, which enables one to take right action and to make wise decisions with regard to problems of the day. National leaders, for example, are better directed in their actions when their view is spiritualized and cleared of the mist of distrust, fear, doubt, confusion, indecision.

Vision based upon the evidence presented by the material senses is fallible. It is more or less marred by temporal beliefs. But spiritual vision, according to the revelation of Christian Science, is infallible, unlimited, perfect. There is no substitute for a spiritual understanding of God, good. One demonstrates true vision to the degree that he understands God and His creation.

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